On This Day In METAL History, September 21st… From IRON MAIDEN To BORN OF OSIRIS

Iron Maiden - No Prayer On The Road - 1990 - 91 - Tour Program Promo Pic - #3039MMSNS6336

On September 21st, 1990 – The super incredible IRON MAIDEN performed at The Apollo in Oxford, England. This was IRON MAIDEN’s No Prayer On The Road Tour, promoting their eighth studio album: No Prayer For The Dying. Shown above is the 1990/91 UK tour program.

Rush - Roll The Bones - promo album cover pic - 1991GLNP

On September 21st, 1991 – RUSH had their 14th studio album, Roll The Bones, ranked at #3 on the U.S. Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart. Whiz-bang!

Resident Evil - Extinction - promo movie poster - 2007 - #3303393MMNSS6

On September 21st, 2007 – The motion picture Resident Evil: Extinction was released to wide-screen theaters, via Sony Pictures. In my Metal opinion, the Resident Evil movie franchise is… Metal. This third chapter of Resident Evil was directed by Russell Mulcahy, with the lead star (heroine) being the super talented: Milla Jovovich. Resident Evil had the zombies way before the zombie craze. Metal Be Thy Name.

Bless The Fall - To Those Left Behind - promo album flyer - 2015 - #33033MNSS606

On September 21st, 2015 – The newly released studio album, To Those Left Behind, from Arizona’s BLESS THE FALL is ranked #1, on the iTunes Top 100 Heavy Metal Albums Chart.

Born Of Osiris - Soul Sphere - promo album banner pic - 2015 - #NMSSOT999

On September 21st, 2015 – Chicago’s BORN OF OSIRIS have their forthcoming studio album, Soul Sphere, ranked at #22 on the iTunes Top 100 Heavy Metal Albums Chart. Whoa!


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