Metallica will officially release their deluxe reissue of their 1988 album “…And Justice For All” on November 2. The effort has been remastered by producer Greg Fidelman and it will be available in the following options: standard CD, standard double 180 gram LP, three CD expanded edition, cassette, limited edition deluxe box set, and digitally. Pre-orders can be found HERE.
The following was said about the release:
“Available in both physical and digital versions, there will be multiple options to suit your taste… double LP on 180-gram vinyl, CD, cassette, 3-CD expanded edition and deluxe box set, all remastered as overseen by Greg Fidelman. The 3-CD set includes the remastered album, two discs including never before released rough mixes, demos and live tracks, and an expanded booklet including unseen photos taken by the master, Ross Halfin.
The limited edition, one-pressing-only deluxe box set includes the remastered CD and double LP versions of the album, “One” 10” vinyl picture disc, triple live LP set featuring a newly mixed version of the band’s iconic show from Seattle ‘89 by Greg Fidelman, 4 DVDs, 11 CDs of unreleased demos, rough mixes, interviews and live tracks, many of which have never been available and were pulled from our personal collections.
There’s also a 120-page hardcover book with rare and never-before-seen photos from Ross Halfin’s vaults and friends and family, along with essays by those who were with us for the madness. Still not enough? The box also includes a set of four patches, a Pushead print, a tour laminate, lyric sheets and a download card for all the audio goodies included.”
You can find a video of Kirk Hammett uboxing the deluxe box set, along with audio of the remastered version of “Dyers Eve” and a live version of “Eye Of The Beholder” below: