METALLICA Completes Mixing 'Death Magnetic'

METALLICA has posted the following message on its official web site:

"Today we finished mixing and mastering our ninth studio album of original material, 'Death Magnetic', which hits the streets worldwide on Friday, September 12. Plus, you'll be able to download every song from the album for 'Guitar Hero III' on the same day! Produced by Rick Rubin and recorded at Sound City Studios, Shangri La Studios, and our very own HQ. The first track and video, 'The Day That Never Comes', will hit the airwaves later this month."

METALLICA premiered a brand new song called "Cyanide" during the band's co-headlining set at the one-day Ozzfest last night (Saturday, August 9) at Pizza Hut Park in Dallas. The track is the first taste of METALLICA's forthcoming album, "Death Magnetic" to be aired in a live setting. The official video footage of the song can be viewed below.


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