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Carcass helped define the sound and styles of melodic death metal for decades to come with their 1993 album Heartwork
The Art of Rebellion from 1992 by Suicidal Tendencies is a rare occasion where creative ambitions and commercial success properly align
By their debut 1991 studio album Frizzle Fry, Primus had already mastered their strange distillation of funk, metal, and progressive rock
We revisit and discuss the overlooked, under-appreciated, forgotten, and not so forgotten albums of 1991
For our 500th episode of the podcast, we've convened our biggest roundtable ever to discuss Nirvana's legendary 1991 album Nevermind
They Might Be Giants followed their mainstream breakthrough album Flood with mixed results on 1992's Apollo 18
On 1993's Sunrise On The Sufferbus, Masters Of Reality gave us desert rock riffage while exploring quieter moments, for better or worse
In 1993 Living Colour released an album filled songs of alienation, social commentary and heavy themes that still resonate today.
Though she scored a minor hit with "Better Than Nothing" and was part of the Boston music scene, Jen Trynin is an anomaly worth revisiting.
With Mr. Bungle, Mike Patton takes the eclectic hard rock/metal of Faith No More and complete explodes the sound into uncharted territory.
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