Metallica (Black Album)

Favorite Solo?
In an exclusive interview with Kirk Hammett, the shredder discussed everything from horror movies to Metallica's next studio album to Orion Music + More 2013. At the end of the chat, we knew we couldn't leave without asking him about something near and dear to his heart: guitar solos...
Law Me Down To Sleep
As the opening track on 1991's self-titled album, Metallica's 'Enter Sandman' is one of the most well-known songs from the band's last three decades. With a memorable opening guitar riff, the song lays the foundation for what fans affectionately call 'The Black Album...
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 a portion of their fan base with every new release, but garner legions of new fans in the process.
Metallica, ‘Sad But True’ – Official Music Video
On the heels of directing 'Enter Sandman' and 'Wherever I May Roam,' Wayne Isham stuck around to film Metallica's final music video from their 1991 self-titled album. The video for 'Sad But True,' which debuted Oct. 5, 1992, is the band's fifth clip from their eponymous album.
Metallica, ‘The Unforgiven’ – Official Music Video
Making its worldwide debut on Nov. 19, 1991, 'The Unforgiven' is the third music video released by Metallica. Like 'One,' there are multiple versions of this music video: the standard video that clocks in at six minutes and 24 seconds, and the "theatrical" version that runs more than 11 and a half minutes long.