Heavy Metal band `Metallica` releases first album since 2016 – `72 Seasons`
heavy metal legends Metallica have released their 12th studio album, and `Nothing Else Matters`. The new album is titled `72 Seasons`. Produced by Greg Fidelman with Hetfield &
Ulrich, and clocking in at over 77 minutes, the 12-track `72 Seasons` is the heavy metal band`s first full length collection of new material since 2016`s `Hardwired... To Self'
-Destruct`. The album is available in 2LP 140g black vinyl and limited-edition variants, CD digital, and in Dolby Atmos. `72 Seasons` has been released under the home label of
Metallica - Blackened Recordings which has produced tracks such as `If Darkness Had a Son`, `Screaming Suicide` and first single `Lux Aterna`. The band will also embark on their
M72 world tour. The tour will feature a bold new in-the-round stage design that relocates the famed Metallica Snake Pit to center stage, as well as the I Disappear full-tour pass.
Also read: Aaron Carter accidentally drowned after taking drugs, autopsy reveals 5 months after singer's death The heavy metal band Metallica was formed in 1981. The band released
its first album titled `Kill `Em All` in 1983 but it is only until their third album, titled `Master of Puppets` (1986) that the band saw commercial success. The successive album
`...And Justice for All`, released in 1988, gave Metallica its first Grammy Award nomination. In the span of the band`s career, Metallica has released eleven studio albums, four
live albums, twelve video albums, one cover album, two extended plays, thirty-seven singles and thirty-nine music videos with nine Grammy Awards won out of the 23 nominations.