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Hardwired...to self-destruct MetallicaCD

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Metallica

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Product Details

CategoryCDs
ThemeBands
GenreThrash Metal
EditionDeluxe Edition
Media format3-CD
Media PackagingDigipak
Available since 18.11.2016
Product code341758

"Hardwired...to self destruct" as a triple-CD-edition in a digipak with a 32-pages booklet - 14 tracks on a bonus-disc incl. "Lords Of Summer" alongside a medley in honor of Ronnie James Dio, a cover version of "Remember Tomorrow" from Iron Maiden, a cover of Deep Purple's song "When A Blind Man Cries", and the live recordings of the concert, that took place during the Recordstoredays 2016 in the Rasputin's in Berkley, California.

Probably the most anticipated release of this year is launched. The Thrash gods Metallica present us the successor of the "Death magnetic" album. "Hardwired...to self destruct" is an absolute grenade and shows James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett, Robert Trujillo and Lars Ulrich in absolute top form. The with the 80 minutes running time equipped masterpiece ties in with the classics albums and again shows in an impressive way to whom belongs the throne in Thrash Metal - METALLICA! You should definitely check out the song "Hardwired"..

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A good album

There best in a long while.

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New sound , old Metallica

Great sound, tracks with riffs "pegadisos", return the old Metallica songs

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Finally!!

If 'Hardwired' is anything to go by, this album will be a force to be reckoned with. Having the bonus CD with Riff Origins is a nice touch and will prove to be interesting listening. Who doesn't love James' riffs??

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