Metallica releasing new DVD

2012-03-14 by Systemunfolded | 37 Comments
Metallica will be releasing their new live DVD entitled The Early Days on April 2. The DVD will feature footage from the band's Load and Unload tours from back in 1997 and 1999.











Track list:

- So What
- Master of Puppets
- King Nothing
- Sad But True
- Fuel
- Hero of the Day
- Ain't My Bitch
- One
- Until It Sleeps
- For Whom the Bell Tolls
- Stone Cold Crazy
- Last Caress
- Enter Sandman
- Nothing Else Matters
- Battery


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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
March 14th 2012
3823 Comments


WTF is with this band lately ? don't they have a PR or someone to consult with when they choose titles and all kinds of stuff. first Lulu (bad decision as a whole), then the Orion Music + More (terrible title), now The Early Years actually meaning 96-97.

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Aphrodisiac
March 14th 2012
1739 Comments


One of the most critically acclaimed bands ever to exist

Shuyin
March 14th 2012
12693 Comments


cashing in hard

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SpiritCrusher2
March 14th 2012
4426 Comments


srsly wtf?!

Aids
March 14th 2012
24225 Comments


so much wtf in this article

thumbcrusher
March 14th 2012
3719 Comments


hmmm there's something rather odd about everything here

LepreCon
March 14th 2012
4941 Comments


Load came out (teeheehee) 16 years ago... I feel old =(

FrFRfr
March 14th 2012
64 Comments


"One of the most critically acclaimed bands ever to exist, Metallica."

"The DVD is expected to contain content from two "early" Metallica concerts. But in fact, the concerts are from the "Load/Reload" tour."

LOL.

thedougler
March 14th 2012
212 Comments


whooooo cares

The7thVermicide
March 14th 2012
925 Comments


Cmon , I enjoy metallica ,I even like death magnetic but the shit that they launched recently I can┬┤t even recommend to the tables or to the fans of the tables

AsoTamaki
March 14th 2012
2525 Comments


Lol, ridiculous. Oh well. The versions of "Until It Sleeps" and "King Nothing" from this show rule.

Ikarus14
March 14th 2012
691 Comments


For feck sake, who even gives a damn about this band anymore?

AsoTamaki
March 14th 2012
2525 Comments


You, me and millions of other people around the world.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
March 14th 2012
19743 Comments


gay

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CrownOfMagnets
March 14th 2012
2334 Comments


oh nice isn't this the era where James had that uber-gay mullet? lol

ncguitar
March 14th 2012
2592 Comments


cha-ching $$$

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
March 14th 2012
51942 Comments


They ripped off Maiden

AdenZerda
March 14th 2012
118 Comments


Bills must be catching up with them

MO
March 14th 2012
20288 Comments


yea, Load/Reload were the early days alright!!

Mabbitt
March 14th 2012
1453 Comments


They should release a dvd with stuff from pre-kill em all through the touring for ride the lightning

maidenpmcc
March 14th 2012
1438 Comments


They ripped off Maiden [2]

YankeeDudel
March 14th 2012
9341 Comments


Its crazy how popular this band still is considering they havent put out a good album in 20 years. I mean shit I'll always love their actual "early days" stuff but Ive never seen a more popular band whose only put out 4 mediocre/bad albums in the past 2 decades. The Black Album is still paying off to this day. Props to them for milking it as long as possible.

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AtomicWaste
Moderator
March 15th 2012
2266 Comments


6th-7th studio album...

...Early years...

...Sure.

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Activista anti-MTV
March 15th 2012
3150 Comments


Metallica is pretty great. thanks cone

Dunpeal
March 15th 2012
4014 Comments


Sad But True

00mee
March 15th 2012
225 Comments


Apparently Metallica didn't like having their concerts filmed until s+m era;So I guess pre load footage doesnt exactly exist.

I'm sure if it did, they'd be cashing in on it like no tomorrow

Sciroccu
March 15th 2012
839 Comments


meh, wrong setlist.

Ikarus14
March 15th 2012
691 Comments


@AsoTamaki: Well, I sure hope they kissed you first, then.

The7thVermicide
March 15th 2012
925 Comments


Black album was great ,Garage Inc and S&M were consistent too; load / reload aren't bad either but those to albums seems more like an alternative metal record

TheNotrap
March 15th 2012
8378 Comments


I miss something here...
Early days?

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Brew
March 15th 2012
24 Comments


So they're basically re-releasing a condensed version of Cunning Stunts? Lame.

Hospital
March 15th 2012
2090 Comments


Fuck yeah I hope they cover slipknot

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
March 15th 2012
19724 Comments


bleah, playing in the center like that looks awful

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Poet
March 15th 2012
5966 Comments


GIMME FUE GIMME FAI GIMME DAWAZABADA´╗┐

Brink
March 15th 2012
19 Comments


I've literally had just about as much as I can take from these guys...not even a few legendary albums in the 80s can excuse some of their recent fagotry.

demigod!
March 15th 2012
47465 Comments


who the hell would buy this garbage piece of crappy shit?

Shergar
March 17th 2012
1 Comments


This is pretty much the same as ' cunning stunts ' . Rip off



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