Metallica Plan To Release 'Presidio' Material
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METALLICA frontman James Hetfield has revealed that plans exist for the band to release some of the material written and recorded in 2001 shortly before he went into rehab. Speaking to Sweden's Close-Up magazine for its February 2004 issue, Hetfield said, "There's tons of stuff left over from the Presidio [a rented barrack at the San Francisco army base] session. There's a soundtrack that we've been offered and some of that stuff might end up there."
METALLICA guitarist Kirk Hammett has previously stated that the music recorded during the Presidio sessions "is very different" to the material that ended up on last year's "St. Anger", with the songs containing "much more melody" and being closer in style to 1991's "Black Album" than the band's most recent release.
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