"Midlife Crisis" is a song by the American alternative metal band Faith No More. It was released on May 26, 1992 as the first single from their fourth album, Angel Dust. It became their sole #1 hit on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.
With the United States in the midst of a heroin and opiate epidemic, India Rakusen travels to the state of Ohio, where addiction has become part of everyday life.
Governor George Wallace will not let two black students into an Alabama school, against the wishes of President Kennedy. Loud shouts come from both sides of the issue as JFK stands by his decisions.
'Personal Crisis' is the new solo album from Steve Grimmett, the former lead vocalist from the underated 80's metal act Grim Reaper. Steve also was active later on with Onslaught, Lionsheart… All that needs to be said about this album is that it is outstanding from beginning to end. Blending all the best elements of traditional metal with a more dialled in modern edge, this album surpasses all expectations and brings back the good feel to metal that was last seen in the eighties. 80's metal fans looking for a disc with ultra sharp guitar playing, and killer vocals, need not look any further.