Metallica to release new album

Metallica to release new album
After the last studio album from Metallica "Death Magnetic", the band has finally announced that a new album is in sight. Metallica is now ready to to make its tenth album.

Metallica is still one of the rock world's most selling bands. As an example, the album "Metallica" also known as "The Black Album" with songs like "Enter Sandman," "Sad But True", "The Unforgiven" and the monster hit "Nothing Else Matters" sells 5,000 copies each day.

The band has sold nearly 95 million albums since their debut album "Kill 'Em All" in 1983 and it is expected that during 2016 the number will pass the magical 100 million mark.

Metallica has not been idle since the last studio album in 2008, however. They have toured, made a project with Lou Reed, and they have made a feature-length movie named "Metallica Through The Never".

The new album has neither been named or has a working title yet, as the band has always had a tradition of making the whole package while creating the album in the studio.

Drummer Lars Ulrich confirms that the guys start making the album in June, but adds that if the album does not come in 2016, it is simply because they are not satisfied, and then we'll have to wait until next year.

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