The star saxophonist takes the track on a cosmic jazz odyssey.
Commonly referred to as “The Black Album”, Metallica’s self-titled record packed a bigger punch than ever before, upping the ante on heavy metal.
The new collection includes hoodies, flannels, jerseys and hats, all inspired by the band's music and art.
Speaking to Metal Hammer, bassist Robert Trujillo revealed that the next record will feature more contributions from the whole band.
Metallica are one of the most successful metal bands of all time, comprised of James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett, and Robert Trujillo and with a peerless career that's included classic albums...
The pre-recorded show will be broadcast at drive-ins across North America later this month.
The band’s upcoming live album and documentary, S&M² is scheduled to hit stores on August 28.
The concert is the latest pick in the band’s official ‘Metallica Mondays’ video series.
The show, recorded at the John Lennon Auditorio, is the latest in the band's on-going 'Metallica Mondays' archival video series.
The latest in the ‘Metallica Mondays’ livestream series features Kirk Hammett and Rob Trujillo covering The Stone Roses’ ‘I Wanna Be Adored’
The new collection draws inspiration from the band's biggest albums, including 1991’s 'Metallica (the Black Album)'.
Lars Ulrich says, 'I can tell you that all four of us are really excited about what that could look like.
The band made the donation through its All Within My Hands non-profit foundation.
The film will now be returning for one more night in cinemas worldwide on 30 October.
It's become a tradition for Metallica to pay tribute to artists who come from the cities or the countries they are playing in.