Tag Archives: St. Anger

Invisible Kids, or: how I learned to love Metallica in spite of them

Posted by on November 18, 2016

I like Metallica. This is not a hot take. However, I feel the need to severely front-load this piece with the ultimate point of the whole thing for a few reasons, the most important one being that I’m going against my better judgment and outing myself as being in my mid 20s in an internet […]

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Some guys re-recorded Metallica’s St. Anger and made it sound listenable

Posted by on January 14, 2015

Until Lulu was released, Metallica’s 2003 album St. Anger was the band’s most polarizing album. OK, let’s be honest and call it Metallica’s most-hated album until Lulu. Aside from the album being 75 minutes long and not containing a single guitar solo, there was a lot of criticism about the overall sound of the record. Bob Rock, who’d […]

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St. Anger Gets Some Respect On Its Tenth Birthday

Posted by on June 5, 2013

On this day a decade ago, I was caught up in a frenzy of people excited about a new Metallica album. It was all my friends and I could talk about. It was going to be everything that we had wanted for so long. Metallica was going to be heavy again. Metallica was going to […]

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Headbangers’ Brawl 6/10: Who Cares What Critics Say?

Posted by on June 10, 2011

Headbanger’s Brawl is a weekly column where Metal Insider’s Bram and Zach take a moment to debate and analyze two opposing sides of a topical issue occurring in the world of metal and/or the music industry. In case you’ve ignored the metal blogosphere for the past week or so, Morbid Angel came out with a new album […]

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