Nachokoolaid wrote:The new album seems like it may return Metallica to it's roots.
Brocktune wrote:Nachokoolaid wrote:The new album seems like it may return Metallica to it's roots.
the battle cry of the disenfranchised metallica fan.
the worst part is how pathetically the band themselves seem to indulge this notion.
unikrunk wrote:okay, now I have to give it a listen, good work Nacho.
Fawst wrote:These better still be online by the time I get home from work in 2 hours.
Nachokoolaid wrote:Seriously, let me know what you think. I'm not the biggest Metallica fan ever,
Vegeta wrote:I can't listen to it till I get home, hust hoping James still isn't finishing almost every word with an "a" (example: "It ain't my bitch-a")
Fievel wrote:Yeah... there was an obvious lack of James Growls.
Is Dio available?
buster00 wrote:ONeillSG1 wrote:
Is Dio available?
Maybe after he gets off the road with his old Black Sabbath mates...with a capital OLD Black Sabbath mates.
I can't even look at Metallica anymore without thinking of Dethklok.
DETHKLOK DETHKLOK DETHKLOK!!
Still, the Rick Rubin connection does intrigue me. I'll give it a listen and come back.
buster00 wrote:Not bad. I think I like the second one better.
Both songs may sound a lot different after Rubin's in-studio tweaking, but I thought it was pretty rockin'.
ONeillSG1 wrote:But, James seriously needs to either retool the voice or give the reigns to someone else. His voice left us somewhere in 2000.
getlovefisted wrote:The links are taken down...
I might be one of the few fans that admits to liking load and reload, but it may be because I view them as albums from a different band, not the band that released Master of Puppets.
Tyrone_Shoelaces wrote:Album leak welcomed by Metallica
Hey Lars, how's that big bowl of crow taste?
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