Ipecac Recordings Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Fantômas Vinyl Re-issues

San Francisco born, independent record label, Ipecac Recordings, is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Founded by Greg Werckman and Mike Patton in 1999, the iconic label is commemorating the milestone by re-issuing vinyl albums from Fantômas and Dälek. Find out more in the article below.
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Sabaton Shares a New Video Message, Celebrating 25 Years as a Band in 2024

Sabaton has shared a new message to fans, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the band in 2024. The band is promising special events and plans to mark the occasion, including online listening parties of their entire discography, once per month. The band will tour extensively this year, including a coveted opening slot for Judas Priest’s upcoming headline tour! Watch the video now.Continue reading

STREAMING CONCERT REVIEW: Down’s Quarter Century Throwdown

To celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of their now-iconic debut album NOLA (Elektra Records), the band Down originally planned a tour at select venues worldwide before a global pandemic shut down the normal cadence of life as any of us ever knew it for the foreseeable future. Not to be silenced on such a momentous occasion, the guys took to the stage at a private location instead to stream The Quarter Century Throwdown as a global virtual concert. Featuring vocalist Phil Anselmo, guitarists Pepper Keenan and Kirk Windstein, drummer Jimmy Bower and Pat Bruders on bass, the event aired live with two encore performances in the days following the livestream for ticket holders.

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Megadeth To Perform Entire “Youthanasia” Album Next Halloween

Megadeth will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their Youthansia album on Halloween, October 31st by playing the record in its entirety on October 31 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, Colorado. The album, released on November 1st 1994 via Capitol Records, was certified platinum in an age when physical albums, specifically CD’s drove sales. Continue reading

Happy 25th Anniversary To Megadeth’s ‘Countdown To Extinction’

On this day in 1992, Megadeth released Countdown to Extinction to the masses via Capitol Records. This was the second release to feature the “classic” lineup of Dave Mustaine, Marty Friedman, David Ellefson and Nick Menza, and one that changed the band forever. As Dave has previously stated, “Countdown was a turning point for us. We saw the writing on the wall that an era was ending. We knew we couldn’t make Rust In Peace again, but I believe we kept a lot of our credibility with these songs because some were still really heavy, while others were just as evil, but slower.

The end result was a record that featured instant classics like ‘Skin O’ My Teeth’, ‘Symphony Of Destruction’, and ‘Sweating Bullets’, and their fans responded in a huge way. Countdown to Extinction entered the Billboard 200 chart at number two, which is the band’s highest debut ever, and it’s still widely considered a must-have for anyone who calls themselves a fan of heavy metal.Continue reading

Boris Release Absolutego Video And Dear Details

Boris is celebrating their 25th anniversary as a band with a brand new album this year. Continue reading

Pantera Released Vulgar Display of Power 25 Years Ago

As 1992 began, the name Pantera was still growing steadily after the release of Cowboys From Hell two years prior, but that would all change with the release of Vulgar Display of Power on February 25th. Continue reading