Hang Out With METALLICA At Their San Francisco Studio

METALLICA will release "The Videos 1989-2004", the band's first-ever music video retrospective DVD, on December 5 via Warner Bros. To celebrate the release, one lucky fan and a friend will get to hang out with METALLICA at their headquarters in San Francisco. You will win two nights hotel and airfare to San Francisco, a special tour of METALLICA HQ, and get to meet the band. 10 other lucky fans will win copies of the new DVD. The collection — which includes all 21 of METALLICA's videos, plus bonus features — spans the years from 1989's "….And Justice For All" to 2003's "St. Anger", and features pioneering videos such as the muted color-toned, film noir-classic "One", METALLICA's ground-breaking first foray in music video.

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International release dates for "The Videos 1989-2004":

North America: December 5
Europe: December 4
South America: December 4
Japan: December 18
Australia: December 2


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