METALLICA Films 'The Day That Never Comes' Video; Photos Available

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

"Today [Thursday, July 31] we shot a video... nah, more like a short film really....for the first featured track from 'Death Magnetic'. Directed by fellow Dane/filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg, we spent the better part of the afternoon playing 'The Day That Never Comes' to a sold-out crowd of dust and smoke just outside of Los Angeles, CA.... Should be ready to share with all of you at the end of the month, give or take...more to come."

Check out photos from the video shoot below.

Two of Scandinavia's biggest online music retailers — Ginza.se and CDON.COM — are listing September 30 as the release date for the new METALLICA album, "Death Magnetic".

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METALLICA has yet to officially announce a release date for the CD, which will be available to download for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock on the same day the album arrives in stores.

The band is offering the record for sale in numerous configurations, ranging from a digital-only release to a deluxe "coffin box" that will come with a bonus CD, a DVD, a T-shirt, guitar picks and other goodies.

"Death Magnetic" official track listing:

01. That Was Just Your Life
02. The End Of The Line
03. Broken, Beat & Scarred
04. The Day That Never Comes
05. All Nightmare Long
06. Cyanide
07. The Unforgiven III
08. The Judas Kiss
09. Suicide & Redemption
10. My Apocalypse

Photos below are being displayed from Metallica.com.

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