It appears that Protest the Hero have got some thoughts on today’s, let us say shit, political climate. When your opening track is called ‘The Migrant Mother’ it’s a bit of a tell that Palimpsest (Spinefarm Records) has some issues it wants to address. I mean, regardless of subject matter I’d still be all for Palimpsest. Come on, it’s Protest the Hero, I could listen to songs about cooking bacon as long as it’s a new album.
Metallica and Billabong LAB has announced the fifth and final product delivery in the Billabong x Metallica 2019-2020 Collection of menswear in their collaboration. Titled “…And Justice For All”, this latest selection of apparel is inspired by Metallica’s classic fourth album and features previously unreleased concept art by boardsports-affiliated artist Pushead in a limited release of cross-branded surf trunks, T-shirts, and corduroy jackets. Continue reading
Metallica has shared another pro-shot video from their Worldwired tour. Watch the band perform the deep cut ‘Harvester of Sorrow’ live in Moscow! Continue reading
Blackened Hardcore is beginning to have its day in the sun. This is, relatively speaking, of course, as the amalgamative subgenre still firmly lives and breathes in the underground, but the likes of Svalbard and KEN Mode have been making serious waves with their critically acclaimed latest releases.
Exhaling from the ashes of acrimony, Totaled formed in 2017 and bring us their debut album, Lament (Profound Lore) and their take on Blackened Hardcore. Continue reading
When Metallica retooled their website last summer in time for the new US leg of their Worldwired Tour, they promised they were going to be rolling out new perks for fans. They long have blessed fans and fan club members with exclusive holiday merch and music. Yesterday for Christmas, Metallica offered a free download dubbed And Christmas For All. They have been celebrating the release of their deluxe edition of And Justice For All, which turned 30 years old this year. The album released yesterday contains pro-soundboard recording performances over the years on tour from that album. The fan club is free to sign up for as a new member. Continue reading
Metallica has released their enormous remastered version of …And Justice For All today via Blackened Recordings, culminating in months of exclusive track streams and video premieres from the last thirty years. To celebrate the release, the band got together with celebrated music journalist and legends David Fricke for a wide-ranging interview for his radio show. Fricke wrote the first ever major feature on the band in Rolling Stone in 1988. There was even a surprise appearance by ‘One’ music video director Michael Salomon. You can watch the full clip below, or tune into your local rock station. Continue reading
As Metallica closes in on next week’s release of their deluxe remastered and expanded edition of …And Justice For All (Blackened Recordings), the band continues to share new videos and audio clips from deep in their vaults. Watch this sick live clip of the band playing ‘One’ from thirty years ago, recorded live on December 7th, 1988, at Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, CA. Continue reading
As Metallica approaches the November release of the remastered deluxe edition of …And Justice For All (Blackened Recordings), the band continues to share audio and video rarities from their vault. Watch fan-filmed footage of the band playing ‘Harvester of Sorrow’ in a college bar in Delaware, on the Damaged Justice Tour in 1989. Continue reading
Metallica continues to share unreleased video and audio versions from the upcoming remaster of …And Justice For All, to celebrate thirty years since that albums’ release. Watch a video from a live performance from 2004 of ‘Dyers Eve’. Metallica resumes their second leg of their US World Wired Tour this week. Continue reading
Metallica continues the celebration of 30 years of their classic album …And Justice For All (Elektra). Watch them play this great version of the band playing ‘Blackened’ live in Detroit, Michigan on New Years’ Eve in 1999. Continue reading