June 20th In Rock
Black Sabbath's eighteenth studio album and Tony Martin's final record with the band. "Forbidden" was met with a negative response from both fans and critics, which forced Black Sabbath to reevaluate. There was an 18 year gap in between the release of this album and their final full-length LP, "13". Following the poor feedback from "Forbidden", the band was eventually put on hiatus, only playing the sporadic reunion live show. The album peaked at 71 in the UK and has since release sold over 191,000 copies in the US.
"DEFINE THE GREAT LINE"
The fifth studio album released by Underoath. In interviews, Christopher Dudley spoke about the record's title, saying: "defining that line for yourself between becoming the man or the woman that you want to be and the man or the woman other people want you to be.". To this day, "Define the Great Line" is still the highest charting Christian album in the US ever. It reached 2 on the Billboard 200 and has sold over 500,000 copies, attaining gold status. The album was very well received critically.