MSRcast 242: 1995 Rewind

Join us for a specialty episode as we jump in the wayback machine and visit the year 1995! Joining Cary the Metal Geek and Sean the Metal Pigeon for our journey is former Mainstream Resistance editor, and musician, Mark Clausen. Listen in as we discuss the year that was 1995 in metal, and play some of our favorite releases. 


Paradise lost – The Last Time – Draconian Times 

At The Gates – Blinded By Fear – Slaughter of the Soul

Nevermore – The Sanity Assassin – Nevermore

Dissection – Night’s Blood – Storm Of The Light’s Bane

The Gathering – Eleanor – Mandylion

Death – 1,000 Eyes – Symbolic

Fear Factory –  Dog Day Sunrise – Demanufacture 

Blind Guardian – Bright Eyes – Imaginations From The Other Side

Cathedral – Hopkins Witchfinder General – The Carnival Bizarre

Savatage – Doesn’t Matter Anyway –  Dead Winter Dead

Trouble – Porpoise Song –  Plastic Green Head

Down – Lifer – Nola

Faith No More  – The Gentle Art of Making Enemies – King For a Day, Fool For a Lifetime

Gwar – Meat Sandwich – Ragnarok

Strapping Young Lad – In The Rainy Season – Heavy As a Really Heavy Thing

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