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Metallica's The Black Album

 
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MessagePosté le: Lun 16 Oct - 07:44 (2017)    Sujet du message: Metallica's The Black Album Répondre en citant

Metallica are one of the biggest metal bands of all time – arguably the biggest ever. They’ve sold millions of records, they have fans all over the globe, they’ve played on every inhabited continent and also Antarctica, they’ve sold out massive world tours, they’ve amassed huge fortunes and they’ve been together for more than 30 years. They are living the dream that many a metal-head (and others besides) have dreamed for years.


The album made inroads into the public psyche and allowed metal and hard rock a momentary glimpse at the big time. Granted, there have never been many metal and hard rock bands who can do extensive world tours of arenas, but it allowed Metallica to move from small, sweaty clubs and venues and move into these arenas and stadia that very few bands of their type have ever been able to fill on a consistent basis.


Forming in 1981, the band solidified themselves as one of the ‘Big Four’ of thrash metal (alongside Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax) in San Francisco, California and released Kill ‘Em All, Ride the Lightning and Master of Puppets in 1983, ’84 and ’86 respectively before losing original bassist, Cliff Burton in a coach crash on a Scandinavian tour. In 1988, they carried on without him and released …And Justice For All with new bassist, Jason Newsted. Having found their feet again, James Hetfield (vocals and guitars) and Lars Ulrich (drums and all-round bell-end) set about writing the follow-up. It turned out to be Metallica and boy, what an impact it had on the world.


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