Picture a scenario where the iconic ZZ Top decided to put their own unique spin on Metallica’s groundbreaking debut album, “Kill ‘Em All.” Denis Pauna has sparked our collective imagination with his audacious concept.
Joel McIver’s To Live is to Die: The Life & Death of Metallica’s Cliff Burton is once exhumed with new material to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Metallica’s first album.
Picture this: The band and crew are back at HQ to record METALLICA’s next album, but with all the excitement, a key piece of equipment has gone missing. As the hours tick by, the group grows more and more eager to begin. They decide to split up and scour the building for any trace of their missing equipment. Find out what piece has gone missing, where it’s hiding, and who finds it so the recording session can get back on track!
Metallica, the American heavy metal band’s fifth studio album, is commonly referred to as ‘The Black Album’ and was released in 1991. A 30th-anniversary reissue will be put out in September including a mammoth 26-disc super deluxe edition box set.
Long Live Rock…Celebrate The Chaos is a deep dive into the culture of hard rock music. This genre, beloved by its millions of fans, is often misunderstood and maligned by the media and the music industry. In intimate interviews, the leading titans of rock discuss the genre and the special relationship they have with their audience.
Killing Joke – the classic debut album featuring such key tracks as `Requiem’, `Wardance’ & `The Wait’ (covered by Metallica in 1987). The gatefold artwork has been lovingly recreated by original designer Mike Coles, the sole addition being a striking silver Pantone on the sleeve.
One thing about Quebec, they love their beer and Metallica. It was only natural to create a Metallica beer. To celebrate the opening of Centre Vidéotron in Quebec City, the band gave the green light for the latest merchandising gimmick to celebrate the city’s newest concert venue. 91,000 cans were commissioned for a September 28 release.
Metallica recently decided to pay homage to the past by releasing a limited edition cassette version of their iconic album, “No Life ’til Leather,” exclusively for Record Store Day.
Deep Purple’s album Machine Head is 40 years old. What better way to celebrate the event with Re-Machined: A Tribute To Deep Purple’s Machine Head.… Read More »Re-Machined: A Tribute To Deep Purple’s Machine Head