In the wake of the L.A. riots, a battle over freedom of speech was waged over "Cop Killer," a song from Ice-T's metal band Body Count.
Kyuss took the underground metal world by surprise with their second effort, 1992's 'Blues for the Red Sun.'
Jerry Cantrell looked to step out of the large, looming shadow of Alice in Chains with his second solo album, 'Degradation Trip,' which came out in 2002.
To push the record to platinum status, Soundgarden’s label re-released Badmotorfinger with Satanoscillatemymetallicsonatas – or SOMMS – on June 23, 1992.
Much like the career of multi-talented singer/songwriter Joseph Arthur, his album 'Redemption's Son,' went down several roads before people caught on to it.
Marilyn Manson was slated to join Ozzfest '97 at Giants Stadium, but the reps for the venue canceled the date, leading the shock rocker to go to court to play.
Suicidal Tendencies were accused of abandoning hardcore punk on their second album.
After the success of 'The Real Thing,' anticipation was understandably great for Faith No More's 'Angel Dust,' which came out June 8, 1992.
The prog-metal act owned the night as this three-day event concluded.
The Afghan Whigs kicked off their tour for 'In Spades' with a warmup show Tuesday night at the legendary Apollo Theater in New York City, a natural setting.