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Metallica - In For The Kill mp3

Performer: Metallica
Title: In For The Kill
Catalog Number: IMP 007
Label: Imperium
Style: Thrash, Speed Metal, Heavy Metal
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 016


1Fight Fire With Fire4:37
2Seek And Destroy4:51
4Hit The Lights3:52
5Metal Militia5:03
6Killing Time2:38
7Creeping Death6:39
8When Hell Freezes Over7:18
9The Four Horsemen4:26
10Jump In The Fire3:53
11Phantom Lord3:56
12Ride The Lightning6:12
13Let It Loose3:10
14The Mechanix4:46


Total Time 65:00

Outtakes '82


  • Matrix / Runout: 410.067 IMP 007
  • SPARS Code: AAD
  • Rights Society: GEMA


Band: Metallica Album: Kill 'Em All Released: July 25, 1983 Genre: Thrash Metal. Tracks: The Lights 0:00 - 4. 46: 'Em All is the debut studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on July 25, 1983 by the independent record label Megaforce Records. Kill 'Em All is regarded as a groundbreaking album for thrash metal because of its precise musicianship, which fuses new wave of British heavy metal riffs with hardcore punk tempos. The album's musical approach and lyrics were markedly different from rock's mainstream of the early 1980s and inspired a number of bands who followed in similar manner. Kill 'Em All is Metallica's debut album, released on July 25, 1983 on Megaforce Records. Metallica's original line-up featured James Hetfield vocalsrhythm guitar, Dave Mustaine lead guitar, Ron McGovney bass, and Lars Ulrich drums. Because of tensions with Mustaine, McGovney left the band. Castro Valley-born bassist Cliff Burton was recruited as his replacement. Mustaine was fired in April 1983 for his drug and alcohol problems, overly aggressive behavior, and clashes with bandmates. Listen free to Metallica In for the Kill '82 Outtakes The Mechanix, Motorbeath and more. 14 tracks 72:17. To favorites 96 Download album. Listen album. Thrash Metal Speed Metal. Kill Em All устанавливает новый стандарт воспламеняющейся одержимости. Songs in album Metallica - Kill 'Em All 1983. Metallica - Hit The Lights. Metallica - The Four Horsemen. Metallica - Motorbreath. Metallica - Jump In The Fire. Metallica - Anesthesia-Pulling Teeth. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей 1983 10 Songs. Released in 1983, Kill 'Em All combined the primordial, rudimentary riffage of Black Sabbath with the intricate, melodic overtures of Iron Maiden played at the speed of Motorhead and hardcore punk. From 1983 debut Kill Em All through to 2016s HardwiredFrom 1983 debut Kill Em All through to 2016s Hardwired To Self-Destruct, one Kerrang writer ranks the metal titans inimitable discography. On the face of it, Metallicas ninth studio album is a curious choice for the worst album in their canon. After the misfire that was St. Anger which well come to the Rick Rubin-helmed Death Magnetic was hailed as a massive return to form for the Bay Area Bangers: a call-back to the old-school Metallica sound. But therein lies the problem. Death Magnetic is the sole occasion in their history when the band played safe and delivered a set of songs tailor-made for their audience. Is the album as a whole more concise A little bit. Thats actually the last song we wrote for the record. We started this album by throwing different ideas around. The shape of it, as a collection of songs, didnt come into focus until we were deep into it. But we did play Kill Em All in its entirety at the Orion festival in Detroit in 2013. That was the first time I really got into that record. Early on, I was dismissive of that record because Ride the Lightning and Master of Puppets may be a little more intellectually stimulating and challenging they were deeper records and it wasnt until 2013 when we played it that I realized Kill Em All had a cohesiveness. On July 25, 1983 Metallica released their debut album 'Kill Em All. This landmark release helped bring thrash metal to the forefront of the minds of metal fans who were searching for something new. The charmingly titled platter features the crowd favorite 'The Four Horseman', the unrelenting 'Jump in the Fire' and the seemingly permanent show closer 'Seek & Destroy'. This is clearly the work of a band who were on a course to change the very nature of heavy metal, and as you'll see on the following pages, they did exactly that. Now here comes th

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