Metallica share three new versions of ‘Wherever I May Roam’


In two tracks, J. Includes covers of Balvin and John Pardick

Metallica has shared three new versions of their song ‘Where I May Rome’ – you can listen to them all below.

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The tracks are the latest for the upcoming 30th anniversary reissue of Metallica’s self-titled fifth studio album, commonly known as ‘The Black Album’.

The first two new editions of ‘Where I May Rome’ are by J. Balvin and John Pardy, while the third is a previously unreleased live recording performed at Day on the Green in Oakland, California on October 12, 1991.

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Balvin and Pardi are the latest of 53 acts gathered for ‘The Metallica Blacklist’ to share their productions. They follow the recent covers of the likes of St. Vincent, Sam Fender, Biffy Clyro, Diet Cig and Miley Cyrus.

You can listen to all three new versions of “Wherever I Walk” below:

A special 30th anniversary edition of “The Black Album”, which includes “The Metallica Blacklist”, is set for release on September 10. Pre-order available now.

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Remastered for ultimate sound quality, ‘The Black Album’ remaster will be available in several configurations including a 180-gram double vinyl LP, standard CD and 3CD extended edition, digital and limited-edition deluxe boxsets.

The boxset will contain the remastered album on a 180-gram 2LP, one picture disc, three live LPs, 14 CDs (containing rough mixes, demos, interviews, live shows), six DVDs (outtakes, behind-the-scenes, official videos, live). show), a 120-page hardcover book, four tour laminates, three lithos, three guitar picks, a Metallica lanyard, a folder with song sheets, and a download card.

Earlier this month, Metallica announced a number of acts that would be participating in global citizen live.

Global Citizen says that their “once in a generation” 24-hour global broadcast, which will take place on September 25, will aim to “unit the world to protect the planet and defeat poverty”.

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