The thrash band’s sophomore LP is arguably Metallica’s most important album.
The Boss’ often-misunderstood hit record echoes an optimism that perhaps no longer exists in the 21st century.
Not even Morrissey’s latter-day sins can ruin the pure love listeners feel for this record.
While the album’s highs go higher than you might recall, its lows seem lower now, too.
The album, released in January 1984, was both critically acclaimed and a massive success.
There are also plans to bring Elmer Bernstein’s score on the road this fall.
A gorgeous looking “trapped in the ice” edition to mark the film’s 35th anniversary.