If you are a die-hard heavy metal fan, then you are surely in for a huge treat. Metallica, undoubtedly one of the biggest names in the heavy metal music scene, is set to release a new album later this year. This marks the first album of the highly regarded band in eight years.
The band, which is composed of vocalist James Hetfield, drummer Lars Ulrich, bassist Robert Trujillo and lead guitarist Kirk Hammett, have not released a studio album in the past eight years but they have not been idle. They have been on tour and making special appearances during events. Still, avid fans of the band are constantly craving for new material from them.
It appears all of the prayers of metalheads everywhere have been answered as FoxNews reports that Metallica announced on Thursday that they will finally be releasing a new album which is entitled ?Hardwired?To Self-Destruct?. This is certainly music to their fans? ears as countless metal lovers have been looking forward to new songs from the band who brought them classics such as ?Nothing Else Matters?, ?Unforgiven?, ?The Memory Remains? and ?Unforgiven II?.
According to the report, the new album of the metal band is going to be released on November 18, 2016. It is expected to feature 80 minutes of new songs from Metallica. Those who are excited about the upcoming album could get a taste of what?s to come as the band debuted the first track off of the album which is ?Hardwired? on 93X (KXXR-FM) in Minneapolis. If you are not from Minneapolis, you can check out the music video for ?Hardwired? on YouTube. You can also check the video embedded below.?
The band commented that their upcoming album, which is their eleventh, represents ?the next phase of our journey?. Other than ?Hardwired?, the band has not revealed the other tracks which will be included in ?Hardwired?To Self-Destruct?. Fans though can expect more details to be revealed as the November 18 release date draws closer.
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