METALLICA: 'Some Kind Of Monster' EP Artwork Posted Online

The cover artwork for METALLICA's upcoming "Some Kind Of Monster" EP has been posted online at this location.

The "Some Kind Of Monster" deluxe CD+T package will be released on July 13, in conjunction with the July 9 opening of the METALLICA documentary film "Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster". It will feature six live METALLICA classics as well as two versions of the title-track, one drawn from METALLICA's 2003 album "St. Anger" plus a fully remixed and edited version for this disc by famed producer Bob Rock. Also included in the package is a limited edition compressed T-shirt in large or extra-large sizes, emblazoned with the film's movie poster art across the chest. Double extra-large sizes will be available online at The disc is also available at retail outlets without the T-shirt.

The six live tracks on the disc are: "The Four Horsemen", "Damage, Inc." , "Leper Messiah", "Motorbreath", "Ride The Lightning" and "Hit The Lights", and were recorded June 11, 2003 in Paris, France.

The disc will also be enhanced with the movie's theatrical trailer, as well as a variation of the film's trailer the band has been previewing during their most recent concert trek.

Directed by Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky ("Brothers Keeper", "Paradise Lost"), "Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster" offers a revealing behind-the-scenes look at METALLICA as they confront personal demons and their relationships with each other.

METALLICA returns to the road to continue the "Madly In Anger With The World" tour on August 16 in St. Paul, MN.


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