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Kirk Hammett Reveals: “Exchanging ideas for the new METALLICA album”

Kirk Hammett reveals his latest interview on how is it going to be a new METALLICA album. This upcoming album is so close after the “Hardwired… To Self-Destruct” record.

METALLICA‘s latest album “Hardwired… To Self-Destruct” out in 2016. After this album, the band kicks off their concert tours around the world. When the pandemic started, they stop and reimagined the upcoming shows again. In the meantime, they also working on a new METALLICA album. The band’s last year ‘S&M2’ performance took place on September 6 and 8th, 2019. The project also features 20 songs (over 2.5 hours) from the two-night event that opened the San Francisco Chase Center. S&M2 project available here. We also know his tragic story for lost idea materials for “Hardwired… To Self-Destruct” album.

During an interview with Uproxx, Kirk Hammett talks about the new METALLICA album:

“We have weekly check-ins, and the dialogue has been steered towards what we’re going to be doing in the immediate future. I’ve been using this time to go through all my musical ideas that I’ve come up with. In the last three or four years, it’s over 600 ideas.

It’s taken me a couple of months to go through it all. But they’ve been sent into the big musical idea bank, and we’re starting to talk about going through all that stuff, and exchanging ideas, and just starting to get the ball rolling towards creating some new material.”

Hammett added:

“There’s a lot we can do remotely, but I really think that we all need to be together in the same room, to really create some really, really, really great songs and music. The magic really happens when we’re all in the same room, breathing the same air, even though that can be deadly.”

You can watch the METALLICA‘s “No Leaf Clover” song performance with San Francisco Symphony Orchestra below.

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