Metallica have dropped “For Whom The Bell Tolls” from the band’s upcoming live concert album, S&M2.
S&M2, which will drop on Friday, August 28, will feature performances from Metallica’s 2019 concerts with the San Francisco Symphony at the Chase Center in San Francisco.
“For Whom The Bell Tolls” originally appeared on 1984’s Ride the Lightning.
S&M2 will be released in a variety of formats, including a digital album and four-LP-vinyl, two-CD, DVD, and Blu-ray versions, and a limited-edition Deluxe Box will contain four color-vinyl LPs, two CDs and Blu-ray, as well as sheet music, guitar picks, a poster and more.
The band have previously shared “Moth Into Flame,” “Nothing Else Matters” and “All Within My Hands” from the concert album.
“The concert film is a brand-new edit done by Joe Hutshing and both the audio and visuals have been taken to the next level from the October 2019 theatrical version,” Metallica says.
“Originally planned for a mid-June release, unfortunately pressing plants and printers closed due to COVID-19 just as we were getting ready to manufacture the various configurations,” the band added.
“We’re excited that we’re back on track, everything’s in motion, and we can finally get the music to you.”
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