Into the Black: The Inside Story of Metallica, 1991-2014 by Paul Brannigan, Ian Winwood

By Paul Brannigan, Ian Winwood

The second volume of Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood’s biography of Metallica, detailing the latter 1/2 their awesome, decades-long career

As they embark upon the fourth decade of the occupation, Metallica's legacy is as specified because it is amazing: having offered over a hundred million albums their prestige because the greatest steel band of all time is undeniable. Following the acclaimed first quantity, which chronicled the band's upward push to foreign stardom, the authors now discover the demanding situations and tensions that ensued for the band.

From the outstanding, leap forward, good fortune of 1991's 'Black' album to the band's reinvention with the 'Load/Reload' albums; bassist Jason Newsted's surprise go out in 2001 and the group's next meltdown, as laid naked within the unvarnished fly-on-the-wall documentary Some type of Monster to the divisive St. Anger and Lulu units (recorded with Rick Rubin and in collaboration with Lou Reed respectively), they brilliantly seize this specific bands epic, louder than lifestyles saga.

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Like her first episode, the second one began with headaches and fits of confusion. It then progressed to overwhelming guilt over her father’s death. Her agitation grew, and her family moved her back to the country to calm her. The move did not help. She resisted her three nurses, whom she considered evil, and attempted suicide by jumping from an open window. Luckily, the window was too close to the ground for a fatal effect, and she was not seriously injured. The madness passed slowly with the help of her close friend Violet Dickinson, with whom Virginia had very likely fallen in love.

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