Today in Rock History
Today in 1980 AC/DC released their "comeback" album, after the death of Bon Scott. "Back in Black" featured new singer Brian Johnson, and to date is their biggest selling album.
Also on this day in 1980, drummer Eric Carr made his first concert appearance with KISS at NYC's Palladium, following the departure of Peter Criss two months earlier.
And in 1983, Metallica made some noise in the music industry with the release of their debut studio album, "Kill 'Em All". It went on to sell 3 million copies.