Metallica Share Volbeat’s Cover Of “Don’t Tread On Me” & SebastiAn’s “Don’t Tread On Else Matters” From “The Metallica Blacklist”

As previously reported, Metallica will be releasing a 30th anniversary expanded edition of “The Black Album” and a massive tribute album called “The Metallica Blacklist“ on September 10. Now, the group have shared two more tracks from “The Metallica Blacklist.” Among them are Volbeat’s cover of “Don’t Tread On Me” and SebastiAn’s “Don’t Tread On Me” and “Nothing Else Matters” covers medley “Don’t Tread On Else Matters.” Volbeat commented on their cover:

“We didn’t want to touch any of the big hits on that album, which is quite difficult because they’re all hits, somehow. We were trying to pick a song that you don’t hear as much from that album, and the most important thing was to pick a song where we could transform it into a Volbeat song. ‘Don’t Tread On Me‘ definitely had a swing that I could turn into a Volbeat‘ swing, and it turned out really great.”

Metallica Share 1991 Live Version Of “Wherever I May Roam” Along With J Balvin & Jon Pardi’s Covers Of The Song

As previously reported, Metallica will be releasing a 30th anniversary expanded edition of “The Black Album” and a massive tribute album called “The Metallica Blacklist“ on September 10. Now, the group have shared some more tracks from both releases. Among them are a 1991 live version of “Wherever I May Roam” from the expanded version of the album and J Balvin and Jon Pardi‘s covers of the same song from “The Metallica Blacklist.”

Metallica Share Rough Mix Of “The Unforgiven” Along With Diet Cig & Ha*Ash’s Covers Of The Song

As previously reported, Metallica will be releasing a 30th anniversary expanded edition of “The Black Album” and a massive tribute album called “The Metallica Blacklist“ on September 10. Now, the group have shared some more tracks from both releases. Among them are a 1991 rough mix of “The Unforgiven” from the expanded version of the album and Diet Cig and Ha*Ash‘s covers of the same song from “The Metallica Blacklist.”

Eighteen Visions Release New Covers Album “1996”

Eighteen Visions have released a new album titled “1996.” The effort features the new title track and nine cover songs.

“1996” Track Listing:

Side A (Hardcore):

01. “1996”
02. “D.T.O.” (Vision Of Disorder cover)
03. “The Hangedman” (Damnation A.D. cover)
04. “Born From Pain” (Earth Crisis cover)
05. “Blanket” (Unbroken cover)

Side B (Hard Rock):

01. “Them Bones” (Alice In Chains cover)
02. “Scentless Apprentice” (Nirvana cover)
03. “Sad But True” (Metallica cover)
04. “Terrible Lie” (Nine Inch Nails cover)
05. “Down” (Stone Temple Pilots cover)

James Hart commented:

“Today we dropped our covers album titled ‘1996‘ A collection of 90s hardcore and hard rock songs from bands that helped shape Eighteen Visions and our style. I had such an amazing time tracking my vocals and putting our own little spin on these jams. These bands will always be so important to me. Hope you love them as much is I do.”

Metallica Share Early Pre-Production Rehearsal Version Of “Holier Than Thou” Along With Biffy Clyro And OFF!’s Covers Of The Song

As previously reported, Metallica will be releasing a 30th anniversary expanded edition of “The Black Album” and a massive tribute album called “The Metallica Blacklist“ on September 10. Now, the group have shared some more tracks from both releases. Among them are an early pre-production rehearsal version of “Holier Than Thou” from the expanded version of the album and Biffy Clyro And OFF!‘s covers of the same song from “The Metallica Blacklist.”

Tenacious D Share Covers Medley Of The Beatles’ “You Never Give Me Your Money” & “The End”

Tenacious D have shared a covers medley of The Beatles’ “You Never Give Me Your Money” and “The End.” The duo said the following about that:

“Tenacious D are paying tribute to the greatest band in the world … not themselves…The Beatles!!! In the spirit of healing the world….please enjoy Tenacious D’s mashup of two classics from Abbey Road. All vinyl proceeds go to Doctors Without Borders.”

Metallica Share Alternate Version Of “Sad But True” Along With St. Vincent & Jason Isbell’s Covers Of The Song

As previously reported, Metallica will be releasing a 30th anniversary expanded edition of “The Black Album” and a massive tribute album called “The Metallica Blacklist“ on September 10. Now, the group have shared some more tracks from both releases. Among them are an alternate version “Sad But True” from the expanded version of the album and St. Vincent and Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit‘s covers of the same song from “The Metallica Blacklist.”

Black Map Share Billy Idol & U2 Covers Medley

Black Map (dredg, The Trophy Fire, etc.) have shared a new covers medley featuring Billy Idol‘s “Eyes Without A Face” and U2‘s “Exit.” Ben Flanagan commented:

“We had wrapped up the recording of our forthcoming album and still had the bug to create. At rehearsals we started jamming on covers from bands that influenced us in various ways and this whole thing just really came together. We wanted to be ambitious and combine a couple great songs that we felt would blend in a way that allowed us to put our own stamp on. While the album is getting finalized we wanted to give fans something special to enjoy before dropping new original music, which is right around the corner.”

Heart’s Ann Wilson Joins Gov’t Mule Onstage In New Haven, CT

During Gov’t Mule’s show at Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, CT last night (May 2), the band were joined onstage by Heart’s Ann Wilson for some covers of Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song,” Memphis Slim’s “Mother Earth,” Willie Dixon’s “You Shook Me,” Led Zeppelin’s “Black Dog” and “No Quarter,” Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers’ “Luna,” and Heart’s “Magic Man.” You can see some fan-filmed footage from the set below: