The fifth single from Metallica's ninth studio album, 'All Nightmare Long' might be one of the heaviest tunes churned out by the band in recent memory. As the epitome of what 'Death Magnetic' stands for as an album,' 'All Nightmare Long' features killer guitar riffs, speedy rhythms and face-melting solos...
On Sept. 12, 2008, Metallica released their ninth studio album, 'Death Magnetic.' Produced by Rick Rubin, the band returned to their thrash roots with this album after releasing the highly controversial 'St. Anger' five years earlier. Regardless of your opinion on that album, one thing was for certain on that fateful Friday in '08: Metallica wrote and recorded a record that would be very well-rece
Teaming up with Wayne Isham yet again, the music video for Metallica's 'Broken, Beat and Scarred' debuted on March 26, 2009. The video was filmed over the course of two live shows that took place in California in December 2008.
Perhaps one of the strangest music videos to come out of Metallica's camp is the video for 'All Nightmare Long,' the fifth single from 'Death Magnetic.' Directed by Roboshobo, also known as Robert Schober, the video made its worldwide premiere on Dec. 7, 2008.
'The Day That Never Comes,' the first single from Metallica's 'Death Magnetic,' made its music video debut on Sept. 1, 2008. Directed by Thomas Vinterberg, the video was filmed outside of Los Angeles in the desert and follows the story of a Marine who has a near-death experience that affects his decisions made in a future event.