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Metallica announce new album and world tour


The heavy metal dads will be playing at the Stade de France on May 17 and 19, 2023. They will notably play their new song there, unveiled on Monday.

The Metallica had promised that their next album would land faster than the last.

It will therefore take seven years instead of eight.

The rock band unveiled the upcoming release of

72 Seasons

, their twelfth album, on Monday.

The appointment is made for April 14, 2023. The announcement was accompanied by the presentation of the group's new world tour which will stop at the Stade de France for two dates, May 17 and 19, 2023.

Accompanied by first ambient images - yellow and black - a first single from the Four Horsemen was also shared on Monday.

With its little three and a half minutes on the clock,

Lux Æterna

wants to be lively, concise and hard-hitting, in the right musical line of Metallica's previous album,

Hardwired… to Self-Destruct


Who was also announced, in 2016, with an invigorating piece.

"We think it's time for new music

," the band said in a statement.

Produced once again by Greg Fidelman, collaborator of Metallica since

Death Magnetic

, in 2008,

72 Seasons

will consist of 12 tracks, for a total duration of 77 minutes.

Commenting on the quirky name of their forthcoming album, band singer and guitarist James Hetfield said it was a reference to the

"first 18 years of our lives",

a defining and formative period of every human being.

Source: lefigaro

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