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ViperAces
June 8th 2012


12504 Comments


Oathbraker are you trying to say that Load is the best Metallica album?

undertakerpt
June 8th 2012


1379 Comments


dreadfully sorry to interrupt your discussion fellows, but does anyone have any spare change for the phonebox?

BassPlaya008
July 11th 2012


15 Comments


Like all of the songs except for "Hate Train"...but it has nice riffage.

NeoSpaz
September 21st 2012


4519 Comments


This is good. I cbf writing a review, but basically this is a step (again) in the right direction for Metallica, excluding Lars who needs to sit the fuck down and learn to play again.

I know they are aging, but at least with Death Magnetic they showed that they can (try) to release some more solid material, and here they showed that they are apparently uncapable of deciding what is good and bad material, but nonetheless shown that there is still some creative spark left in their battered machine.

Irving
Staff Reviewer
January 10th 2013


7321 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5 | Sound Off

Metallica stitching riffs together at random can hardly be called m/

Tyrael
January 10th 2013


20972 Comments


you know a band sucks when the best thing they've done in 21 years is an EP that's barely worth a positive rating

RogueNine
January 19th 2013


1417 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

In that case, you must not be talking about Metallica.
Nicely done, Aso.

XingKing
January 19th 2013


11078 Comments


They really should have just written two more songs and released this as a full album and everyone would probably assume that Metallica made somewhat of a comeback

XingKing
January 19th 2013


11078 Comments


It's also really weird how James blatantly put more effort in his vocals on these tracks and not the DM tracks.

JaySPNJ
May 10th 2013


69 Comments


Beats gay Megadeth material

wacknizzle
May 10th 2013


13696 Comments


Damn, Hetfields vocals on this are terrible. Doesn't help that the production on this sounds like a fucking demo.

Digging: Phobocosm - Deprived

RogueNine
May 12th 2013


1417 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

I mean...they did release this without being fully produced/mastered.

DaveyBoy
Staff Reviewer
September 29th 2013


20858 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Whether belated EP release "Beyond Magnetic' is a celebration of Metallica's 30th anniversary or some kind of apology for their collaboration with Lou Reed is irrelevant... It's ultimately a strong offering for what is essentially a B-sides collection. Containing 4 left-over tracks from the 'Death Magnetic' recording sessions, the rawer production could be seen as both a positive or a negative. As too could the unhinged song structures which feature many a sudden tempo change that results in an overlong 29 minute duration. And hey, it's undoubtedly better to listen to than 'Lulu'! Recommended Tracks: Hell and Back & Hate Train.

rockandmetaljunkie
September 29th 2013


3868 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

^Better listen to anything than Lulu.

Fozzie
November 20th 2013


352 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Should retitled Beyond Mediocre.

forkliftjones
May 30th 2014


378 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

James doesn't sound too great here

Arcade
Contributing Reviewer
November 13th 2014


3366 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

kill me one more time
stigmata

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tempest--
November 13th 2014


14628 Comments


random ass bump

m/

was good hearing new metallica tracks

Arcade
Contributing Reviewer
November 13th 2014


3366 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

i rarely listen to this or death magnetic, but hey those first five albums wounds all the heals

tempest--
November 13th 2014


14628 Comments


i've never agreed with you harder than right now



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