METALLICA: 30-Minute 'Some Kind Of Monster' Preview Available Online

May 16, 2003

A 30-minute EPK (Electronic Press Kit) containing video footage to be included in the much-anticipated film documenting the trials and tribulations that led to the creation of METALLICA's upcoming CD, "St. Anger", has been posted online at this location (Windows Media Player required). Included in the video are clips of most of the tracks that are set to appear on the forthcoming CD, as well as extensive interview material with the four members of the group and longtime producer Bob Rock.

As previously reported, the film, reportedly dubbed "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster", does not currently have an official release date, but it is not expected to surface before early 2004.

(Thanks: Inter Sandman)

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