Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett Plays in Latest Carlos Santana Album

Metallica‘s famous guitarist Kirk Hammett plays and part of the latest Carlos Santana album. His new and upcoming album coming in this year.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, almost every music band and artist postponed their concerts and tours. And of the musician, we also know him as a guitar virtuoso. Carlos Santana and his band haven’t gone on tour since 2020. But he still believes in an optimistic way and, the health crisis has given him time to move forward with multiple new album projects. Now, he revealed some details about the follow-up to his latest 2019’s “Africa Speaks” album and a new one will also feature guest appearances from Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett.

During an appearance with ABC Radio, Carlos Santana talks about his upcoming album and which musicians feature:

“My brother Kirk Hammett from Metallica is playing (on its album). He’s tearing it up. I just feel really, really grateful. I’m 73 and… because of this time that I’m allowed to just replenish and nourish… all the notes are really, really juicy and powerful.

We’re all waiting patiently to get the green light. We don’t even have the yellow light yet. It’s still red. But it’s encouraging to see that auditoriums and coliseums are starting to open up in certain places. More restaurants are opening up, it seems like slowly but surely – because of the vaccine.”

We already know Kirk Hammett features on Trinity, a cover of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s song Tere Bina that played on Santana’s All That I Am album. Hammett also played on “Give The Drummer Some” which is the 2020 album by Santana’s wife, former Lenny Kravitz drummer Cindy Blackman Santana.

Also, Kirk Hammett shared a video on his Twitter to announce the news, and he added “Every morning I want to wake up with the confidence that I’m going to be starting my day with coffee that holds quality in both taste and caffeination.”

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