Category: Alternative


    1. Zolomi

      Various Artists - Metal Massacre Cassette. Early 80s version of this legendary compilation album that was first released in This version has Ratt, but not Steeler. This is the 2nd pressing with Metalworks involvement. The great thing is that this is still sealed, a bit dusty, but new. (sealed) Side One: Black and Blue - Chains around heaven.
    2. Malasida

      Find album release information for Metal Massacre, Vol. 11 - Various Artists on AllMusic.
    3. Faeshakar

      Various Artists - Metal Massacre II Cassette. Classic heavy metal compilation record from on the Metal Blade label, with bands like Armored Saint, Overkill, .
    4. Goltimuro

      Metal Massacre is a series of compilation albums released through Metal Blade guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.xyzinfo is famous for "shedding light" on bands such as the Obsessed, Trouble, Overkill, Metal Church, Metallica, Slayer, Virgin Steele, Hellhammer, Voivod, Armored Saint, Lizzy Borden, Possessed and more.
    5. Kehn

      Various Artists - Metal Massacre Cassette. The legendary heavy metal compilation album from Metal Blade. This is the 3rd pressing cassette version. There is also the metalworks 2nd pressing cassette version, which I have listed as well. Anyway, on this version you get Black N Blue, Bitch, Malice, Avatar, Cirith Ungol, Demon Flight.
    6. Zolomuro

      Estimated delivery in weeks. Label Massacre Records Release year /
    7. Vudosho

      MASSACRE RECORDS • the home of metal and more. Record label from Germany and home of bands like Atrocity, Crystal Ball, Eisregen, Nitrogods, Psychopunch, Sin.
    8. Kagashicage

      As nouns the difference between massacre and genocide is that massacre is the intentional killing of a considerable number of human beings, under circumstances of atrocity or cruelty, or contrary to the norms of civilized people while genocide is the systematic killing of substantial numbers of people on the basis of their ethnicity, religion, political beliefs, social status, or other.
    9. JoJomi

      A massacre is a killing, typically of multiple victims, considered morally unacceptable, especially when perpetrated by a group of political actors against defenseless victims. The word is a loan of a French term for "butchery" or "carnage". There is no objective definition of what constitutes a "massacre". Various international organisations have proposed a formal definition of the term.

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