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A Brief History of Metal for Old Man Music Friday

SwayeSwaye Posts: 25,354
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edited September 2016 in Tug Tavern
I doubt many people will like or care about this because you're all fags and this site is shit, but whatever. I am bored. Sitting in a parking lot in the Orkin van eating some Chik-fil-a and wasting time until I can start the weekend. @dnc and his Old Man music offering for the day got me to thinking about all the concerts I went to as a young pup, and how fucking crazy I was for all things metal. So anyway, this is it fags. And if you disagree, you are wrong. I have been to more metal shows than anyone on this board and it isn't close. Songs starting in the early 70's, and going to mid 90's. Fuck off after that. But I do love me some Soil.

I present, the evolution of metal in sound.

Sabbath - The Wizard (1970)

Budgie - Breadfan (1973)

Rainbow - A Light in the Black (1976)

Motorhead - Overkill (1979)

Diamond Head - Am I Evil (1980)

Iron Maiden - The Trooper (1983)

Warlord - Child of The Damned (1984)

Metallica - Battery (1985)

Slayer - Mandatory Suicide (1988)

Megadeth - Hanger 18 (1990)

Pantera - Walk (1992)

Meshuggah - Future Breed Machine (1995)

Tool - Stinkfist (1996)



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