METALLICA: 'All Nightmare Long' Single Details Revealed

METALLICA's official web site has been updated with the following message:

"The next track from 'Death Magnetic', 'All Nightmare Long', will get the full-on treatment with a CD single collection available throughout Europe and other parts of the world (sorry, not in North America). Here's how it works ... Starting December 15, you can pick up the collector's digipack with the album version of 'All Nightmare Long' along with 'Wherever I May Roam' and 'Master Of Puppets' recorded live in Berlin at the 'Death Magnetic' release bash at the 02 World back in September.

"If you would like to complete your single collection, there are two more components available in what our record company calls a 'J card' (??) . . . CD 2 has the track again, 'Blackened' and 'Seek And Destroy', also recorded at the Berlin 02. Finally, if you just have to own the entire set, there is a third release, a DVD including a 10-minute mini-documentary about our day in Berlin along with 20 minutes worth of live tracks from that night's album release party, as well another 15-minute movie of yours truly [METALLICA] in the tuning room at the Rock Im Park show earlier that summer.

"For those of you who prefer the digital version, check your friendly online providers and you will be able to download all the tracks, including the videos."

Professionally filmed video footage of METALLICA's September 12, 2008 record-release party at O2 World in Berlin, Germany can be viewed below.


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