METALLICA: New 'My Apocalypse' Intro Available For Free Download
METALLICA's official web site has been updated with the following message:
"We've been enjoying playing 'My Apocalypse' out here on the road but felt like it could use something extra. We decided that it needed a cool intro to set the mood so James [Hetfield, vocals/guitar] wrote one. Check out and enjoy this free download... and make sure you learn it for singing along at a future show!"
Click here for your free download of the "My Apocalypse" intro.
METALLICA filmed its July 7, 2009 concert in Nimes, France for an upcoming DVD release, but the catch is that the disc will be available only in France and through METALLICA's official website, Metallica.com. Since it's a French product, you'll also need an all-region DVD player in order to watch it in North America. The DVD will arrive on October 19. METALLICA also documented its three recent shows in Mexico City for DVD, although that looks like it will be released in Latin America only.
METALLICA will be touring Europe through early August. The band starts a North American trek on September 14 in Nashville as it continues supporting 2008's "Death Magnetic" album.
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