Metallica (commonly known as The Black Album) is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica. Released on August 12, 1991 by Elektra Records, it received widespread critical acclaim and became the band's best-selling album. Metallica produced five singles that are considered to be among the band's best-known songs, which include "Enter Sandman", "The Unforgiven", "Nothing Else Matters", "Wherever I May Roam", and "Sad but True"
1991 - Metallica (Black Album). 1993 - Live Shit - Binge & Purge CD 1. 1993 - Live Shit - Binge & Purge CD 2.
Blackened Whiskey Merch. Metallica Through the Never.
Reload is the seventh studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on November 18, 1997 by Elektra Records. The album is a follow-up to Load, released the previous year, and Metallica's last studio album to feature bassist Jason Newsted. Reload debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, selling 436,000 copies in its first week. It was certified 3 platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipping three million copies in the United States.
My favourite Metallica album, because it features Metallica in a time of despair; Cliff has died, their brutality and anger in the form of music presented as this album. James' riffage and songwriting is absolutely brutal and the complexity of their songs is unlike never before. The last of the classic trilogy and the end of an era for Metallica.
Every Metallica album ranked from worst to best. By Metal Hammer (Metal Hammer) 2018-10-31T12:22:00Z Metal Hammer. Metallica albums run the gamut from the album that redefined thrash metal to that ill-advised collaboration – here we look back on their back catalogue from worst to best. It's fair to say Metallica albums have been more scrutinised more intensely than pretty much any other metal back catalogue on the planet – but then no other metal band in history has achieved so much.
The album deals with many dark themes, including corruption, death, murder, blacklisting, and censorship. And Justice for All can be considered Metallica's most political album, although the band has refrained from taking much of a political stance throughout their history.
|2||For Whom The Bell Tolls|
|3||Welcome Home (Sanitarium)|
|4||Harvester Of Sorrow|
|5||The Four Horsemen|
|6||The Thing That Should Not Be|
|7||Jason Newsted Bass Solo|
|8||Master Of Puppets|
|9||Fade To Black|
|10||Seek And Destroy|
|11||And Justice For All|
|14||Kirk Hammett Guitar Solo|
|17||Am I Evil|
NotesRecorded Live At Seattle Coliseum Seattle WA 29/30-08-1989
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