In a function for the most recent concern of Kerrang! journal, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich gave a robust trace that the band might have one other Storage Inc. covers album within the works.
As a part of the function, the journal requested the band questions that have been submitted from followers, with one fan asking which songs the band would cowl if there could be one other Storage Inc. album. To which Ulrich bluntly responded, “Wait and see.”
Metallica’s “storage” collection of canopy songs started with the The $5.98 E.P.: Storage Days Re-Revisited, which noticed the band protecting Killing Joke, the Misfits, Budgie and Diamond Head. It was additionally the band’s first printed materials with Jason Newsted on bass. Beforehand, the band had coated “Am I Evil?” by Diamond Head and “Blitzkrieg” by Blitzkrieg on the Creeping Loss of life 12-inch in 1984.
The EP make clear Metallica’s musical influences, from post-punk to proto-metal, with 1998’s Storage Inc. increasing on this idea to create a full album of covers. Among the band’s most lovable singles from this period are included within the assortment, together with covers of songs by Discharge, Bob Seger, Black Sabbath, and a passionate rendition of the normal “Whiskey within the Jar” that also receives some radio play alongside their larger hits. It was the final album to function Newsted on bass.
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One other Storage Inc. will surely be an excellent tide-over because the band works on their subsequent studio album.
For now, Metallica are nonetheless touring in help of their 2016 LP, Hardwired … To Self-Destruct. The band simply returned abroad to proceed their ongoing European tour with Ghost, and in November, they’ll embark on a jaunt of Australia and New Zealand with Slipknot. Previous to heading Down Below, the band will play a pair of “S&M2” performances with the San Francisco Symphony in September.
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