"Trial by Fire" is the tenth studio album by American rock band Journey. Released on October 22, 1996, the album marked the reunion of the classic 1980s lineup, which had not recorded together since 1983's Frontiers. Trial by Fire was produced by Kevin Shirley, who continues to produce the band's albums until now. The first album to feature bassist Ross Valory since Frontiers and the last to feature vocalist Steve Perry and drummer Steve Smith until he rejoined Journey in 2015.
The volcano rumbles and erupts with deafening thunder into sky-high fountains of fire: With their debut album Salvation By Fire the Finnish metal band Burning Point set free a measure of energy that is usually found in the most spectacular of Mother Nature's free shows. The four musicians cleverly combine kick-down guitar riffs with memorable vocals, culminating in exciting choruses which grab the listener from the first note onwards. Warning: Heavy metal is being forged using the highest of volcanic heat.
Did Texas execute an innocent man? Several controversial death penalty cases are currently under examination in Texas and in other states, but it's the 2004 execution of Cameron Todd Willingham–convicted for the arson deaths of his three young children–that's now at the center of the national debate. With unique access to those closest to the case, FRONTLINE examines the Willingham conviction in light of new science that raises doubts about whether the fire at the center of the case was really arson at all. The film meticulously examines the evidence used to convict Willingham, provides an in-depth portrait of those most impacted by the case, and explores the explosive implications of the execution of a possibly innocent man.