Metallica Discography

Metallica, ‘Beyond Magnetic’ – Album Overview
Three years after Metallica released their ninth studio album, 'Death Magnetic,' the band decided to venture down a new and very controversial road by unleashing 'Lulu,' their collaboration with Lou Reed. Released to very mixed reviews, Metallica's fan base was ready to get back to music they recogn…
Metallica, ‘Death Magnetic’ – Album Overview
After working with producer Bob Rock for four straight albums over the course of more than a decade, Metallica decided to switch gears with 'Death Magnetic,' their ninth studio album. Rick Rubin was tapped to produce the record and was a crucial in creating a new environment for Metallica to write a…
Metallica, ‘St. Anger’ – Album Overview
By the new millennium, Metallica had released seven studio albums, two official live albums and one album chock full of covers and b-sides. Each of these releases reached multiplatinum selling status, further cementing Metallica in the history books of rock and roll. As the 2000s began to take shape…
Metallica, ‘S&M’ – Album Overview
By 1999, Metallica were the biggest metal band in the world, but continued to push musical and artistic boundaries. ‘S&M’ (Symphony & Metallica) would be their most ambitious project to-date.
Metallica, ‘Garage Inc.’ – Album Overview
Metallica released the five song covers album ‘The $5.98 E.P.: Garage Days Re-Revisited’ in 1987. Almost a decade later, the band had added several more cover songs to their repertoire, and the original E.P. was long out of print. They decided to put together a double album of …
Metallica, ‘ReLoad’ – Album Overview
After waiting more than five years between ‘Metallica’ and ‘Load,’ fans of Metallica only had to wait 18 months for ‘ReLoad.’ The reason is because the band wrote more than two dozen songs for ‘Load’ and thought …
Metallica, ‘Load’ – Album Overview
When a band has a successful album, the usual plan is to release another one with a reasonably similar sound a couple years later to capitalize on the previous record’s success and keep the momentum going. Metallica has never done it that way. They work on their own timetable, and generally piss off…
Metallica, ‘Live Sh*t: Binge & Purge’ – Album Overview
In 1993, Metallica released the box set ‘Live Sh*t: Binge & Purge,’ which consisted of three CDs and three VHS tapes (kids, ask your parents what those are). Later editions would include two DVDs instead of the VHS tapes. The collection included over nine hours of mater…

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