Dokken's second album, Tooth and Nail,' was released on Sept. 13, 1984.
'Pump,' one of the most popular and certainly most triumphant albums of Aerosmith’s historic career, consolidated the band’s comeback from the brink of late-‘70s destruction, beating a younger generation of hard rock bands at their own game.
With 'The Warning,' Queensryche aimed to consolidate the gains made overseas by way of an initial EP.
Judas Priest released their debut on Sept. 6, 1974.
On Sept. 5, 1989, a little-known band named Soundgarden -- hailing from the cold, cloudy and rainy metropolis of Seattle -- helped set the wheels of an alternative music revolution in motion with an album that dared to claim it was ‘Louder Than Love.’
Judas Priest's live album, 'Unleashed in the East,' was released in Sept. 1979.
Over the past three or so decades, British heavy metal icons Iron Maiden have given their fans more incredible albums than they could have ever hoped for.
Looking back with 30 years hindsight, there’s little doubt that British legends Iron Maiden delivered a heavy metal landmark with their fifth album, ‘Powerslave.’
The Aug. 1969 release of Ten Years After's breakthrough album coincided with their standout performance at Woodstock.
With the benefit of hindsight, it's clear that W.A.S.P. were a fish out of water among L.A. bands of their generation.