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Tag Archives: Ride the Lightning

Metallica’s James Hetfield reveals which track was never meant to be on ‘Ride The Lightning’

Posted by on March 14, 2017

Many of us are probably thinking about Metallica’s sophomore album Ride The Lightning today since the Northeast is basically “Trapped Under Ice.” Going back to this album that was released well over thirty years ago, could you imagine if it included only seven tracks? James Hetfield admitted one of these unforgettable tunes wasn’t meant for the […]

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Metallica’s “Spit Out The Lightning and Justice For All?”

Posted by on December 2, 2016

While Metallica’s tenth studio album Hardwired… To Self-Destruct has been out for exactly two weeks now and reached #1 on Global charts, GuitarRazze have spent a bit of time comparing a few of their new tunes with classic albums including Ride the Lighting and …And Justice For All. Fans and even Metallica haters have taken […]

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Ranking Metallica: The album artwork

Posted by on November 18, 2016

When you are talking about iconic metal bands you don’t get very far through the conversation before Metallica’s name gets dropped. Love or hate their post-Justice/Black Album material, pretty much nothing can taint their most classic releases at this point. Those classic albums also have some of the most recognizable artwork in metal history, adorning […]

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Red Fang: “Hopefully Early Next Year We’ll Have Our New Record Finished”

Posted by on July 5, 2012

Since 2009, when their first album was released on Sargent House, Portland’s Red Fang has quickly gained popularity. Now signed to Relapse Records, the quartet released Murder the Mountains in 2011 to glorifying reviews and hit the road with Mastodon and The Dillinger Escape Plan. Metallica took notice and invited them to grace the Damage […]

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