METALLICA have have revealed the title of their new album – Death Magnetic.
Set for a September release on Warner Bros., Metallica’s still-untitled new album is their first since 2003’s St. Anger and their first with bassist Robert Trujillo, who joined in February of that year.
Death Magnetic is “a stunning, overdue return to the shock and rush of the band’s speed-metal monuments, 1984’s Ride The Lightning and 1986’s Master of Puppets,” according to Rolling Stone.
According to BW&BK sources, the album will be preceded by an eight-minute single which is being described as “a tour de force that features some of their fastest playing ever.” The record is being produced by Rick Rubin (SLAYER, RED HOT CHILI PEPERS) and mixed by Greg Fidelman.
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Louisville, Kentucky’s Dead Child, have released a new video, Sweet Chariot, in support of their album Attack.
Happy Father’s Day to all of hard rocking dads out there!
While searching through some early videos by Heavy Metal’s fathers Tony Iommi and Richie Blackmore, I found some really classic stuff from the sixties and early seventies.
Check it out below!