Vulgar Display Of Power was definitely the album that catapulted Pantera into the role of quintessential American Metal band of 90's.
By the time Dominican Republic‘s melodic death metal quintet Archaios got signed by Tampa Bay's Dark Canvas Records, they had already been fighting for more than 15 years to survive as a band without the support of labels, proper management or a worldwide fan base.
What else could be said that hasn't been said before about Anthrax's seminal 1987 masterpiece Among the Living?
This Californian quartet knows better than most about the payoffs of adopting the independent artist model. While they have enormously contributed to American Black Metal's true identity, Cormorant has also set many landmarks within the do-it-yourself territories.
Avant-garde Metallers SIGH are certainly a one-of-a-kind band. Theirs is an unprecedented concoction of styles that goes from Black/Death Metal, Retro Rock and Middle Eastern music to the works of classical composers like Bach, Chopin, Stockhausen and Xenakis.
Despite the commercial and gigantic critical success of the highly influential albums Human (1991) and Individual Thought Patterns (1993), many consider DEATH's sixth recording, Symbolic (1995), to be one of the band's greatest achievements.
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