Ya viene en camino el nuevo album... hay que seguir la discusion
Pink Floyd's music is like a beautiful girl walking down the street who won't talk to you...
Si pudiera le dejo puntos por abrir el tema.
Lo que he escuchado en vivo como están sonando, más esos samples de estudio me sigue dando buena impresión.
Estaba leyendo la revista So What! de un compa, y James se llevó para el estudio algunas de las guitarras y amplis de la era 83-86.
Vamos a ver.
a mi me parece que el cambio de productor y la necesidad de un buen comeback con la nueva disquera va a dar buenos resultados, yo espero que este disco pueda ser otro black album , notese que en ningun momento me espero otro and justice o MOP, por que eso es sencillamente imposible para ellos en este momento, seria hermoso si , pero no va a suceder.
me pregunto que tanto aporto robert trujillo? se sabe que el papel de rick rubin fue mas que todo de exigirles mejor composicion.
le tengo fe al album , y si lo que se ha escuchado hasta el momento a tenido buenos reviews, y ya estamos seguros que la bateria va a sonar bien y no como st anger.
ya casi .. sale en september
aqui esta un recopilacion de todos los pedacitos de cancion.. suena bien.
Desde que comenzaron estos teasers pues sobra decir que los he estado siguiendo de cerca.
Lo mas rescatable para mi siguen siendo los riffs que empiezan al 0:27 y 0:38 segs, y la promesa de volver a tocar en standard E tuning.
Por ahi lei que Rick Rubin los motivó a hacer "the ultimate metallica record" lo cual está bastante...interesante
Carpe Diem Baby!
Live to Win, Dare to Fail
me agrado bastante esa version de remember tomorrow.
y esto acerca del disco nuevo
si es esa.. es horrible
On the title of METALLICA's new album, "Death Magnetic":
James Hetfield: "'Death Magnetic', at least the title, to me, it's… It had something to do with… It started out as kind of a tribute to people that have fallen in our business, like Layne Staley [ALICE IN CHAINS] and a lot of the people that have died, basically — rock and roll martyrs of sorts. And then it kind of grew from there. Thinking about death… some people are drawn towards it, and just like a magnet, some people are drawn towards it, [and] other people are afraid of it and push away. And the concept that we're all gonna die sometimes is over-talked about and then a lot of times never talked about — no one wants to bring it up; it's the big white elephant in the living room. But we all have to deal with it at some point. So that's kind of the subject matter."
On bassist Robert Trujillo's contributions to the new record and the band's overall sound:
James Hetfield: "I don't really have to say it, but I will — he's an amazing bass player; very competent. He can play pretty much anything we throw at him. Not only that, but obviously [Robert] playing with his fingers brings a fuller sound. He — and no disrespect to Jason [Newsted, Rob's predecessor in METALLICA] — but Rob has already written more on this album than Jason had in his whole 14 years. A lot of that had to do with us not being willing, and I totally understand that, but just his material seemed to gel better. It feels as though we've known him forever, basically, is what it feels like. And there's still times when I see him in pictures with us, and I go, 'Oh, yeah! He's in our band. Dude, we kick ass even more now.' It's a good feeling."
METALLICA has announced that every song on its upcoming album, "Death Magnetic", will be available to download for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock on the same date that the record arrives in stores, reports The Pulse of Radio. A post at the band's official web site stated, "It's a first in both music and gaming...The same day that 'Death Magnetic' hits the streets, you'll be able to download every song from the album for Guitar Hero III! We are so psyched that we'll be the first out of the gate with this simultaneous release...Who knows?! Maybe a few years from now this will be the norm when your favorite band's new record comes out."
The post added that "Death Magnetic" will also be available for the new World Tour edition of Guitar Hero, which is due out this fall.
Rumors of an all-METALLICA edition of Guitar Hero have been making the rounds recently, but the game's publishers have not confirmed this.
"Death Magnetic" is due out in September and was produced by METALLICA and Rick Rubin.
A deluxe box set edition of the album will be available in the U.S. The coffin box package will contain one CD featuring the album, another containing demos, a behind-the-scenes DVD, an exclusive T-shirt, a METALLICA flag, a collection of guitar picks, codes for a special live download and a poster.
The coffin box will only be available through Metallica.com, MetClub.com, and MissionMetallica.com.
