Metallica -Hardwired… to Self-Destruct


Disc 1
1. Hardwired
2. Atlas, Rise!
3. Now That We’re Dead
4. Moth into Flame
5. Dream No More
6. Halo on Fire
Disc 2
1. Confusion
2. ManUNkind
3. Here Comes Revenge
4. Am I Savage?
5. Murder One
6. Spit Out the Bone


If you expected a full thrash metal album, then, this record is not for you. Metallica was always bigger than thrash metal itself, and that`s a really positive thing. That`s the main reason of their success in last 25 years. But if your ears are widely open, you will like this record.

Not so long time ago, a big bang in a whole metal world happened. The biggest metal band on the world released a new studio album. We were waiting for 8 years for this album. Many people thought that this will never happen, because 8 years between two releases is much time. Some people were predicting that it will be a pile of shit, and other people were predicting that it will be a masterpiece, and all those statements were made even before first singles. So, what have we got?

The title track, Moth into flame and Atlas, rise! were released as singles before album. Hardwired is a pure speed/thrash fast and furious opener, just like in the early days. Moth into flame and Atlas, rise! are thrash influenced, but they are mainly melodic heavy metal songs with big NWOBHM influence, which is a great thing.

Metallica is one of the really few bands that never went far from hard rock/NWOBHM roots, and we can hear it clearly on this album. They are more melodic than ever. Some will like it and some will hate it, just like every other thing in this life. Now that we`re dead is a classic Black album-esque groovy track. It has a really dumb beginning, which is one of the low points of this album. But the rest of the song is great with stron verse and chorus. Halo on fire is a power ballad, and it`s the longest track on the album. It sounds like some strange mix between Load and Black album styles.

Kirk Hammet played one of his most beautiful solos ever, and that`s one of the best things about this song, and it can be one of the masterpieces in their catalogue. The band made a little homage to their late hero, Lemmy Kilmister, who died last year. Maybe everybody expected fast and dirty song, but it`s not anything near that. It starts with a clean guitar part, and it becomes a mid tempo track.

It has a solo section that is almost the same like in To live is to die from …And justice for all album. The song is ok, but nothing more than that. Am I savage is forgettable and maybe the only really bad song on this album. It`s simply unnecessary. Spit out the bone is the album closer, and it was the hidden trump of this album.

Fast and melodic thrash metal anthem crushes everything around. It`s maybe one of their best songs ever and it sure would be a classic if it was from eighties. In generally, expectations are fulfilled. The boys came with really good record which is really fresh and strong, but some things are recycled from the past.

There are many Black album and Load/Reload moments which are cool, but we are used to hear different stuff on every Metallica album. The production is similar to Black album, but it has to be thicker and more natural. If you expected a full thrash metal album, then, this record is not for you. Metallica was always bigger than thrash metal itself, and that`s a really positive thing. That`s the main reason of their success in last 25 years. But if your ears are widely opened, you will like this record.

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Rating Album:7,5/10

Mateja Cveticanin

Rating album: SVENTEVITH

Mateja Cveticanin as a tall creature which sees and hears everything, and that`s one of the most important things in this fight for our (rock`n`roll) world. I`m dedicated to music in every possible way.

Metallica released third new song “Atlas, Rise!”

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Thrash metal giants Metallica released their third song “Atlas, Rise!” from their 10th upcoming album “Hardwired… To Self-Destruct” which is going to be released in 18th November.

Here is what Metallica said about the album and the song:

“Less than three weeks now until all 12 new tracks from Hardwired…To Self-Destruct_are cut loose for good and today we’re proud to bring you the third and final sneak peek from the album, _Atlas, Rise!

“Hopefully, you will hear it on your local radio station and check out the video by Clark Eddy, our master editor and the unsung hero of the making-of-the-album “behind the scenes” clips that have graced and Mission Metallica over the years.

“It’s been a crazy, exciting, hectic, insane wild ride since we unleashed the first song and title track to the album on August 18 and if you have somehow managed to avoid us since then, Hardwired…To Self-Destruct hits the streets on November 18, 2016.

“The album was produced by Greg Fidelman, along with James and Lars, and is available for pre-order in a variety of configurations including 12 songs on a double CD, vinyl, digital download, as well as a deluxe version including cover songs and live tracks.

“We’re looking forward to celebrating with you in the coming weeks, months and years as we’ll be visiting Europe in a couple of weeks, have a few other tricks up our sleeves for the remainder of the year, and of course, the WorldWired tour invades in 2017. See you soon!”

So Metallica is back again, and this time for sure with their old sound. Great riffs, fast thrash metal tempo, that will blow your mind, be thrash, stay metal to the flesh and bone.

Metallica realeased new music video of the song “Hardwired”

Metallica realeased new music video of the song “Hardwired”


Legendary American thrash metal band Metallica realesed the music video for the song “Hardwired” from their upcoming album ” Hardwired…To Self-Destruct”which will be out in 18th November. With Metallica’s comercial approuch to music, with this new song, they are going back to thier roots in the beggining of thier musical carrer. Enjoy the video, with new Metallica, or should I say the old one.