Metallica had truly pushed the thrash metal template to it’s boundaries on their fourth album, 1988’s …And Justice For All. Lengthy songs filled with complex guitar riffs, drum parts and time signatures made for some Metallica’s most impressive material, but it quickly became taxing and unsatisfying for the band in the live environment. It’s not […]
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Earlier this month, thrash metal game-changers Metallica announced their super-deluxe 30th-anniversary reissue of their 1991 self-titled album, AKA the Black Album, including a massive tribute record featuring over 50 artists. Shortly thereafter, the band released a basement […]
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While producer Bob Rock has a massive resume including credits with bands ranging from Mötley Crüe to Simple Plan, he will probably always be best known for producing Metallica‘s 1991 self-titled album, best known as […]
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