Book Of METALLICA Tattoos On The Way?

METALLICA fan site Encyclopedia Metallica has posted the following message from a METALLICA fan by the name of Aaron J Thurman: "I was a lucky winner of a meet-and-greet pass for the [METALLICA concert on] August 27th in Chicago. Well, it was released back there by multiple people, INCLUDING James Hetfield, that there will be a METALLICA tattoo book coming out in the near future. Though self-explanatory, the book will be a compilation of pictures of METALLICA tattoos. Those of the people backstage that had a METALLICA tattoo were pictured and it will also include all of the band members tattoos. James has also added many new tattoos to his collection for those not close enough to see." A photo of Aaron hanging out backstage with Hetfield can be viewed at this location.


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