Watch the new trailer for Metallica’s ‘The Black Album’ photo book

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The book includes classic and previously unpublished photos of the band at work and on tour.

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Metallica has shared a new trailer for its photobook, Black album in black and white.

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The book contains images from work on the band’s 1991 self-titled fifth studio album, which became known as ‘The Black Album’.

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Continuing the 30th anniversary celebration of Metallica’s ‘Black Album’, Metallica publishes this week Black album in black and white In collaboration with photographer Ross Halfin.


The book contains several classic and previously unpublished photographs of Metallica, including in-the-studio shots and illustrations from the 300-date tour, which took place between 1991 and 1993 after the record was released.

The book – the trailer for which you can watch below – features introductions by Haffin, James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett, Jason Newstead and Robert Trujillo, who performed with their band Suicidal Tendencies during the Metallica tour at the time.

printed with a metallic silver jacket with block-foil lettering, Black album in black and white It has been described as “an epic celebration of one of rock’s most famous albums”.

Ulrich said: “By the time the songs and recordings were coming together, confidence levels were at an all-time high and we felt better than ever about who we were and how we perceived ourselves in relation to being photographed. lets see.”

You . can learn more about Black album in black and white Here.


Metallica recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of “The Black Album” by re-releasing the record last month with a special cover album, “The Metallica Blacklist.”

The band recently performed the album in its entirety during their set at the Louder Than Life Festival in Louisville, Kentucky.

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