Metallica Reveals New Single Details
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In a post on their official website, Metallica has revealed that the third single from their latest studio album, "Death Magnetic" will be the song, "Broken, Beat and Scarred." The posting reads as follows:
"We've got another one of those groovy CD single collector's packs in the works for you and next up from Death Magnetic is 'Broken, Beat & Scarred'. Just like when 'All Nightmare Long' came out, you can pick up just the single CD or go for one of the digi-packs and collect 'em all starting April 3rd.
The digi-collectors edition will be available all over Europe and the CD "maxi" single will be available in South America and Southeast Asia. For our friends in Australia and New Zealand, we will have more info for you later, to everyone in North America please check your favorite import store/sites.
Here's the tracklisting. All the live tracks were recorded in London at the O2 Arena on September 15th, 2008 at the Death Magnetic release event."
CD1 Digi Pack (With two clear trays to allow additional CDs) - "Broken, Beat & Scarred," "Broken, Beat & Scarred" (live), "End Of The Line" (live).
CD2 J Card (To be collected and to insert into CD1) - "Broken, Beat & Scarred," "Stone Cold Crazy" (live), "Of Wolf And Man" (live).
DVD Single (To be collected and to insert into CD1) - "Broken, Beat & Scarred" (Promo Video), "The Day That Never Comes" (Promo Video), Death Magnetic EPK (Electronic Press Kit - running time - 17:25).
CD Maxi Single - "Broken, Beat & Scarred," "Broken, Beat & Scarred" (live), "End Of The Line" (live), "Stone Cold Crazy" (live), "Of Wolf And Man" (live).
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