METALLICA's 'Death Magnetic' Reviewed In METAL HAMMER's Latest Podcast
A review of the new METALLICA album "Death Magnetic" is featured in the new Metal Hammer video podcast, which can be viewed at this location. A trailer for the padcast is available below. The Metal Hammer audio podcast, which also features a review of "Death Magnetic", can be downloaded at this location (MP3 file, 42 MB).
According to FMQB.com, next week's FMQB Productions broadcast special, "Metallica: The World Premiere Of Death Magnetic", will be hosted by FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl and drummer Taylor Hawkins. The pair will sit down with METALLICA for a live broadcast from 'TALLICA HQ on Thursday, September 4, giving an exclusive look into one of the most anticipated albums of 2008.
"The World Premiere Of Death Magnetic" will air on stations across the country starting at 9:00 p.m. Eastern. The 60-minute program will feature James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo giving fans an exclusive look at "Death Magnetic". Keep an eye out at Metallica.com for a listing of stations carrying this program... or call your local rock station and ask them about it. "Death Magnetic" hits the streets worldwide on Friday, September 12.
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