Several other editions of "Death Magnetic" will also be offered for sale through the Mission: Metallica site, including an all-digital version and a high-end edition featuring five vinyl LPs and a lithograph.
suena bastante retro, incluso algo muy parecido a lo que venían haciendo entre And Justice y el album negro, yo me quedo con los primeros 5 discos, pero lo más reciente es rescatable, a escepción de St.Anger. Alguien sabe por que una banda del calibre de Metallica le quisierón dar ese sonido de lata o tarro que tiene la batería en ese album? y bueno a esperar que sea algo mejor.
Creo que esta vez si va a ser...
So far, so good...
obviamente ellos han enseñado lo mas heavy del album , segun la gente de kerrang que ya lo escucho ( bueno 8 temas nada mas ) dicen que 6 son muy al estilo black album , los otros 2 dicen que no son nada para recordar.
a metallica y rick rubin .. le tengo fe
q hermoso que suena AJFA con bastante bajo.
segun el mae , ese es el bajo de jason lo unico que lo subio , ahi explica como lo hizo.
me pregunto cuando metallica va a sacar las versiones remasterizadas de los discos viejos
Excelente eso ElChoss! +1
Siempre he odiado la musica sin bajo....suena totalmente diferente,hermoso
"Fuera de la materia, todo es música,Dios mismo no es mas que una alucinación sonora" Ciorán
tenemos track list !!! the unforgiven 3 !!! como que le quieren hacer la competencia a SAW
METALLICA has revealed the official track listing (in the final running order) for its new album, "Death Magnetic". It is as follows:
01. That Was Just Your Life
02. The End Of The Line
03. Broken, Beat & Scarred
04. The Day That Never Comes
05. All Nightmare Long
07. The Unforgiven III
08. The Judas Kiss
09. Suicide & Redemption
10. My Apocalypse
en otro tema por que el post anterior a este tiene -2 de karma ?
unforgiven III... damn!!!
eso me da una pésima espina
jejeje eso de tantas unforgiven si esta raro verad!! jaja
Maes por cierto la versión de que venían cayó calabera por fin?? o como esta la cosa?
Driven south to the land of the snow and ice, To a place where nobodys been
Que exclente suena and justice!! después de tantos siglos de escucharla es la primera vez que logro escucharle algo de bajo. Nunca entendí a fondo por que después de la partida de Burton, los bajos en los siguientes discos de Metallica eran casi nulos !
y blackened suena con mas saborsh aun !!
no he parado de escuchar esas dos canciones
y aqui la version rock band .. fuck q jarcor!! me imagino que por la dificultad debe ser casi igual que tocarla con un bajo de verdad.
consegui uno de los pocos reviews que quedaron en la internet ya que metallica los mando a quitar todos.
lo saque de mi nueva pagina favorita de musica
vale la pena leerlo todo
See, Metallica held a listening session in London on Wednesday to preview all but four tracks from their hysterically anticipated, yet-unnamed ninth studio album (you know, the one where they’re supposed to get all shreddy and raw again, like they were twenty years ago). There weren’t any non-disclosure agreements guests had to sign beforehand, and no reference was made to keeping album details under wraps.
Nevertheless, journalists who were in attendance and have since written about the event have been contacted by a third party on behalf of Metallica, demanding the removal of any commentary related to the new music. Fearful of falling from good graces with the world’s biggest rock band, nearly all reviews have vanished. Except the glowing ones, that is.
Bloggers over at The Quietus posted their review of the listening experience after the event, a fair, even-keeled piece that centered largely on the comical hardships of being an old-school Metallica fan, longing for a return to the days of …And Justice For All. The review stayed up longer than the others we’ve seen, and before it was removed we managed to get our copy action on.
Opinions are like assholes, but far as I can tell I’ve never had my asshole censored. Whether or not that’s for the best is another matter entirely, but the fact remains that The Quietus’ Bob Mulhouse gave a fair, well-written and balanced account of his experience. There’s no reason he should be silenced.
So, with that in mind, here’s what Bob had to say:
METALLICA: New Album Preview
by Bob Mulhouse
Being a fan of the Danish-Californian heavy metal quartet Metallica is hard work. They’re the quintessential band of two halves, pulling in millions of fans from 1983 to 1995 with five mostly excellent albums, which ranged in approach from youthful violence to radio-friendly hummability. In 1996, however, Metallica released the first of a shockingly poor string of alternative-rock, covers and live records, finishing up with 2003’s terrible St. Anger, the most disappointing metal CD ever released. Staying loyal to them after this many years isn’t easy, frankly.
