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The New Wave of British Heavy Metal

The New Wave of British Heavy MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 37:

After Early and Traditional Metal a new generation of bands in the United Kingdom were brewing a cultural shift for metal at large. With bands like Diamond Head, Iron Maiden, Def Leppard, Raven, Venom, and more, came a new energy that strengthened the style. We look into the history of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal.

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Metal News Links

33 hurt in Rock Am Ring lightning strikes

HEAVEN Singer ALLAN FRYER Dies After Battle With Cancer

LED ZEPPELIN: Previously Unreleased Song ‘Sugar Mama’ Available For Streaming

MOTORHEAD Announce New Album ‘Bad Magic’

New LYNCH MOB album coming in August: “Rebels”

New SLIPKNOT Video: “Killpop”

OF MICE & MEN Singer AUSTIN CARLILE Hospitalized; San Diego, Mexico City Shows Canceled

ROCK GODDESS Scraps ‘Unfinished Business’ Album Title

Two 20-Year-Old Men Missing Since ROCKLAHOMA Found Dead

Watch Old People React to Slipknot

 


 

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Metal Evolution – New Wave of British Heavy Metal

 


 

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Into Crossover Thrash

Into Crossover ThrashHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 23:

Finally, we reach our destination after looking at Thrash Metal, Punk, and Hardcore, and inspect the first prosperous fusion of Metal with Punk: Where Thrash was blended with Hardcore. We look into the key bands that shaped the genre, and where it is headed now. From Uncle Slam to Suicidal Tendencies, we take a stagedive INTO CROSSOVER THRASH!

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Metal News Links

12-Minute Unreleased KURT COBAIN Song To See Light Of Day

BLACK SABBATH guitarist TONY IOMMI asks Indonesia to stop executions

Former HANOI ROCKS Singer MICHAEL MONROE Recording New Solo Album

GIRLSCHOOL Putting Finishing Touches On ‘Guilty As Sin’ Album, Preparing For U.S. Tour

HELLYEAH Says ‘No More’

Metalized Version Of ‘Grease’ Classic ‘You’re The One That I Want’ Surpasses 200K Views

METALLICA Has Close To 20 New Songs Written, Says LARS ULRICH

MOTÖRHEAD’s New CAMERON WEBB-Produced Album Due This Fall

SEPULTURA To Celebrate 30th Anniversary With Release Of New Song

SIX FEET UNDER To Release ‘Crypt Of The Devil’ Album In May

 


 

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The Emergence of Hardcore

The Emergence of HardcoreHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 20:

We turn to the second wave of Punk: the emergence of Hardcore. From the Horror Punk of the Misfits, to the influence of Rollins and Black Flag, to the political Dead Kennedys, and the Straight Edge of Minor Threat and Fugazi, we turn to the advancement of a Punk Subgenre that would play a crucial role in the future of Heavy Metal.

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Metal News Links

BLACK SABBATH’s GEEZER BUTLER Thanks Fans For Support

Documentary Filmmaker DREW STONE To Direct ‘The New York Hardcore Chronicles Film’

Ex-WHITESNAKE Guitarist DOUG ALDRICH To DEE SNIDER: ‘You Are A Total Jackass’

Former METAL MANIACS Editor KATHERINE LUDWIG Dies

ICE-T’s BODY COUNT Releases Cover Of SUICIDAL TENDENCIES’ Institutionalized

IMPELLITTERI To Release ‘Venom’ Album In April

KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarist wins car and truck on The Price Is Right

MEGADETH’s DAVID ELLEFSON: ‘We’re Moving Forward With Writing A New Album’

RUSH: North American ‘R40 Live’ Tour Dates Announced

TENACIOUS D win Metal Grammy

 


 

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The Origins and Rise of Punk Rock

The Origins and Rise of Punk RockHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 18:

Streaming from the effects of blues, rock, and heavy metal, a new musical crusade that butted heads with bands from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, but would win over a new cohort of fans – and create an attitude within music that would not only revolutionize the face of Metal, but music overall. We take a look INTO the origins and rise of Punk Rock.

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Arizona Pastor Blasts ‘Satanic’ Metal Band PANTERA

DOWN Bassist PAT BRUDERS Quit CROWBAR After ‘Ultimatum’ From KIRK WINDSTEIN

JOHN CORABI: MÖTLEY CRÜE ’94 CD Sounds As Relevant Now As It Did When It Came Out

NAPALM DEATH vocalist clarifies line-up change

Previously Unheard Song by DIMEBAG DARRELL: ‘Whiskey Road’ Streaming

ROB ZOMBIE To Release ‘Spookshow International Live’ Album

SAY ANYTHING’s MAX BEMIS Pukes on a Security Guard Onstage

SCOTT WEILAND AND THE WILDABOUTS To Release ‘Blaster’ Album In March

THE DARKNESS Recruits Female Drummer EMILY DOLAN DAVIES

TNT May Rise Again Following Latest Split With Singer TONY HARNELL

 


 

Documentary / News / Video Clips

Metal Evolution: NWOBHM

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The Origins of Thrash Metal

The Origins of Thrash MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 9:

If there was a metal subgenre that was one of the most prominent and important, it would be Thrash. The style would be inspirational in the development of crossover genres, the rise of Death Metal and Black Metal; plus much more from around the world. For this episode, we look to where it came from, and it begins earlier than you might think.

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Metal News Links

BATTLE BEAST To Release ‘Unholy Savior’ In January

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DANZIG: New Album Due In Fall 2015, Covers Collection To Arrive In March

EXODUS Guitarist Says Arrest Of Fan Shows ‘We Live In A Very Paranoid Society’

FOO FIGHTERS: New Song ‘The Feast And The Famine’ Available For Streaming

JOURNEY, NIGHT RANGER, WHITESNAKE Members Join Forces In REVOLUTION SAINTS

KISS, BLACK SABBATH, RUSH, MEGADETH Members React To Death Of JACK BRUCE

OZZY OSBOURNE Says BLACK SABBATH Will ‘Disband’ After Next Studio Album, Tour

SISTER SIN: Entire ‘Black Lotus’ Album Available For Streaming

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The Rise and Future of Shock Rock

The Rise and Future of Shock RockHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 6:

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.

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Metal News Links

AC/DC: ‘Rock Or Bust’ Artwork, Track Listing Unveiled

DAVE MUSTAINE On His Mother-In-Law’s Disappearance: ‘My Wife Is Very, Very Upset’

DEVIN TOWNSEND: Lyric Video For ‘Deathray’ Song From ‘Z2’ Double Album

IRON REAGAN’s New Album – The Tyranny Of Will

NAPALM DEATH Looking To ‘Achieve Varying Types Of Sonic Assault’ On Upcoming Album

PAUL BOSTAPH Is Tired Of Hearing LOMBARDO’s Version Of What Happened With SLAYER

STEEL PANTHER: ‘Pussywhipped’ Video Released

Report: Suspected Terrorist Volunteer Was Bangladeshi Death Metal Singer

U.D.O. To Release ‘Decadent’ In January

LEMMY: MOTÖRHEAD Will ‘Probably’ Begin Work On New Album In January

 


 

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