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Metal - Verschenen op 10 september 2021 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

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It would have been too easy to celebrate a Metallica birthday with a simple reissue. The band has really decided to make things special by inviting other artists to come in and have fun with their most famous album. This idea has really fired the passions of artists whose own musical upbringings were strongly influenced by this record. Rockers, DJs, folk, country, hip hop and other artists have all at one time or another gloried in some riff or chorus from this legendary beast of an album. They answered the call en masse. The result is an impressive compilation of 53 tracks. The 12 songs from the original album are each revisited several times by an amazingly diverse cast, all for a good cause (the proceeds from sales are donated to the charities supported by the artists involved in this project).From Corey Taylor to Royal Blood, via Miley Cyrus, My Morning Jacket and the Frenchmen Sebastian and Izia, everyone has their own slant, taking liberties to a greater or lesser degree, some trying to respect the original songs while others have taken a fresh approach to the 12 tracks that built a rock legend. For sure, this compilation will take a while to digest fully. But its incredible diversity makes it an album to come back to again and again, enjoying a taste of a few different morsels each time. In the end, one is almost more thrilled by the “freer” versions, like the excellent Sad But True by Jason Isbell, Holier Than Thou by Biffy Clyro, Of Wolf And Man by Goodbye, Texas or The God That Failed by Idles, which offer a new point of view. Meanwhile interpretations by the likes of Volbeat or Weezer turn out to be closer to the original versions, and therefore  less surprising. And then there are those, like Dave Gahan, whose voices will leave listeners spellbound, no matter how they decide to reinterpret these classics. We might be tempted to speak of Blacklist as a mish-mash: but really, it is a mine, because it is full of gems. This is a very fine way to celebrate a birthday. © Chief Brody/Qobuz
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Metal - Verschenen op 18 november 2016 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

…And Metallica ended eight years of silence! The first studio recording by the Californian gang since Death Magnetic released in 2008, Hardwired...To Self-Destruct was even a double album! The twelve tracks were essentially signed by James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich (for the first time, Kirk Hammett didn't help with the writing), summarizing the multiple artistic sides of these masters of thrash metal. Indeed, this tenth album showcased everything James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo were capable of. With catchy tunes and haunting choruses, Metallica hadn't been this effective in ages, somehow going back to basics. So much so that the tracks recall their previous masterpieces, whether it's Master Of Puppets, Ride The Lightning, ...And Justice For All or the Black Album. On the solo side, Hammett revealed hallucinating sparks, which won't surprise his fans. On the mic, Hetfield's voice had matured like never before, capable of overpowering roars as well as more subtle passages. Above all, Hardwired...To Self-Destruct has some of Metallica's best songs, such as the impressive track Spit Out The Bone which closes this double album. Finally, on Murder One, the band pays homage to one of their deceased idols: Lemmy from Motörhead! © CM/Qobuz
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Metal - Verschenen op 10 september 2021 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

It would have been too easy to celebrate a Metallica birthday with a simple reissue. The band has really decided to make things special by inviting other artists to come in and have fun with their most famous album. This idea has really fired the passions of artists whose own musical upbringings were strongly influenced by this record. Rockers, DJs, folk, country, hip hop and other artists have all at one time or another gloried in some riff or chorus from this legendary beast of an album. They answered the call en masse. The result is an impressive compilation of 53 tracks. The 12 songs from the original album are each revisited several times by an amazingly diverse cast, all for a good cause (the proceeds from sales are donated to the charities supported by the artists involved in this project).From Corey Taylor to Royal Blood, via Miley Cyrus, My Morning Jacket and the Frenchmen Sebastian and Izia, everyone has their own slant, taking liberties to a greater or lesser degree, some trying to respect the original songs while others have taken a fresh approach to the 12 tracks that built a rock legend. For sure, this compilation will take a while to digest fully. But its incredible diversity makes it an album to come back to again and again, enjoying a taste of a few different morsels each time. In the end, one is almost more thrilled by the “freer” versions, like the excellent Sad But True by Jason Isbell, Holier Than Thou by Biffy Clyro, Of Wolf And Man by Goodbye, Texas or The God That Failed by Idles, which offer a new point of view. Meanwhile interpretations by the likes of Volbeat or Weezer turn out to be closer to the original versions, and therefore  less surprising. And then there are those, like Dave Gahan, whose voices will leave listeners spellbound, no matter how they decide to reinterpret these classics. We might be tempted to speak of Blacklist as a mish-mash: but really, it is a mine, because it is full of gems. This is a very fine way to celebrate a birthday. © Chief Brody/Qobuz
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Metal - Verschenen op 12 augustus 1991 | EMI

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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 25 augustus 1988 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

Wie naar het vierde Metallica-album ...And Justice for All luistert, zal vooral onder de indruk zijn van de droge productie van de plaat. Het maakt van de plaat uit 1988 volgens kenners een van de beste albums van de Amerikaanse heavy metal-band. In 2018 is het dertig jaar geleden dat het album is verschenen en wordt er een geheel geremasterde versie van de plaat uitgebracht. © TiVo
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Metal - Verschenen op 12 augustus 1991 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

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 3 maart 1986 | Blackened Recordings - Universal Music

Het derde album van Metallica, Master Of Puppets (1986), wordt nog steeds beschouwd als een van de beste platen van de Amerikaanse heavy metal-band. Muzikaal en tekstueel vormt het album namelijk meer een geheel dan zijn voorgangers. In 2017 wordt het album opnieuw uitgebracht in een geremasterde versie. © TiVo

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  • Preparing for The Blacklist
    Preparing for The Blacklist On September 10th later this year, Metallica and fans alike will be celebrating 30 years since their self-titled fifth album - aka -The Black Album. Not only will we be treated to a remastered vers...
  • Re-justify
    Re-justify As if coming up with a worthy successor to the incomparable monument Masters Of Puppets wasn't daunting enough, Metallica had to go through the loss of Cliff Burton, who was more than just a bassis...