#93 March 1994

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By Dustin Koetsch and Heavy Metal History. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Welcome to this weeks episode of Heavy Metal History. I take you through March of 1994, which is as eclectic as it is justifying groundbreaking. Pantera releases their highest selling album in their discography while GWAR fianlly makes their mark on the scene releasing a now legendary album in their discography. Meanwhile, the once glamorous kings of the L.A. hair metal scene, Motley Crue have been dethroned and left behind after Vince Neal leaves the band, showing that the metal scene and music has no place for their out dated style of music. New Death metal bands push the boundaries of the genre by incorporating various elements of symphonic and orchestral elements into the music and the band that birthed Pirate Metal puts out a valiant yet ultimately failed record here in 1994.

Records I discussed:

  • Obsessed - “The Church Within”

  • Pungent Stench - Club Mondo Bizarre For Members Only

  • Nailbomb - Point Blank

  • Motley Crue - Self Titled

  • Pantera - Far Beyond Driven

  • Running Wild - Black Hand Inn

  • Gutted - Bleed for us to Live

  • GWAR - This Toilet Earth

  • Bestial Warlust - Vengeance War till Death

  • Tankard - Two Faced

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