Now that we’re lower than a month away from the discharge of Metallica’s long-awaited new album 72 Seasons, the metallic legends have shared a teaser observe for a fourth album observe and it appears like pure, ripping, old-fashioned thrash.
It is not fully surprising, proper? In spite of everything, that is nonetheless Metallica right here they usually have by no means been shy about embracing their roots on the 2 earlier albums, 2016’s Hardwired to Self-Destruct and 2008’s Dying Magnetic. Amid the extra mid-paced, sprawling tracks some pure thrash/traditional metallic vibes have been current, as was the case for the lead 72 Seasons single “Lux Aeterna.”
In a teaser clip shared on social media, Metallica dish out 15 headbanging seconds of latest materials off an undisclosed music that might be revealed on Thursday (March 30).
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Along with “Lux Aeterna,” Metallica have launched “Screaming Suicide” and “If Darkness Had a Son.” Every of these tracks are starkly completely different, indicating it is seemingly that this file, too, could have loads of depth throughout its 12 tracks that complete 77 minutes.
Relating to “Screaming Suicide,” a music which was designed to “address the taboo word of suicide,” James Hetfield mentioned, “The intention is to communicate about the darkness we feel inside. It’s ridiculous to think we should deny that we have these thoughts. At one point or another, I believe most people have thought about it. To face it is to speak the unspoken. If it’s a human experience, we should be able to talk about it. You are not alone.”
72 Seasons is set for an April 14 release (pre-order on CD or vinyl) and Metallica will spend the next two years on the road promoting the album. See all of their scheduled tour dates here and head to this location for tickets.
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