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Metallica will release their eleventh studio album, Hardwired…To Self-Destruct, on November 18th, via Blackened Recordings. The 2 CD / 2 Vinyl set is the Grammy® Award winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee’ s first studio album since 2008’ s multi-platinum Death Magnetic. Hardwired…To Self-Destruct is produced by Greg Fidelman, who engineered and mixed Death Magnetic. Metallica formed in 1981 by drummer Lars Ulrich and guitarist and vocalist James Hetfield and has become one of the most influential and commercially successful rock bands in history, having sold 110 million albums worldwide while playing to millions of fans on literally all seven continents. They have scored several multi-platinum albums, including 1991''s Metallica (commonly referred to as The Black Album), with sales of nearly 17 million copies in the United States alone, making it the best-selling album in the history of Soundscan. Metallica has also garnered numerous awards and accolades, including nine Grammy Awards, two American Music Awards, and multiple MTV Video Music Awards, and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in 2009. In December 2013, Metallica made history when they performed a rare concert in Antarctica, becoming the first act to ever play all seven continents all within a year, and earning themselves a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records. “Hardwired,” the first track to be released from the forthcoming album was played for the first time during a live remote broadcast from Metallica’s HQ in the Bay Area. During an interview with Minneapolis rock station 93X discussing the band’s performance at U.S. Bank Stadium on August 20th, Lars Ulrich stunned 93X’s Pablo by unleashing the incendiary song for the first time, much to the surprise (and delight) of the station, as well as fans around the world.

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Disc: 1

1 Hardwired
2 Atlas, Rise!
3 Now That We''re Dead

Disc: 2

1 Moth Into Flame
2 Dream No More
3 Halo On Fire

Disc: 3

1 Confusion
2 ManUNkind
3 Here Comes Revenge

Disc: 4

1 Am I Savage?
2 Murder One
3 Spit Out The Bone

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Cody C. Engdahl
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
First Metallica album I''ve bought since "...and Justice for All" came out.
Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2017
Okay, the short of it is: the kid in this picture approves. It''s full of all those crunchy thrash metal rhythms that once inspired me to head bang, slam dance, stage dive, and take pictures like this. Of course I''m not going to do any those things now for fear of... See more
Okay, the short of it is: the kid in this picture approves.

It''s full of all those crunchy thrash metal rhythms that once inspired me to head bang, slam dance, stage dive, and take pictures like this. Of course I''m not going to do any those things now for fear of throwing out a hip.

I agree with most of the reviews in that this sounds like the album that should have come after "...And Justice for All."

Is it at the level of "Kill''em All," "Ride the Lightning," and especially, "Master of Puppets?" Well, is anything? I think the band has never been the same without Cliff Burton. None-the-less, if you''re a Metallica fan, especially an old one like me, you should have this record.

I like the mix on this better than "...And Justice for All." I''ve always felt the drums were too dry and the there was very little bass. "Hardwired to Self-Destruct" is closer to that phat sound from their first three albums.

As far as the tunes, I don''t know if any of them stuck out to me yet. I don''t think I''ll be humming any of them on my way to work tomorrow at 2:30 am., but then again, I''m always slow to absorb new music. I might have written a different review after a month of listening instead of just after my first listen. I will say there are plenty of great moments. The thing that I love about thrash-metal is the same as what I love in old-time fiddle music: driving rhythms. This albums is full of them, in fact I say: it rocks.
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Ben
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Not your Dad''s Metallica.... and that ain''t a bad thing.
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2017
Been a devoted fan since the 80s. Metallica and Iron Maiden have long been my 1a and 1b favorite bands. That said, while I feel their post Justice catalog is better than some claim (the Black album is a GREAT Heavy Metal album, and Load is an awesome Heavy Alt Rock... See more
Been a devoted fan since the 80s. Metallica and Iron Maiden have long been my 1a and 1b favorite bands.
That said, while I feel their post Justice catalog is better than some claim (the Black album is a GREAT Heavy Metal album, and Load is an awesome Heavy Alt Rock listen), I freely admit Reload and St Anger were mostly garbage with a few highlights. Death Magnetic even, IMO, has not aged as well as hoped, as a whole. Only time will tell if that is the case here.

