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Good news, European thrashers! Metallica‘s ‘WorldWired’ tour is coming to Europe later this year and with another heavy dose of dates starting in early 2018! The band promised they’d be touring heavily in support of Hardwired… To Self-Destruct and with another 38 stops added to their routing, they’ve made good on their word.

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March 16, 2017 In the Press

Kerrang!: METALLICA HAVE ANNOUNCED A UK TOUR

Metallica are coming back to the UK!

The metal giants will be hitting up some of the biggest arenas in the UK this October, with support coming from Norwegian metallers Kvelertak. With every ticket purchase you’ll be entitled to a free copy of their latest album Hardwired… To Self-Destruct, so keep your emails.

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March 16, 2017 In the Press

Quarter Rock Press: Metallica cierran con éxito su tour en México

Traas lanzar su disco 'Hardwired... To Self-Destruct', uno de los grandes momentos del tour 2017 de Metallica, se vivió en Ciudad de México. Y es que era alta la expectativa por su regreso a tierra azteca, toda vez que tocaron cinco años atrás. Sin embargo, esta ocasión era única, ya que celebrarían varios de sus clásicos. Fue así que tras dos memorables shows, llegó el momento para vivir el final del #WorldWiredMX.

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March 6, 2017 In the Press

Rolling Stone: Watch Metallica, Iggy Pop Perform Stooges' 'T.V. Eye' in Mexico City

Iggy Pop joined Metallica onstage during the encore of the band's Mexico City concert Sunday to perform the Stooges' "T.V. Eye."

"Metallica has much respect for the man coming out here to sing a song with us. And we're grateful that he's been able to be on this Mexico City tour with us," James Hetfield told the Foro Sol audience. "Please show your sign of respect and love to Mr. Iggy Pop."

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March 6, 2017 In the Press

Sopitas: “Metalero eres y metalero serás”, el mantra de los conciertos de Metallica

“El metal no se crea ni se destruye, sólo se transforma”, escuché decir a uno de los miles de fanáticos que estaban a punto de ingresar al Foro Sol para ver a Metallica. No sé bien a qué se refería ese sujeto (quizás sólo a las latas de cerveza que ya se había empinado), pero el hecho de que las cosas cambien y en esencia sigan siendo las mismas, es lo que se le olvida a los ahora detractores de la banda californiana.

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March 4, 2017 In the Press

Medium: Kirk Hammett - Metallica’s axe man on horror, metal, death and destiny

Today is Kirk Hammett’s 54th birthday. In years gone by, the Metallica guitarist would have celebrated by getting higher than Tony Montana. But today his vice of choice is coffee laced with almond milk. Sitting in a Kensington hotel room wearing a brown snakeskin jacket and black skinny jeans, Hammett readily admits that he’s amazed to have survived this long. After all, extreme music, extreme adulation and extreme hedonism have characterised his life thus far.

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March 3, 2017 In the Press

Sopitas:El furioso rugido de la bestia: la primera noche de Metallica en el Foro Sol

“Pinches juniors ch%&$# a su madre, cuando quieran pedo aquí lo encuentran”, es la frase clave de un hombre a quien decidimos nombrar #LordMetallica, el ejemplo perfecto de la euforia del público ante la tardanza de una hora, que Metallica se dio el lujo de hacernos esperar. Entre lluvias de vasos conmemorativos, cerveza y los primeros malacopa de la noche (que no aguantaron nada), un sujeto de complexión robusta, más de 1.90 de altura, y unos lentes tan pequeños que se encajaban en sus ojos con sus gestos de coraje (imagine a su cadenero favorito), comenzó a cantársela a quien se cruzara en su camino mientras seguía estafándole alcohol a su amiguito y orinando a las personas junto a él.

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March 2, 2017 In the Press

Entertainment Weekly: Metallica's Lars Ulrich breaks down summer tour: 'You have to bring some s--- that blows up'

Late last year, Metallica roared back with their 10th studio album, Hardwired… to Self-Destruct. The double LP — their first full-length since 2008’s progged-out Death Magnetic — marked the legendary metal group’s return to the breakneck thrash that defined their vaunted ’80s catalog. And, come May, they’ll be taking their latest tunes to stadiums throughout North America with their WorldWired Tour.

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February 16, 2017 In the Press