METALLICA's new album, "St. Anger", will include a free bonus DVD featuring the band playing all 11 songs from the album in a live setting, according to www.metallica.com. Recording began last Friday, March 21, in the rehearsal space at the METALLICA headquarters 45 minutes outside of San Francisco, with the band performing six songs. Click here to view pictures taken during the shoot.
"There will be no fancy shit, just METALLICA doing what they do best, kicking your ass," states a message on the site. "And don't worry, the CD will be regularly priced, we just wanna throw in some extra free shit for you guys!"
Directing the project is Wayne Isham ("Enter Sandman", "Sad But True", "I Disappear", "Cunning Stunts", "S&M"). Wayne and his crew "captured the awesome vibe and thunderous new tunes." The next five songs for the DVD will be shot soon.
"St. Anger" is scheduled for release on June 10 through Elektra Records.
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