Metallica - Unveil 1986 Live Version Of 'For Whom The Bell Tolls'


Back to the 80s. The iconic Metallica will release a deluxe box set and 3-CD expanded edition of their classic album, Master Of Puppets. Because of that, you can now check out a live version of "For Whom The Bell Tolls" that was recorded on August 3rd, 1986 at Hampton Coliseum and is featured in the upcoming release.

The show in question saw Metallica playing with John Marshall on rhythm guitar, as frontman James Hetfield had broken his arm earlier in the summer. It also features late bassist Cliff Burton as well.




You can pre-order the release here.




The limited edition deluxe numbered box set of Master Of Puppets including three vinyl records (with a MP3 Download Card), ten CDs, two DVDs, one cassette, a hardcover book including never-before-seen photos, a folder containing handwritten lyrics, a set of six buttons and a "Damage, Inc." lithograph. It will be available everywhere on November 10th.

Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Metallica
 
Posted: 22.09.2017 by BloodTears


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22.09.2017 - 16:20
† RaVeN †
Man did they sound good back in the days! James' voice was killer
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22.09.2017 - 16:56
ScreamingSteelUS
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How are there still live Metallica recordings that have not been released yet? Seems like every week they've got some new thing they can monetize.
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22.09.2017 - 19:06
VIG
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Written by ScreamingSteelUS on 22.09.2017 at 16:56

How are there still live Metallica recordings that have not been released yet? Seems like every week they've got some new thing they can monetize.

and there are the unofficial videos on YouTube
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23.09.2017 - 00:28
chivo_aic
Ohh well, now Lars will get his gold-plated shark tank bar
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26.09.2017 - 09:20
K†ulu
Seeker of Truth
Haha, "Mr. John Marshal... and Mr. Cliff Burton." James being classy. Great performance though. Cliff is having fun with the leading bass at the beginning. A joy to hear that. Good ol' days.
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26.09.2017 - 09:58
Marcel Hubregtse
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Doesn't anyone else find it strange they released a 1986 live version of a song which was originally featured on Ride The Lightning on an a re-release of an album from 1988 (Master Of Puppets) instead of on the re-release of Ride The Lightning?
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