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Metallica Preps ‘Monster’ of an EP
NEW YORK (Billboard) – In conjunction with the July 9 opening of the Metallica documentary “Some Kind of Monster,” the band will issue an eight-track EP of the same name.
The Elektra package, set for a July 13 release, will feature two versions of the song from which the film takes its moniker: one drawn from the 2003 album “St. Anger” and an edit by producer Bob Rock.
Six live tracks recorded June 11, 2003, in Paris, are also featured: “The Four Horsemen,” “Damage, Inc.,” “Leper Messiah,” “Motorbreath,” “Ride the Lightning” and “Hit the Lights.” Limited editions of the EP will bundled with a compressed T-shirt in large and extra-large sizes, emblazoned with the film’s poster art.
Directed by Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky, “Some Kind of Monster” offers an unvarnished behind-the-scenes look at Metallica’s recent past, including the departure of longtime bassist Jason Newsted and vocalist James Hetfield’s stint in rehab.
Metallica is in the midst of a European tour that ran into a snag Sunday night at the U.K.’s Download Festival, when drummer Lars Ulrich was unable to perform due to an undisclosed medical emergency. According to the group’s official Web site, Ulrich was ably replaced during the 11-song set by Slipknot’s Joey Jordison, Slayer’s Dave Lombardo and Ulrich’s own drum tech.
Metallica will shift from Elektra to Warner Bros. Records for its next studio album, which Ulrich told Billboard won’t begin taking shape until next year.