Three new puzzles Metallurgical his albums “St. Wrath” (2003), “Death Magnetic” (2008) and “Hardwired … To Self-Destruct” (2016) were scheduled to be released on September 17.
Like previous editions of Zee Productions ’Rock Saws series – which turned Kill Em All, Ride The Lightning, Master of Puppets, and more into puzzles – the new kits come in 12-inch vinyl-sized boxes. , designed to sit alongside their respective editions.
The next three sets as well can be pre-ordered now. See them below:
According to Toy News, the collections were designed by Stee Beatty, a self-proclaimed metallurgist at Zee Productions, who wanted to expand sales opportunities for the legacy performances of symbolic and metal bands.
“I want to make a saw that suits a music fan. Vinyl is back and I loved the idea of creating great writing art on cars, maybe I’ll stick a note [both] together, ”Bitty said.
“Wrath”, ‘Death Magnetic’ and ‘Hardwired … To Self-Destruct’, the only albums in the Metallica catalog that didn’t get a Rock Saw treatment in 1991, were named LP (popular). Called “Black Album”), 1996’s “Load” and 1997’s “Reload.”
In other Metallica news, the group recently announced two special hometown shows in San Francisco to celebrate their 40th anniversary. The band will return to Chase Center, the venue that opened in 2019, with the S&M2 show in December this year.
The group too It is preparing to release its 30th anniversary edition “Black Album.” In addition to its regular reprints, there is a new record called “Metallica Blacklist,” which includes covers of “Black Album” songs by a number of artists.
It also includes a cover among the tracks already added from Metallica Blacklist ‘Unforgiven’ By the New York duo Diet Cig, new admission “Holy to you” by Biffy Clyroand two new versions ‘Sad but real’ and Sam Fender and St. Vincent.