If one is coming into this expecting a retread of Ride the Lightning...they will go away disappointed. This isn''t that. What it is, is a varied, diverse album, showcasing sonic lessons learned form their ENTIRE career. You have songs that have elements of MoP AND Reload in the same track, etc. You have two killer thrash tracks, with Spit Out the Bone being not just one of the best Metallic attacks in ages, but one of the best Thrash Tracks in the last 20 years.

One of the high points to me though IS that very diversity of sound. A few tracks that I was not so big on initially have grown on me, precisely because of their different vibe and sound, tracks like the (admittedly oddly/stupidly titled) ManUnkind, and Murder One. Everyone is already familiar with Hardwired, Atlas and Moth, but I feel Confusion is an absolutely underrated track, and probably my second fave on the album. Halo on Fire in some ways reminds me of The Day that Never Comes, but as that track is still a highlight from DM, that''s not a bad thing, IMO. Also Rob''s bass lines for this album are the best Metallica has had since MoP, bar none.

If it has a failing, it''s that it does suffer from some bloat. They could easily have cut out 2 or so of the mid tempo tracks (opinions will vary as to which two, but I would be fine without Am I Savage and Dream No More, as both to me are relatively repetitive and boring).

That said, this album essentially begins and ends with Spit Out the Bone. Not only is it wildly aggressive to a level that Metallica hasn''t really touched since Kill Em All, but it''s an wonderfully layered and progressive track, instead of just mindless aggression. The tempo shifts are great, and the solos and breakdown are both fabulous.

I''d give this a 4.5 if I could figure out how, just because of the bloat, but overall, it''s a genuine keeper.
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Best Metallica In Recent Years
Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2018
This album is on 2 cd''s and comes in the tri-fold case with booklet. The packaging is well executed. The music is really good, although the lyrics on the title track leave something to be desired. In fact, the first disc gets a 3 star rating. It''s good but not great.... See more
This album is on 2 cd''s and comes in the tri-fold case with booklet. The packaging is well executed. The music is really good, although the lyrics on the title track leave something to be desired. In fact, the first disc gets a 3 star rating. It''s good but not great. The second half of the album is 5 stars all the way! The songs on the second disk are as good as it gets from modern era Metallica...which is really fantastic.
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ZadNostrom
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Metal Masterwork That Follows Through On The Promise of Death Magnetic
Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2018
Hardwired to Self-Destruct follows through on the ''returning to your roots'' promise of Death Magnetic and the end result is an album that is easily one of their best and holds up to even the Cliff Burton trilogy. Death Magnetic can be considered the prologue, and HWTSD... See more
Hardwired to Self-Destruct follows through on the ''returning to your roots'' promise of Death Magnetic and the end result is an album that is easily one of their best and holds up to even the Cliff Burton trilogy. Death Magnetic can be considered the prologue, and HWTSD being the feature presentation. They have a more seasoned, mature sound but this is still very much the same band that helped create that thrash metal sound back in the 80s. Highly recommended!
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Ken H.
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A Literary Collection Of Songs About Dealing With The Effects Of Torture.
Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2017
The follow up to Death Magnetic and Beyond Magnetic (or Lulu with Lou Reed if you consider that experimental album part of the Metallica lineup) is an exploration of the hardships involved with dealing with extraordinary circumstances that are dealt with throughout... See more
The follow up to Death Magnetic and Beyond Magnetic (or Lulu with Lou Reed if you consider that experimental album part of the Metallica lineup) is an exploration of the hardships involved with dealing with extraordinary circumstances that are dealt with throughout life.

The sonic quality encapsulates all 4 of the eras of Metallica (Cliff Burton, Jason Newstead, Bob Rock, and the current Robert Truilljo one), so this is the ideal album for someone who likes all of Metallica''s output.

