℗ 1991, 2021 Blackened Recordings
Released August 26, 2021
Duration 5m 01s
Genre Rock (Metal)

The God That Failed (May 13th, 1991 Rough Mix / Single)


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The God That Failed (May 13th, 1991 Rough Mix)
Metallica releases this new single in anticipation of the 30th anniversary remaster of their monumental Black Album! This single release previews the exclusive bonus content from the upcoming set, including live shows, rough mixes, demos, b-sides, and more! The Black Album is one of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed records of all time, with global sales of over 35 million, and contains a series of unrelenting singles, “Enter Sandman,” “The Unforgiven," “Nothing Else Matters,” “Wherever I May Roam,” and “Sad But True.” The standard album is remastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering and all other content is remastered by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering. All content was overseen by executive producer Greg Fidelman.
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The God That Failed (May 13th, 1991 Rough Mix)

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