Tag: Metallica

80s Essentials – Volume Ten

THIS IS IT! Volume Ten has finally arrived. And with it, so does the end of Last Rites’ 80s Essentials lists. We hope you’ve had as much fun reading them as we did putting them

Through The Never And Back: One Roadie’s Journey Through Hell For… What?

Say what you will about Metallica in the new millennium, they’re not afraid of trying something new. Not content to release a mere concert film, bored as they were with the usual stage-to-screen transition, they’ve

Metallica – Beyond Magnetic Review

Metallica just doesn’t understand how to stay in our good graces. By most accounts, 2008’s Death Magnetic was a very long-awaited return to form for the Biggest Metal Band in the World. The production was a

Lou Reed & Metallica – Lulu Review

To say that I don’t “get” Lou Reed would be an understatement. (To say that I don’t like Lou Reed would be a similar understatement, as would saying that I don’t ever want to hear

90s Essentials – Volume Three

So here we are, back for more with Volume 3 of MetalReview’s 100 Most Essential Albums Of The 1990s. (If you haven’t been keeping up, click here for Vol. 1 and here for Vol. 2.)

Metallica – Death Magnetic Review

  Captain’s take: During my relatively awkward years in high school back in the mid 80’s, Metallica meant the world to me. They helped my self-confidence, they fueled my courage in times of need, and