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Tuesday, November 29
DOORS: 6PM SHOW: 8PM
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees and Grammy Award winning band Metallica have announced a special concert to take place at The Opera House in Toronto on Tuesday, November 29th in celebration of the release of the bands 10th studio album HardwiredTo Self-Destruct.
Fifth Members can enter to win an opportunity to purchase up to two tickets per member as part of a special pre-sale that will begin on Wednesday, November 23rd between 9:00 10:00 AM local time. Fifth Member tickets will be specially priced at $25 each and all the proceeds will be donated to The Daily Bread Food Bank. Winners of the contest will be e-mailed a personal code on Tuesday, November 22nd with more details about how to purchase tickets to this exclusive show.
Non Fifth Members still have the chance to purchase up to two tickets per person on Wednesday, November 23rd at 11:00 AM local time at www.ticketmaster.ca for the price of $100 per ticket, again with all proceeds donated to The Daily Bread Food Bank. Collection bins will be on-site the night of the show and all attendees are encouraged to bring a donation of non-perishable food.
HardwiredTo Self-Destruct was released on November 18th on the bands Blackened Recordings and is available from www.metallica.com in various configurations including: CD, Vinyl, Digital, Deluxe, and Deluxe Deluxe.
Praise for Hardwired...To Self-Destruct includes The New York Times: "Metallica has embraced its adulthood, reclaiming the attack of its music while jettisoning the image of a hard-rock band as young, fast and out of control", Rolling Stone: "Metallica's 'Hardwired' shreds back to vintage eighties terror", LA Times: "Metallica keeps evolving", Decibel: "Metallica balances legacy, longevity, and longitude with Hardwired...To Self-Destruct", Kerrang!: "This is Metallica galvanized, refreshed, refocused and rediscovering themselves. Best thing they've done since The Black album? Yep", The Guardian: "Metallica have just made their finest record in 25 years," NME: "Metallica remain both vital and innovative", and much more.
- Metallica Online -