Metallica are set to launch a brand new podcast that can go behind the scenes of their basic album ‘The Black Album’, it has been introduced.
The podcast can be known as The Metallica Podcast and can rejoice the album’s thirtieth anniversary, which lands on August 12.
The band introduced the podcast on social media, saying that the primary of eight episodes was “coming quickly”. In a teaser clip, drummer Lars Ulrich stated: “This album was the best mixture of songs, proper mixture of producer with the best mixture of want, tenacity, lineup of concepts.”
Frontman James Hetfield added: “The madness that we do exactly to maintain our personal sanity, folks determine with it and the truth that they’re not alone and we all know that we’re not alone is what makes all of it occur for me.”
Coming quickly… The Metallica Podcast! We’re beginning with eight episodes having a look behind the scenes at “The Black Album.”
— Metallica (@Metallica) August 5, 2021
The graphics for the podcast confer with the brand new sequence as ‘Quantity I: The Black Album’, suggesting that additional sequence specializing in the band’s different albums may arrive sooner or later. Hearken to the teaser above now.
Final month, Metallica launched a new collaboration with Vans to celebrate ‘The Black Album’’s anniversary. The gathering featured two limited-edition designs of Van’s Sk8-Hello and Basic Slip-On footwear with each that includes art work designed by Metallica artist Pushead, who has offered imagery for the band’s merchandise and stage units since 1986.
In the meantime, the record will also be given a “definitive” reissue on September 10, that includes a 180-gram double vinyl LP, a typical CD and 3xCD expanded version, digital obtain, streaming and a limited-edition deluxe field set.
‘The Metallica Blacklist’ will even be launched digitally on the identical date, and can see over 50 artists every contributing “a novel interpretation” of their favorite ‘Black Album’ tune. Income from the report can be break up between charities of the artist’s alternative and Metallica’s All Within My Hands Foundation.
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