METALLICA Accommodate Czech Soccer Fans

METALLICA's show at Prague's T-Mobile Park Thursday night (July 1) began more than an hour earlier than originally scheduled so as to accommodate the thousands of the group's Czech fans who wanted to watch their national soccer team play against Greece in the Euro 2004 semifinal (the Czech Republic ended up losing 1-0).

METALLICA's next live appearance is scheduled to take place Tuesday night (July 2) at the Werchter Rock Festival in Werchter, Belgium. The band will be releasing a new EP, "Some Kind Of Monster", on July 13, in conjunction with the July 9 opening of the METALLICA documentary film "Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster". It will feature six live METALLICA classics as well as two versions of the title-track, one drawn from METALLICA's 2003 album "St. Anger" plus a fully remixed and edited version for this disc by famed producer Bob Rock.


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