On This Day In METAL History – May 7th… From BON JOVI To POLAR
On May 7th, 1989 – BON JOVI‘s smash power ballad, I’ll Be There For You, was making its case for eventually becoming the #1 single on Billboard’s Hot 100 Singles Chart.
On May 7th, 1994 – The unbelievable RUSH set a record for most performances at Toronto, Canada’s Maple Leaf Gardens, with their 22nd concert at this historic arena. RUSH were on tour supporting their 15th studio album: Counterparts.
On May 7th, 2010 – The mighty EXODUS released their ninth studio album in Europe: Exhibit B: The Human Condition. Gary Holt is a Metal Warrior, by the way.
On May 7th, 2016 – Guildford, Surrey’s POLAR have their newly released studio album,
No Cure No Saviour, ranked at #53, on the iTunes Top 100 Heavy Metal Albums Chart. Who, yeah!!
PHIL CAMPBELL OF MOTÖRHEAD
LONG LIVE THE ROOTS & FAMILY TREE OF METAL.
REST IN PEACE, LEMMY.
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