Metallica announce new album and new tour '72 Seasons'

Metallica announce new album and new tour '72 Seasons'

The new work of the historic American metal band will be released on April 14, 2023 and will be followed by a long tour of concerts between the USA and Europe

Metallica, the legendary American metal band, has announced the release of a new studio album in April of next year, as well as a tour of Europe and North America in 2023 and 2024. According to press releases from Metallica and entertainment and ticketing giant Live Nation, the album '72 Seasons' will be released on April 14, 2023, and will be immediately followed by concerts in Amsterdam and Paris. Concerts will be held in the United States and Canada from August to November 2023, before returning to Europe in May 2024 and again in September 2024.

The California quartet, whose founding members James Hetfield, 59, and Lars Ulrich, 58, have been playing and performing for 40 years, have promised two concerts at each of the stages on which they will perform, with a different show each day.

Their twelfth studio album, the first since 2016, contains 12 songs, one of which, 'Lux Aeterna,' was just released.

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