a metallica announced a new album,72 seasons’, and the Tour in 2023 and 2024 – which, in a way, took everyone by surprise. Lars Ulrich knows this, and he and his colleagues were amazed that everything worked out.
in an interview to The Howard Stern Show on SiriusXM Radio, written by chatThe drummer revealed that he was relieved that nothing was leaked, as the whole band figured it would happen at some point. There was, according to him, a certain effort by the quartet not to reveal anything before that time.
“We’ve been working on a new album for the last year, a year and a half – it’s our Covid lockdown record. And one thing we’ve done all this time is for the first time in our career, we’ve never really talked about it. So instead of ‘Hey, we’ve got a new record’ he promised Descending and ‘guess what happens’ and all that stuff, we were very quiet about it. We definitely thought it was going to leak, but it didn’t.”
The Pact of Silence seems to have worked. Surprisingly, Metallica confirmed “72 Seasons” to be released on April 14, touring commitments released.Messier 72on dates 2023 and 2024 and also released the single “Lux Æterna”, along with a music video.
The “M72” tour sees the band perform twice in every city they visit, 72 hours apart between the two dates. Each night, the musical performances and opening acts change, with a “relay” between Architects, Mammoth WVH, Five Finger Death Punch, Ice Nike Kills, Volbeat, Pantera and Greta Van Fleet.
Also among the novelties is a new stage design that brings the so-called Serpent Pit to the center and discounted tickets for audiences under 16 years of age.
A portion of the proceeds from each ticket sold will go to the musicians’ NGO, All In My Hands, which fights food insecurity and provides assistance in areas of natural disaster.
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