METALLICA: Remaining 'Death Magnetic' Tracks Coming To Wii

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

"If you've been playing 'Guitar Hero' on the Wii, you may have noticed that we were short a few songs when it came 'Death Magnetic' — well, no more! Our friends at 'Guitar Hero' have been working long and hard with Nintendo so that Wii fans can now play the eight 'Death Magnetic' songs not previously available for that gaming system.

"Starting November 24, additional tracks from 'Death Magnetic' will be available as downloadable singles for 200 Wii points each. If you're keeping score, that would be 'All Nightmare Long', 'That Was Just Your Life', 'The Day That Never Comes', 'The Judas Kiss', 'The End Of The Line', 'The Unforgiven III', 'Suicide & Redemption J.H.' and 'Suicide & Redemption K.H.'"

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