Death Magnetic - Metallica

Death Magnetic


  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2008-09-12
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2008 Blackened Recordings


Title Artist Time
That Was Just Your Life Metallica 7:08 USD 1.29
The End of the Line Metallica 7:52 USD 1.29
Broken, Beat & Scarred Metallica 6:25 USD 1.29
The Day That Never Comes Metallica 7:56 USD 1.29
All Nightmare Long Metallica 7:57 USD 1.29
Cyanide Metallica 6:39 USD 1.29
The Unforgiven III Metallica 7:46 USD 1.29
The Judas Kiss Metallica 8:00 USD 1.29
Suicide & Redemption Metallica 9:57 USD 1.29
My Apocalypse Metallica 5:01 USD 1.29


  • Good Songs, brought down by bad quality.

    By Nightwing45667
    Composition wise, these songs are killer. The vocal harmonics and solos are second to few, and the rifs are like nothing since the black album. unfortunately i cannot rate this at 5 stars because of the production, especially in the drums. the drumps sound as if your speakers were blown out. The timbre of the drums is fine, i just think some mixer somewhere slipped up. it does get bad sometimes, especially at the end of "The Day that Never Comes".
  • ‘Tis confusion

    By Younngguns
    I heard a lot of people dog on this album, but I always enjoyed it.
  • The Unforgiven III!!!

    By MetalMan1245
    I love both sequels to the Unforgiven, this one is absolutely amazing. Oh, and the rest of the albums is really good.
  • Where has this been hiding??

    By sjhuz01
    Grew up on "The Black Album" and spent years learning & playing all the early albums up through that. They're still my go-to when I want to feel like I can play guitar decently & not get depressed by failing at Marty Friedman solos ... I had to swear off new Metallica after St. Anger though (god, that was awful), Load & Reload. They were all pretty terrible. After hearing some of the newest tracks from Hardwired I started looking into their newer stuff. How did I miss this album?? Lots of interesting rhythms & riffs, and even some unexpected tonal shifts & melodic choices - heavy, fast, fun to play & listen to. ... I didn't know what people were complaining about w/the mastering, but after streaming the "old" version on Amazon Prime, I agree the newly remastered/ "Mastered for iTunes" version here is MUCH better. It's much less distorted, the instruments & vocals are clearer & better separated. You can actually hear some bass lines & harmony parts, and it's not nearly as much of a muddy mess. Hammett still leans too much on his wah-wah & it's kind of a joke to say he "shines" on this (the only decent solo I've heard so far is Hetfield's), and I don't think there are any super stand-out classics yet, but it's good overall. I might actually bother to learn to play some new songs.
  • Meh...

    By TaylorMesa
    Songs are ok... St Anger had the unlistenable “tinny” snare, this album is plagued by buzzy ( and boring ) guitar riffs. Honestly this album is only for die hard Met fans who will listen to anything the band puts out.
  • One Of The Best

    By Pkuelz
    I had no idea who Metallica was when this album came out, and many years later, I had no idea it would be this good. This is like Justice Part 2. You have songs that are really long, change, and don’t really follow a verse-chorus structure. Over the course of the seventy four minutes, you get ten amazing tracks, but a way to make it even better is to have the first half, then the Unforgiven 3, then Just A Bullet Away from Beyond Magnetic, the Judas Kiss, then Rebel Of Babylon (Also from Beyond Magnetic), then closing with Suicide and Redemption, a ten minute instrumental track.
  • Amazing!

    By JefferyJefferson
    I love every song on this album. It’s too bad a lot of you are saying you don’t like Unforgiven III. It’s my favorite one! \m/

    By Billybobbillybannanafilly
    All I can say is AWESOME
  • A Classic

    By Apc rules
    My second favorite Metallica album right after Ride The Lightning. This album turned me into a Metallica fan. Saw the tour in 2008 and was blown away by every song on this album. Highly recommend. Didn’t even buy Hardwired to Self Destruct because the songs I heard couldn’t hold a candle to anything on Death Magnetic.
  • The return

    By EpicChrisDudeWhoIsAwesome
    This album really marked the return of Metallica. And I'm happy to call this my favorite Metallica album of all time

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