So what, you might be thinking– all bands have their creative peaks and troughs, surely? Well, you’re not getting it. Metallica aren’t just a metal act: they are the Led Zeppelin of their generation, a band which your kids will revere 30 years from now to the same degree as we do the Beatles and the Stones today. To love them is to really love them. Their work ethic (which other band spends three years on the road at stadium level?) and their damnable songwriting ability (leading to songs of visceral power which you can still sing in the bath) has made them bigger, heavier and more essentially here than anyone else. That’s why we still pay attention to them after more than a decade of recorded dross. That’s why even their drummer Lars Ulrich’s petulant sparring with Napster in 2001 and the painful-to-watch Some Kind Of Monster documentary (made during their group-therapy sessions) don’t outweigh the hope we all felt when it was announced in 2007 that none other than Rick Rubin would be helming their new studio album, the first in five years.
Rick Rubin, as any fule kno, is responsible for launching the careers of many a fine band (including Slayer, Metallica’s sometime contemporaries), but– more relevantly in this case– has also revived the fortunes of creatively ossified artists whose moment in the sun has passed, such as Johnny Cash and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Could The Beastie Beard breathe life into Metallica? God, we hoped so, simultaneously aware that Ulrich et al have raised and dashed our hopes before.
It was with some trepidation, therefore, that I attended the playback of Metallica’s new album at the HQ of Universal, their UK record company, on 3 June. We were permitted to hear six of the 10 tracks which will ultimately appear on the album– which, a rep from the Q-Prime management company informed us, is referred to colloquially by Metallica as ‘Nine epics and one song’. The sense of occasion was reinforced by the presence of almost the entire editorial teams of the UK’s two biggest metal magazines, glaring at each other over the tea urn. [What? Metal Hammer and Terrorizer? -Antiquiet.]
Right from the off, it’s a relief to hear that the utterly awful production of St. Anger is no more. Ulrich has replaced the old dustbin lid from that album with an actual snare drum, and the sound is fresh, clean and resonant (even though the songs are still only rough mixes at this stage). The first song, like the rest of the ‘epics’, is between six and eight minutes long and begins with a bass intro from low-ender extraordinaire Robert Trujillo. Moving rapidly from riff to riff, the song bursts with energy and ideas: singer and rhythm guitarist James Hetfield barks “Luck runs out!” repeatedly and throws in some twisty, semi-progressive riffs which could have been lifted directly from, their last truly good album, 1988’s …And Justice For All. Guitarist Kirk Hammett, who was banned from soloing on St. Anguish for no adequately explored reason, is on fire, whipping out the melodic, rapid-fire shreds for which he is famous over an extended solo section – almost as if he’s making up for lost time. This is Metallica’s best song in ages, perhaps since the 1980s.
The next cut has a working title of Flamingo and is going to be the first single. Now, Metallica’s lead singles have been breathtakingly crap since 1995, so it was a relief to hear that Flamingo (as it almost definitely will not be called) is a modernised take on their amazing 1988 song One, all balladry at its front end before a speeded-up metalstorm at the back. Hetfield delivers a clean-picked intro which reminded me of the Beach Boys (I know… but I only got to hear it once, all right?) before the body of the song, which is basically like The Unforgiven from 1991’s Black Album. If you’re familiar with the chord progression behind the solo in Am I Evil?, the ancient Diamond Head song which Metallica made their own, you’ll be able to picture the under-solo riffage in this song– all simple, effective major-interval jumps.
However, let us not forget that this is modern Metallica– and the next two songs are much less fun. The first, which may be called We Die Hard judging by the frequency with which Hetfield barks the phrase, starts boringly but accelerates halfway through and enters slightly proggy territory, all stop-start riff stabs and a clever time signature. The next song is very …And Justice, a lengthy, unhurried workout which revolves around the line “Bow down / Sell your soul to me / I will set you free”, itself a 1988 line if I ever heard one. Apart from dexterous soloing from Hammett, it’s not great.
So far, we’ve had two good songs and two dull ones– not a bad track record for new ’Tallica, believe me. However, track five is tedious, a combination of the aimless riffery of St. Anger and the pointless rock chorusing of Load, the album which almost finished Metallica in 1996. “Crying, weeping, shedding strife!” sings Hetfield in that slick Enter Sandman manner, over an unthreatening clean midsection which would (and no doubt will) suit VH1 down to the ground.
