In 1969, fans were hungry for something different. The cultural movements had become dominated by musical heroes. It was time for a rock villain. Beginning with Alice Cooper, then KISS, & their descendants in the “Motleypocalypse Generation”, the rise of Shock Rock in Metal would have a huge impact, into the future & beyond.
Hosted by Greg Davies from Blendover, the Heavy Metal Historian Podcast delivers to you snippets of tales from years gone by in the world of Metal, one episode at a time.
Metal News Links
- “I Put a Spell on You” by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins from the album I Put a Spell on You
- “Under My Wheels” by Alice Cooper from the album Killer
- “God of Thunder” by KISS from the album Destroyer
- “Deuce” by KISS from the album KISS Alive!
- “Shout at the Devil” by Mötley Crüe from the album Shout at the Devil
- “Animal (Fuck Like A Beast)” by W.A.S.P. from the album W.A.S.P.
- “Year Zero” by Ghost from the album Infestissumam
- “Horror Business” by Misfits from the album Collection
- “Raining Blood” by Slayer from the album Reign in Blood
- “Slaves Shall Serve” by Behemoth from the album Abyssus Abyssum Invocat
- “Kabangin’ All Night” by Genitorturers from the album Blackheart Revolution
- “Outlaw Scumfuc” by GG Allin from the album GG Allin & Antiseen: Murder Junkies
- “Quote / Unquote” by Mr. Bungle from the album Mr. Bungle
- “Welcome to my Nightmare” by Alice Cooper from Welcome to my Nightmare
- “The Ballad of Dwight Fry” by Alice Cooper from the album Love it to Death
- “Blood Bath” by Impaler from the album Rise of the Mutants