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Metallica revealed the primary albums they owned throughout a brand new interview on Jimmy Kimmel Stay! final night time (April 10) because the band kicked off its four-night residency on the speak present.

The steel icons will seem on Kimmel all through this week as anticipation for its imminent new album, 72 Seasons, skyrockets.

Metallica’s first look of the run noticed it participate in a wide-ranging interview, through which the four-piece mentioned “Grasp Of Puppets” showing on Stranger Issues, its M72 world tour, marching band competitors, and extra. Whereas discussing 72 Seasons, the dialog turned to the band’s personal vinyl urgent plant, inspiring Jimmy Kimmel to ask what the primary vinyl information every of the members purchased have been.

Deep Purple

“The primary one I purchased, in 1973, my dad took me to see Deep Purple in Copenhagen, Denmark,” Lars Ulrich replied. “The following day, I went to the report retailer and acquired their Fireball album.” The drummer’s alternative was launched two years previous to his buy in 1971 and peaked at No.32 on the Billboard chart.

Santana

Bassist Robert Trujillo shared that his first album was Santana’s Abraxas. In addition to the “Black Magic Lady”-featuring report, he added: “Second album was Kool And The Gang [Wild And Peaceful], that includes ‘Jungle Boogie.’”

The Partridge Household

“I don’t actually wish to say,” guitarist Kirk Hammett laughed however finally relented and revealed: “It was The Partridge Household Christmas Album. It got here with a inexperienced cowl and a crimson envelope that you just took, and also you opened it up, and there was a Christmas card signed by the Partridge Household.”

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Frontman James Hetfield didn’t specify which album was his first however stated he thought it was “a Lynyrd Skynyrd [record].”

Elsewhere throughout Metallica’s first a part of its Kimmel residency, the band carried out the latest single “Lux Æterna” – watch that efficiency right here.

The band’s subsequent album, 72 Seasons, can be launched on Friday (April 14) through Metallica’s personal Blackened Recordings label. Produced by Greg Fidelman with Hetfield and drummer Lars Ulrich and clocking in at over 77 minutes, the 12-track report is the band’s first full-length assortment of recent materials since 2016’s Hardwired…To Self-Destruct. The album can be launched in codecs, together with 2LP 140g black vinyl and limited-edition variants, CD and digital.

Pre-order 72 Seasons.

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