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Metal - Verschenen op 1 augustus 1991 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

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Na het album After ...And Justice for All (1988) besluit metal-band Metallica dat het tijd is om de sound te vereenvoudigen. Het daarop volgende album Metallica (1991) staat derhalve in het teken van melodieuze en compact gestructureerde songs. Daarmee valt het album te kenmerken als een van de meer toegankelijke platen van de Amerikanen, hoewel er ook mensen zijn die menen dat met het album de artistieke neergang van de band is ingezet. © TiVo
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Metal - Verschenen op 28 augustus 2020 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

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Who can forget the first S&M (Symphony and Metallica) released in 1999, where the Four Horsemen performed their greatest hits with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. That first performance was conducted by Michael Kamen and was praised by critics and fans alike. There was huge demand for a second performance and it finally became a reality in 2019. Led this time by Michael Tilson Thomas, the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and Metallica offer a purer vision than the one Kamen chose twenty years earlier. Rather than adding on layers of brass and strings like Kamen did, Tilson Thomas truly uses the orchestra to support the Californians’ music rather than enveloping it, retaining the essence of the original pieces, which become even more intense. This is a union between two worlds and the superimposed feeling of the first S&M disappears.The grandiloquent overture The Ecstacy of Gold (Ennio Morricone) introduces the instrumental The Call of Ktulu with an almost jubilant brilliance. Metallica also ventures into more acoustic lands (the band becoming more and more inclined to revisit their pieces in different tonalities) letting James Hetfield and the orchestra transport us into almost aerial atmospheres, like on All Within My Hands. Not just in a supporting role, the San Francisco Orchestra uses Metallica for relevant and enjoyable performances of Sergei Prokofiev’s Scythian Suite (Chuzhbog and The Dance of the Dark Spirits) and The Iron Foundry Opus 19 (Alexander Mosolov). Excellent choices that manage to grab you by the throat and convey an astonishing atmosphere. (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth, an instrumental originally composed and played by the late bassist Cliff Burton, is covered by double bassist Scott Pingel, making for a real highlight of the concert.It’s a shame that Metallica chose to include some of their classics, which are less suited to this orchestral setting, as it would have perhaps provided a more logical and cohesive setlist. S&M 2 is surprising and moving but also a bit frustrating at times. The Four Horsemen seem determined to take their catalogue in unexpected directions and to please themselves and their audience at the same time. Who knows where the limit will be… © Maxime Archambaud/Qobuz

Metal - Verschenen op 15 mei 2020 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

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Metal - Verschenen op 5 augustus 2020 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

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