METALLICA's KIRK HAMMETT Provides New Content For GUITAR WORLD Magazine
According to a posting on the official METALLICA web site, the group's guitarist, Kirk Hammett stopped by the band's headquarters outside San Francisco over the weekend to provide some content for a very special issue of Guitar World magazine. Check out pictures at Metallica.com. More details will be made available soon.
As previously reported, Hammett was recently asked by legendary guitarist Carlos Santana to contribute to the multi-Grammy-winning artist's upcoming release, "All That I Am". The CD, which features Kirk on the track the instrumental track "Trinity", will be in stores on November 1. In the meantime, you can listen to the full song "Trinity" — which also boasts harmonized guitars from Carlos Santana and pedal-steel virtuoso Robert Randolph — at this location.
Kirk has previously worked with Carlos in 2001 at a live show benefit in San Francisco. Carlos was also invited into METALLICA's studio in 2002 while the band were recording "St. Anger".
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