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YEAR IN MUSIC 2011: New photo book Murder in the Front Row looks back at the infancy of Bay Area thrash. Plus: top 10 metal albums of the year

Metallica, The Stone, Nov. 26, 1983

Last week, the multi-platinum metal band played four sold-out shows at the Fillmore. Somewhere else in the world, an unknown photographer shot an unknown band, toiling in obscurity, but destined for greatness. Lew's advice to that anonymous shutterbug? "Don't throw anything away."




1. Mastodon, The Hunter (Reprise)

2. The Gates of Slumber, The Wretch (I Hate Records)

3. High Spirits, Another Night (Self-released)

4. Maligno, The Funeral Domine (Self-released)

5. Yob, Atma (Profound Lore)

6. Trap Them, Darker Handcraft (Prosthetic Records)

7. Graveyard, Hisingen Blues (Nuclear Blast)

8. Red Fang, Murder the Mountains (Relapse)

9. Orchid, Capricorn (The Church Within)

10. Midnight, Satanic Royalty (Hell's Headbangers)


Who created this map? you fk'd up. The Old Waldorf is in Maritime Plaza, where you show The Stone. The Stone was on Broadway, across the street from Mabuhay Gardens, downstairs from punk central, the On Broadway. I see the Metallica mansion is on board (El Cerrito) with Ruthie's Inn, in Berkeley, but nowhere do we see The Stone's cousins, the Keystone Berkeley and Palo Alto. That's just blasphemous. What about Wolfgang's, however brief it was? Or the Farm, at the 280/Army St/Portrero interchange? Piss poor research, if you ask me...there are others, you know..How could you leave out The Omni in Oakland?

Posted by Guest on Dec. 15, 2011 @ 7:21 pm

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