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Timotheus wrote:
Andy92 wrote:h8r
Come at me, bro.
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Andy92 wrote:
Timotheus wrote:
Andy92 wrote:h8r
Come at me, bro.
No u!
No need to hate on Timo just because he's right :lol

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Anywhere the word "Metallica" is mentioned you will always find H8R's :lol
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The Plotblocker wrote:Anywhere the word "Metaliica" is mentioned you will always find H8R's :lol
Considering it's 'Metaliica' and not Metallica' they're hating on, I'd say their hate is misplaced :lol

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Andy was joking of course.. No h8 here.
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SHEAKENBAKEN wrote:
The Plotblocker wrote:Anywhere the word "Metaliica" is mentioned you will always find H8R's :lol
Considering it's 'Metaliica' and not Metallica' they're hating on, I'd say their hate is misplaced :lol
Lol, corrected ;0 But that did remind me of some footage I have seen of James bitching because a roadie spelled it "Metlica" LOL. He is all like "fuck man, not we've been together for like 20 fucking years"
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SHEAKENBAKEN wrote:
Andy92 wrote:
Timotheus wrote:
Andy92 wrote:h8r
Come at me, bro.
No u!
No need to hate on Timo just because he's right :lol
No u!
anguyen92 wrote:Oh well. Deal with it.

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Love it. My favorite since Load. If they could have done something like this during the St Anger days, there might be fewer haters.

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This Saturday night I went to a cultural center, where they projected a presentation of the new album. It was an incredible experience, I really enjoyed it.

It was in an assembly hall (I don't know if this is the right word for the room), which wasn't very capacious, but it was okay. This projection started with a screen where they played a video of Trujillo greeting Argentina and to enjoy the presentation, then they played the video for Hardwired. After that, the screen went up and the presentation started, which consisted of listening to the doble CD in the darkness. I never had gone to something like this before, I really enjoyed the experience, just enjoying the music, at full volume like it would be in a concert or in a movie theater if you can say it like that.

Now, about the album, I really dig it, a very solid album. I have to be honest, till this listening event I hadn't heard nothing from the album. :/

I have been listening to the album all day.

PD: I had fun at the venue too, just looking at the people that was around. There wasn't much people, but although it was manly fans of the band, there was people that either they couldn't stand the volume of music or they didn't like heavy metal, as after 4 or 5 songs, they went away. The only thing that bothered me was that there was people who they didn't care about anything and were using their phones, whatsover it was for using it to reply a text or using it as a lantern to exit of the room and the light was annoying and there were 'security' people too that were pointing out with lanterns (I think) to people who used their phones but people in general does't care about the warnings of shutting down the damn phone and just enjoy the music.
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Doom wrote:This Saturday night I went to a cultural center, where they projected a presentation of the new album. It was an incredible experience, I really enjoyed it.

It was in an assembly hall (I don't know if this is the right word for the room), which wasn't very capacious, but it was okay. This projection started with a screen where they played a video of Trujillo greeting Argentina and to enjoy the presentation, then they played the video for Hardwired. After that, the screen went up and the presentation started, which consisted of listening to the doble CD in the darkness. I never had gone to something like this before, I really enjoyed the experience, just enjoying the music, at full volume like it would be in a concert or in a movie theater if you can say it like that.

Now, about the album, I really dig it, a very solid album. I have to be honest, till this listening event I hadn't heard nothing from the album. :/

I have been listening to the album all day.

PD: I had fun at the venue too, just looking at the people that was around. There wasn't much people, but although it was manly fans of the band, there was people that either they couldn't stand the volume of music or they didn't like heavy metal, as after 4 or 5 songs, they went away. The only thing that bothered me was that there was people who they didn't care about anything and were using their phones, whatsover it was for using it to reply a text or using it as a lantern to exit of the room and the light was annoying and there were 'security' people too that were pointing out with lanterns (I think) to people who used their phones but people in general does't care about the warnings of shutting down the damn phone and just enjoy the music.
Oh man that sounds really kool. I would have loved to go to something like that to hear this for the first time. Did try to go to the House of Vans show, but even though I entered 9 times, I did not win.
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One Drew Remains wrote:Love it. My favorite since Load. If they could have done something like this during the St Anger days, there might be fewer haters.

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I agree. This album feels like what they could have released after the Loads in the late 90s early 2000s if they could have kept their stuff together. It combines elements of their earlier stuff but specific TBA and the Loads.

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The album feels like the Load and ....And Justice albums got together and made a baby, then raised that baby properly, with love and respect and metal in their hearts.
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Well said. I agree.
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Metallica has announced a NA stadium tour with support from either Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat, and/or Gojira.

05/10 – Baltimore, Md. – M&T Bank Stadium*^
05/12 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Lincoln Financial Field*^
05/14 – East Rutherford, N.J. – MetLife Stadium*^
05/17 – Uniondale, N.Y. – New Coliseum^
05/19 – Boston, Mass. – Gillette Stadium ^
05/21 – Columbus, Ohio – Rock On The Range Festival (SOLD OUT)
06/04 – St. Louis, Mo. – Busch Stadium^
06/07 – Denver, Colo. – Sports Authority Field*^
06/11 – Houston, Texas – NRG Stadium*^
06/14 – San Antonio, Texas – Alamodome*
06/16 – Dallas, Texas – AT&T Stadium*
06/18 – Chicago, Ill. – Soldier Field*
07/05 – Orlando, Fla. – Camping World Stadium*^
07/07 – Miami, Fla. – Hard Rock Stadium*^
07/09 – Atlanta, Ga. – Suntrust Park*^
07/12 – Detroit, Mich. – Comerica Park*^
07/14 – Quebec City, Quebec- Festival D’Ete
07/16 – Toronto, Ontario – Rogers Centre*^
07/19 – Montreal, Quebec – Parc Jean-Drapeau*^
07/29 – Los Angeles, Calif. – Rose Bowl*+
08/04 – Phoenix, Ariz. – University of Phoenix Stadium*+
08/06 – San Diego, Calif. – Petco Park*+
08/09 – Seattle, Wash. – Centurylink Field*+
08/14 – Vancouver, British Columbia – BC Place*+
08/16 – Edmonton, Alberta – Commonwealth Stadium*+

*With Avenged Sevenfold
^With Volbeat
+With Gojira

http://loudwire.com/metallica-2017-nort ... ck=tsmclip

I'm very tempted at the Rose Bowl date as they have both A7X and Gojira supporting. I'll consider it if the right price intrigues me depending on where I am at in the job front.

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I hate this whole trend of stadium tours. I saw Metallica twice at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL with the circle stage and there was not a bad seat in the house. I fear the acoustics will be bad especially the side seats. However, I'm still going to try and go and hopefully get some decent floor tickets.

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Oh yeah, there's no better feeling to experience Metallica than an indoor arena with them being center stage. However, it's been 8 years since they did a full-on tour in NA. Lots of people is going to want to see them and Metallica, at their age, probably doesn't want to play too many shows at a time so, to them, this is a good option.

This tour will sell fast unless the promoters goes too crazy with the pricing.

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I'd definitely make the drive to one of the east coast shows if they weren't headlining ROTR. A7X and Volbeat as support is a really strong show.
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What's the price for this tour?

Ok, found it :lol

Toronto has only this on fan club pre sale
$186.25 - GA Floor
$186.25 - Reserved Price 1
$150.75 - Reserved Price 2

and USA generally- 55$-155$
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Not a surprise honestly. They've only been the biggest metal/hard rock name for over 30 years.

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tzAB wrote:Not a surprise honestly. They've only been the biggest metal/hard rock name for over 30 years.
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