At this point the Q-Prime geezer asks us if we want to hear more, and fortunately we say yes– because the final song (and indeed, it is ‘The Song’, the little guy among the nine epics) is great, a genuine slice of thrash metal that starts fast and stays that way. Like a slower, less precise Battery (the opening track of 1986’s flawless Master Of Puppets album), the song nips in and out, not outstaying its welcome and proving that on some level, Metallica still have the necessary vitriol to impress their older fans. OK, it reminded me a bit of Dyer’s Eve, the last song on Justice, which had a kind of “I suppose we’d better do a fast one for the fans” feel about it– but in 2008, Hetfield and Ulrich delivering any form of thrash metal is not to be sneered at.
We file out of the listening room, not saying much. This album could be good, or it could be mediocre– too much depends on the other four songs to make a call at this point. I try not to agonise about it, but this matters, damn it. It really does.
I said it wasn’t easy being a Metallica fan in 2008, didn’t I?
gracias por compartir mae!
PD. primer consultorio de un psicoanalista con titulos en la pared jajaa
Quiero creer que este disco va a ser importante, pero algo me suena a que va a ser simplemente algo menos caca entre lo nuevo de metallica.
Unforgiven 3? para mi eso ya son puntos menos.
Que tuanis sería ver esta banda consagrandose y reinvindicandose en unos tres buenos discos al hilo ...
el problema es que perderiamos la cuenta de unforgiven.
fijese mae que el review del disco , el mae habla de una cancion parecida a the unforgiven que sono muy bien , espero que sea esa misma que el escucho.
insisto a rick rubin le tengo fe
aparentemente la metieron en el set list. a mi esta fue la version que mas me gusto del disco.
consegui este otro video ,es cuando ellos se preparan para entrar al escenario , se me pararon los pelos , como se ve el publico desde la perspectiva de lars !! q emocionante debe ser tocar ante esa cantidad de gente ,cuando sera el dia que vengan !!
jejeje el tema es practicamente mio.
TENEMOS FECHA !!!
METALLICA has officially set Friday, September 12 as the "worldwide" release date for its new album, "Death Magnetic". Assuming that the band has yet to announce separate release dates for the different parts of the world (since physical CDs are virtually never released on the same day "worldwide"), the September 12 date in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (where albums are traditionally issued on Fridays) would indicate that the album would arrive in the U.S. on Tuesday, September 16, with most of continental Europe getting the CD one day earlier on September 15.
Tuesdays are when almost all CDs are issued in the U.S.
* According to CDJapan.co.uk, the Japanese release date for "Death Magnetic" is Wednesday, September 10.
* According to Amazon.co.uk, the UK release date for "Death Magnetic" is Monday, September 15.
por cierto mañana domingo cumple 45 años el sr James Alan Hetfield
me gusta .. y mucho
Ese riff pudo haber estado en un disco de Slayer de los 80's.
Ya casi es 12 de setiembre, ya estuvieron filmando video para "The Day That Never Comes".
Y ese que puso ElChoss antes del concierto, hasta uno se inyecta.
Sino vienen iré a verlos, por tercera vez.
ya me estoy empezando a emocionar !!
totalmente de acuerdo con lo que ellos dicen.. aunque lo que hace mustaine es mas pichudo
otro video .
que buena la participacion y la llegada de un integrante nuevo ( ir al tema de DT ) no estoy diciendo ni quitandole meritos a jason , pero otra de las razones que el tengo fe a este disco ( a parte de Rick "mutherfokin" Rubin ) es la llegada de trujillo
me da mucho miedo este video ... por que lars insiste en sonar asi !!! por las barbas de zeus !!
ojala que no ..
Noooooo no quiero otra vez escuchar esoso tarros en un disco de Metallica, seria desepcionante escuchar unas guitarras rajadas y un bajo impresionante pero una bateria de chiquito tocando ollas!!
Cyanide cancion nueva en el ozzfest de ayer , noto que esta ha sido la cancion usada en la mayoria de los videos.
no esta mala , de hecho me gusta
Venia a postearla. ElChoss está en todas con Metallica. La estoy escuchando. Espero que salga pronto la grabación del concierto en livemetallica.com para escucharla con mejor sonido, pero me gusta lo que oigo.
Death Magnetic ya está mezclado y masterizado.
Medley con King Diamond en el Ozzfest:
Si hay algo que Hetfield y yo compartimos es nuestro amor por mercyful fate, Que buenos esos medley's con papa Diamond!!
So just say goodbye to all you're fucking angels!!!
definitivamente el Medley de Mercyful Fate es una flor en el ojal de Metallica.
Y esa pieza nueva Sin gracia alguna y bien aburrida...
"Pavas, detrás de la choza de un mae que le dicen Negro..."
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