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Tag Archives: St. Anger

Invisible Kids, or: how I learned to love Metallica in spite of them

Posted by on November 18, 2016

I like Metallica. This is not a hot take. However, I feel the need to severely front-load this piece with the ultimate point of the whole thing for a few reasons, the most important one being that I’m going against my better judgment and outing myself as being in my mid 20s in an internet […]

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Some guys re-recorded Metallica’s St. Anger and made it sound listenable

Posted by on January 14, 2015

[youtube]http://youtu.be/zCiNPgoGa6M[/youtube] Until Lulu was released, Metallica’s 2003 album St. Anger was the band’s most polarizing album. OK, let’s be honest and call it Metallica’s most-hated album until Lulu. Aside from the album being 75 minutes long and not containing a single guitar solo, there was a lot of criticism about the overall sound of the record. Bob Rock, […]

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St. Anger Gets Some Respect On Its Tenth Birthday

Posted by on June 5, 2013

On this day a decade ago, I was caught up in a frenzy of people excited about a new Metallica album. It was all my friends and I could talk about. It was going to be everything that we had wanted for so long. Metallica was going to be heavy again. Metallica was going to […]

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Headbangers’ Brawl 6/10: Who Cares What Critics Say?

Posted by on June 10, 2011

Headbanger’s Brawl is a weekly column where Metal Insider’s Bram and Zach take a moment to debate and analyze two opposing sides of a topical issue occurring in the world of metal and/or the music industry. In case you’ve ignored the metal blogosphere for the past week or so, Morbid Angel came out with a new album […]

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