The pictures take getting used to, but they add to the artistic presentation.
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D.Mc
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Gettin there!
Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2018
In my opinion this is the best album since ''91 Metallica has had since "METALLICA" and sadly that ain''t saying much, but at least now they''re going back to their roots more and more. That''s if they don''t change their sound once again. I did like the album and I... See more
In my opinion this is the best album since ''91 Metallica has had since "METALLICA" and sadly that ain''t saying much, but at least now they''re going back to their roots more and more. That''s if they don''t change their sound once again. I did like the album and I just hope they keep doin'' what they''re doin'' and I''ll stay content.
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Patrick
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Best album since And Justice for All
Reviewed in the United States on April 23, 2019
Master of Puppets (1986) and And Justice for All (1988) are my two favorite Metallica Albums. The black album was “meh” and I pretend like that was the last album they ever made. This one though!!!! It’s awesome!!!! Love it. Bought the CD cause mp3 compression does heavy... See more
Master of Puppets (1986) and And Justice for All (1988) are my two favorite Metallica Albums. The black album was “meh” and I pretend like that was the last album they ever made. This one though!!!! It’s awesome!!!! Love it. Bought the CD cause mp3 compression does heavy metal (and most music) a serious disservice. A lot gets lost. It’s sounds amazing with the volume cranked.
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Steven
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Album!
Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2017
After 30 years the band''s still got it! I recommend to any Metallica fan, or anyone who likes some heavy metal. Great value: you get a digital copy for your amazon account along with the two disc set.
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Daz
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great album despite some filler
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 1, 2017
I’ve had it since it came out and I still love it. It doesn’t quite rank with their first 5 albums but it’s the best thing they have done in 25 years. The problem it has is that some of the songs are too long for their own good, you lose interest. Songs like now that we’re...See more
I’ve had it since it came out and I still love it. It doesn’t quite rank with their first 5 albums but it’s the best thing they have done in 25 years. The problem it has is that some of the songs are too long for their own good, you lose interest. Songs like now that we’re dead have decent riffs and is generally a good song but it goes on for too long and that kills it, others in this category are Manunkind and here comes revenge. The only songs I actively don’t like are murder one and am I savage more because they are forgettable than anything offensively bad. The annoying thing is they could have dropped those two songs, cut a few mins of some of the others and still had a 10 track album weighing in at around an hour. Remember there are only 8 songs on ride and master and both are under an hour in total, something to be said about quality over quantity. All that negativity aside there are some fantastic tracks, hardwired is a short sharp punch in the face a perfect opener a la Battery / Fight Fire. Atlas rise is brilliant, it’s like Metallica do Iron Maiden, great guitar melodies and harmonies. Now that we’re dead has a great riff, it’s a slower chugging along kind of song, wouldn’t be out of place on the black album, but as I said above it’s too long for its own good. Moth into flame is great, proper old school Metallica thrash metal with a sing along chorus, the riff on the second part of the song is probably my favourite on the album. Dream no more is another slow one it kind of reminds me of sad but true, again could lose a minute or two and benefit from it. Halo on fire, arguably my favourite on the album, starts slow with a beautiful clean guitar riff then builds up to an fantastic instrumental section. It’s possibly a bit cheesy but I don’t care. Confusion is another one of my favourites, again possibly a bit cheesy, I love the lead guitar over James singing, some great guitar and vocal harmonies, the second heavier part of the song is slightly forgettable but the first part is good enough to carry it. Manunkind, I initially didn’t like this song but it’s grown on me, the chorus riff is great, first couple and last couple of minutes are forgettable all the good stuffs in the middle. Here comes revenge I really like, the main riff is a cracker but it just goes on too long. Am I savage and murder one as I said I’m not a big fan of, the video for murder one is very cool though. Spit out the bone, a lot of people’s favourite, personnaly not my favourite but it’s still a great song, sounds like some kill em all stuff, it’s fast and furious stuff! The production is better than on Death Magnetic but it still isn’t the best, it’s by no means bad but it’s too muddy and doesn’t have the same brutal edge to the guitars that their earlier stuff has.
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S. Lornie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
No Surface Noise, Sounds Excellent!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 10, 2018
