Perhaps the thrashiest tune from Metallica's 2008 'Death Magnetic,' 'My Apocalypse' is a powerful, non-stop rocker that perfectly displays the band's roots from the '80s. Fast guitars, pummeling drums and in-your-face lyrics, 'My Apocalypse' is the epitome of everything Metallica stand for.
With the impending release of Metallica's 'Quebec Magnetic,' a DVD/Blu-Ray release that captures two concerts filmed in 2009 in Quebec City, the band has been getting fans excited by dropping sneak peeks of what to expect. We've seen the performances of 'Master of Puppets' and 'The Day That Never Comes,' but perhaps the coolest performance is the latest sneak peek, 'The Four Horsemen.'
Last week, we told you all about 'Quebec Magnetic,' the latest release from Metallica that will no doubt find its way in rock fans' stockings this Christmas. As if the teaser trailer for the DVD/Blu-Ray release wasn't enough, mighty 'Tallica have now given fans another video to get excited about: a performance straight from 'Quebec Magnetic!'
Five songs make up Metallica's 1987's 'The $5.98 E.P.: Garage Days Re-Revisited.' These five songs are not 'Tallica originals, but instead they are cover tunes from some of the band's favorite musical groups. Ranging from Diamond Head and Holocaust to Killing Joke and Budgie, not to mention the one
We've covered James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo by giving you our favorite live shots of those three members of Metallica. You've seen some of the funniest faces that drummer Lars Ulrich makes, but we would be remiss if we didn't wrap things up and give you some of the best live pictures of the founder of Metallica as well.
1997's 'ReLoad' marked the seventh studio album released by Metallica. Written and recorded during the same sessions as their previous album, 'Load,' 'ReLoad' is chock full of ripping rock tunes, from 'Fuel' to 'Bad Seed,' with a few more sprinkled in between. One track on 'ReLoad' stands out more than any other, though, mainly due to