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New METALLICA Song "Moth Into Flame" Features Plenty Of Killer Riffs and Harmonies

Metallica's new song "Moth Into A Flame" is a big longer than the first single, "Hardwired," and much catchier.

Metallica's new song "Moth Into A Flame" is a big longer than the first single, "Hardwired," and much catchier.

A new Metallica song to kick off the week?! Yes, please! Metallica were on The Howard Stern Show this morning on SiriusXM and thought they would celebrate by unveiling a new track off their upcoming album, Hardwired.

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Metallica's new song "Moth Into Flame" really, truly ought to scratch the itch that Metallica fans were complaining about with the band's initial single "Hardwired."  You can stream the track below with its accompanying video via the band's own YouTube channel. It features a ton of great guitar leads, gets a little more progressive than the last track, but still retains that fire that Hardwired… To Self-Destruct seems to have about it.

Seriously, if those leads had a few more notes and some blasting, it'd be pretty damn close to being a melo-death track! Plus, it reminds me a lot of …And Justice For All, which is a good thing.

Basically, it's a killer track and there's really no viable reason to hate it. Oh, and remember if you're going to pre-order the album, that the deluxe edition's third disc has some changes made to it!

Need more Metallica? Watch pro-shot video of their entire performance from the Global Citizen festival this past weekend by clicking here.

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Amazon is currently selling Hardwired…To Self Destruct on CD for only $9.99. Keep up with all the music videos:

Disc One

  1. Hardwired
  2. Atlas, Rise!
  3. Now That We’re Dead
  4. Moth Into Flame
  5. Am I Savage?
  6. Halo On Fire

Disc Two

  1. Confusion
  2. Dream No More
  3. ManUNkind
  4. Here Comes Revenge
  5. Murder One
  6. Spit Out The Bone
  7. The Lords of Summer
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