Metallica is a band I have not paid much attention to in a long while. I really didn''t like Death Magnetic, I thought it was a terrible bloated mess. Thankfully, Hardwired To Self Destruct was a whole new monster. It had a selection of great tunes that ranged from thrash...See more
Metallica is a band I have not paid much attention to in a long while. I really didn''t like Death Magnetic, I thought it was a terrible bloated mess. Thankfully, Hardwired To Self Destruct was a whole new monster. It had a selection of great tunes that ranged from thrash metal to more down to earth Load based songs. Anyway, this review is not on the music itself but for the Vinyl release of the album. For those interesting on picking this album up on wax, do so and you will not regret it. Not only does it sound considerably better than the CD but it is also one of the quietest LPs I have ever bought. It is a well known fact that Metallica love to brick wall their CDs and playing this record really demonstrated how bad it can be. I am genuinely impressed at the lack of surface noise and how smooth the sound is overall. The drums sound like they have a full range of dynamics. The bass drum is very powerful and the cymbals seem to be intact with no noticeable distortion etc when struck. The guitars have a satisfying punch and the crunchy metallic guitar tones really pop. James Hetfield''s trademark snarl is front and centre, sounding the best he has since the mid ''90s. Another thing that benefits this album is the fact it''s spread across two LPs. This little break helps give the listener a breather between songs and compared to the CD, it makes the album feel like less of a slog due to its lengthy run time. If you''re a metal fan and don''t own this record, I honestly think this album should be a must buy. If you''re lucky, you might pick up one of the red Record Store Day releases. If you do, it''s a nice looking package and will look nice in your collection.
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I. H. Roblin
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Dramatic, exciting & epic
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 23, 2017
The first two tracks epitomise Metallica today : the title track is a fast-moving & typically dynamic Thrash song while ''Atlas, rise !'' is all classic hard rock which, for some reason, some die-hard fans resent. This is dramatic, exciting & epic hard rock throughout...See more
The first two tracks epitomise Metallica today : the title track is a fast-moving & typically dynamic Thrash song while ''Atlas, rise !'' is all classic hard rock which, for some reason, some die-hard fans resent. This is dramatic, exciting & epic hard rock throughout where the drum & guitar sound is exhilarating and energising. Bizarrely, the vocals on the second CD are un-Hetfieldesque at times but the tunes are great. Highlights : pour moi, the opening tracks, ''Now that we''re dead'', ''Halo on fire'', ''Confusion'' & ''Murder one''. Like a fine wine, Metallica mature.
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Ross
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Their best since the "Black Album"
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 12, 2019
The first 4 Metallica albums are seen as thrash classics, for good reason. The Black Album was a turning point in terms of sound, but still excellent, as well as the album that got me into their music in the first place. Load and Reload had a more mixed reaction from fans...See more
The first 4 Metallica albums are seen as thrash classics, for good reason. The Black Album was a turning point in terms of sound, but still excellent, as well as the album that got me into their music in the first place. Load and Reload had a more mixed reaction from fans but I really enjoyed them. St. Anger is definitely their weakest effort, but Death Magnetic got them back on track. Hardwired...To Self-Destruct is easily my favourite since the Black Album and even contains a few songs destined to be classics years from now. The production on the record is a marked improvement over the previous 2 albums, the guitars, bass and drums are full of adrenaline, James Hetfield''s vocals sound great. My favourite track has to be "Halo on Fire", which contains one of James'' best vocal performances of his entire career, as well as an infectious chorus and an incredible outro that is well worth the 6 minute wait. Other favourites would be "Spit Out the Bone" (a perfect way to close the album), "Atlas, Rise!", "Moth into Flame" and "Dream No More". The album may seem a bit long-winded as a full listen (especially when it seems to never let up in terms of speed), but it''s the perfect album to go back and listen to 4 or 5 tracks in bursts, before listening to more later on. If you''re a Metallica fan from any of their eras, it''s worth a look.
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Pretty flippin'' good!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 17, 2019
I''d just about written Metallica off. I thought their glory days were behind them , but this release surprised me. Sort of a classic album , with a touch of old : Masters... , with a touch of Load & ...Magnetic. It''s a melange of their previous releases while still trying...See more
I''d just about written Metallica off. I thought their glory days were behind them , but this release surprised me. Sort of a classic album , with a touch of old : Masters... , with a touch of Load & ...Magnetic. It''s a melange of their previous releases while still trying to progress & do something different , not as I thought a rehash. All in all , well done lads , well worth the price of admission. Interesting to see where the next album will take you.
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