Metallica has shared another pro-shot video from their Worldwired Tour! Watch them perform their classic track ‘One’ filmed at the KFC Yum! Center in Kentucky in Louisville, KY on March 9, 2019. Continue reading
Metallica has shared another pro-shot video from their “Worldwired Tour’. Watch them jam ‘One’ right now!Continue reading
Marvel’s The Punisher Season 2 drops next week from Netflix, on January 18th, 2019 and promised to be a further step up from the already impressive debut in 2018. Starring Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead) The new trailer, the second so far, is a revealing look at the character arcs for the new season and the challenges Frank Castle faces. It also features Alice In Chains all-time classic song “Would?”, which turned twenty-five years old last year, along with the album Dirt. Famously the original Season 1 trailer for the show featured Metallica’s ‘One’. The Netflix Marvel shows, which are winding down their run with Punisher and Jessica Jones Season 3 have frequently used rock and metal classics in the trailers and the occasionally the shows. Watch the trailer below right now and get pumped!
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
Metallica celebrating 30 years of their classic album …And Justice For All (Elektra). Watch them play this sick version of ‘One’ live in 1996 right now! Continue reading
Today marks the thirtieth anniversary of Metallica’s And Justice For All (August 25th for some lucky folks in Europe). It was technically amazing, featured great songwriting, and immediately divided the fans. Sure every Metallica album has been an intentional departure from the last (see also David Bowie, Madonna, Deftones), but this album definitely jarred the fanbase when it first dropped. Sure we’ve heard over and over about the lack of bass or the inaudible bass, the “let’s see you play this!” long songs of over the top technicality, and the rushed solos Kirk Hammett recorded. Still, it’s an incredible, mostly heavy document of the band in one sense at a peak they have yet to return to creatively. Let’s take a quick look back at And Justice For All…Continue reading
Metallica continues to share amazing videos over on their YouTube channel. You could literally fall down the rabbit-hole of cool stuff every time you go there. Watch this pro-shot video of them performing their classic “One” live in Detroit on the “Worldwired To Self Destruct Tour” in 2017. Continue reading
This is the part of the review where I’m supposed to dazzle you with my knowledge of a band’s history, to both set the scene and establish my credibility – the equivalent of the bit at work conferences that always go on way too long, where the speaker thinks it’s necessary to go through their CV, telling you all about why they get to speak to you, rather than telling you stuff you might actually need to know, or find interesting. Continue reading