These Are Ten Of The Best 90s Metal Albums According To Noted Metal/Rock Journalist Malcolm Dome


Noted English music journalist Malcolm Dome has a long career in the field of metal and classic rock, including having been credited as the first to coin the term ‘thrash metal’. In addition to his work in various magazines and radio over the years, he’s also authored numerous metal/rock related books.

In a new feature for Louder, he shares his choices for what he feels are ‘The Best Albums’ to come out of the 90s metal scene. He explains each choice in the feature located at Louder, while you can read a flat list of his picks below:

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  • Sepultura – “Roots
  • Pantera – “Vulgar Display Of Power
  • Machine Head – “Burn My Eyes
  • Anthrax – “The Sound Of White Noise
  • Voivod – “The Outer Limits
  • Paradise Lost – “Draconian Times
  • At The Gates – “Slaughter Of The Soul
  • Cradle Of Filth – “The Principles Of Evil Made Flesh
  • Slayer – “Divine Intervention
  • Metallica – “Load