METALLICA: Third South African Video Clip Posted Online

METALLICA have posted a third video clip from their recent trip to South Africa, where they headlined the country's biggest international music festival ever. The Coca-Cola Colab Massive Mix festival took place on March 18 in the city of Centurion, March 21 in Durban and March 25 in Cape Town. The new 18-minute clip contains footage of the band jamming on "The Four Horsemen" and "Harvester of Sorrow" in the tuning room, followed by a performance of the latter track from their March 25 concert at the Green Point Stadium in Cape Town when a power cut forced them to halt their concert for approximately 15 minutes. Check it out in the Windows Media format: 300K, 100K, 56K.

METALLICA are currently writing music for their ninth studio album, which they plan to record this summer with producer Rick Rubin. A late 2006 or early 2007 release is likely. The group will play some European and Japanese gigs this summer. No U.S. shows are planned.

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