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Metal Albums from 1985

Created by: JCJen7 | 17.09.2012



1. Slayer - Hell Awaits
1985
2. Pentagram - Pentagram
1985
3. Artillery - Fear Of Tomorrow
1985
4. Anthrax - Spreading The Disease
1985
5. Exodus - Bonded By Blood
1985
6. Megadeth - Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good!
1985
7. Saint Vitus - Hallow's Victim
1985
8. Helloween - Walls Of Jericho
1985
9. Stormtroopers Of Death - Speak English Or Die
1985
10. Savatage - Power Of The Night
1985
11. Trouble - The Skull
1985
12. Savage Grace - Master Of Disguise
1985
13. Overkill - Feel The Fire
1985
14. Celtic Frost - To Mega Therion
1985
15. Kreator - Endless Pain
1985
16. Grave Digger - Witch Hunter
1985
17. Warrior - Fighting For The Earth
1985
18. Razor - Evil Invaders
1985
19. Dio - Sacred Heart
1985
20. Watchtower - Energetic Disassembly
1985



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Vasil de Shumen - 14.10.2012 at 09:56  
Energetic Disassembly
but Pentagram, Hallow's Victim and The Skull here !!?

Where are Marching Out, Metal Heart, The Spectre Within, The Last Command ?
Marcel Hubregtse - 14.10.2012 at 11:56  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 14.10.2012 at 09:56


but Pentagram, Hallow's Victim and The Skull here !!?



Those three are great and totally worthy to be on this list.

But let me guess, you don't like doom?
Vasil de Shumen - 14.10.2012 at 13:23  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 14.10.2012 at 11:56

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 14.10.2012 at 09:56


but Pentagram, Hallow's Victim and The Skull here !!?



... let me guess, you don't like doom?


I like early Black Sabbath albums.

I just prefer the originals, not their imitations
Marcel Hubregtse - 14.10.2012 at 13:42  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 14.10.2012 at 13:23

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 14.10.2012 at 11:56

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 14.10.2012 at 09:56


but Pentagram, Hallow's Victim and The Skull here !!?



... let me guess, you don't like doom?


I like early Black Sabbath albums.

I just prefer the originals, not their imitations


then you shouldn't be allowed to like 99% of all metal


even though all three have some sabbath in them all three are originals
Because it's not like they are Sabbath rip-offs they all have a clear distinct own sound, with Saint Vitus having a lot of punk it as well.
Vasil de Shumen - 14.10.2012 at 16:44  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 14.10.2012 at 13:42

Written by Vasil de Shumen on 14.10.2012 at 13:23

I like early Black Sabbath albums.

I just prefer the originals, not their imitations

then you shouldn't be allowed to like 99% of all metal


There is a difference between influence and imitation
Marcel Hubregtse - 14.10.2012 at 16:46  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 14.10.2012 at 16:44

There is a difference between influence and imitation


Like I sdaid those three band did NOT imitate BS, were influenced by them, yes, imitate them NO. They have a clear signature sound of themselves. Orchid imitates them
Ace Frawley - 17.10.2012 at 08:52  
Good list but no room for Tears for Fears in that top twenty? '85 was a big year for them, I recall.
JCJen7 - 15.11.2012 at 07:13  
Written by Vasil de Shumen on 14.10.2012 at 09:56

Energetic Disassembly
but Pentagram, Hallow's Victim and The Skull here !!?

Where are Marching Out, Metal Heart, The Spectre Within, The Last Command ?


I included Yngwie's debut album in my 1984 list, but this one just didn't make the cut. I really like Accept, but that album just seemed lacking for me.

Never been a big Fates Warning fan. Honestly I'm just not a fan of Arch's voice (don't hate on this too much!) And, I don't own a copy of The Last Command. I have heard all the stuff on youtube, so maybe what I heard was kind of bad quality, because the production seemed really bad to me. Again, I don't actually own this album, so I'm not sure.
JCJen7 - 15.11.2012 at 07:14  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 14.10.2012 at 13:42

Saint Vitus having a lot of punk it as well.

Really caught me by surprise when I was first listening to them! The first couple tracks I heard by them were more classic doomy sounding, but then there are a ton of songs that are very punkish. I dig it

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