Vitamin Records has just released "The Piano Tribute to Metallica: Bite The Ivory". A description of the album reads as follows:
"METALLICA is the little engine that roars. That's 'Motorbreath'. This heavy metal locomotive fuels its fire with anger, rage, and uncertainty. Your conductors are Hetfield and Ulrich. By making stops all over the world, METALLICA has become the most popular metal band of all time. Beginning with 1983's 'Kill 'Em All', each subsequent album has brought car loads of new fans. The ride hasn't always been smooth, but METALLICA has never been derailed.
This 'Piano Tribute to Metallica' pulls away the iron panels of speed and coal-blackened distortion to reveal the fundamental element of the band's success: grandiose melody. With these arena-sized anthems laid bare, the haunting melodies are heard in their pristine beauty. Fortunately, it is impossible to fully suppress the Wagnerian sturm und drang of the music. Enter Piano Man!"
"The Piano Tribute to Metallica: Bite The Ivory" track listing:
01. The Ecstasy of Gold
02. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
03. Fade to Black
04. Hero of the Day
06. Mama Said
07. Nothing Else Matters
10. Turn the Page
11. Bleeding Me
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