Following the death of Cliff Burton in 1986, Metallica roared back with their epic fourth album.
Featuring B-sides, early demos, and session outtakes.
We look back on Narrow Stairs with newfound appreciation after a decade of misunderstanding.
Plus, the band will play both releases in full during a five-night stint at London’s Roundhouse.
On July 25th, 1983, Metallica unleashed their debut album, “Kill ‘Em All”, a landmark disc that would help usher in the thrash metal scene.
The 18-date outing launches in early October.
The nine-track effort features rare and previously unreleased songs, which were all recorded in the months before The Gaslight Anthem entered the studio for The ’59 Sound.
Jerry Cantrell & co. covered Soundgarden’s “Hunted Down” and “Boot Camp” in Columbus, Ohio over the weekend.
The DNA will be preserved for hundreds to thousands of years and can be decoded at any time.
The band’s frontman waxes nostalgic about the immensely successful album during an appearance on Kyle Meredith With…
It begins with 90 of the most popular episodes and continues with all 856 installments of the series.
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Phair will also embark on a US tour to play songs from her Girly-Sound tapes live for the very first time.