Metallica have announced the tracks on their new cover album - which include tracks by Nick Cave and Motorhead...

Metallica have confirmed the tracks – including songs by Nick Cave, Motorhead and THIN LIZZY – covered on their tribute album, ‘Garage Inc’, due to be released on November 23.

According to the band’s official website, Metnews, the band will release 27 songs on the double-album, which include 16 songs originally included on the ‘Garage Days Re-Revisited’ EP in 1987 and on other Metallica releases. Eleven tracks are new recordings.

The tracklisting is: Disc 1 ‘Free Speech For The Dumb’ (originally recorded by Discharge), ‘It’s Electric’ (originally recorded by Diamond Head), ‘Sabbra Cadabra’ (originally recorded by Black Sabbath), ‘Turn The Page’ (originally recorded by Bob Seger), ‘Die Die My Darling’ (originally recorded by The Misfits), ‘Loverman’ (originally recorded by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds), ‘Mercyful Fate – Featuring Evil, Curse of the Pharaohs, Satan’s Fall, A Corpse, Without Soul and Into The Coven’ (originally recorded by Mercyful Fate), ‘Astronomy’ (originally recorded by Blue Oyster Cult), ‘Whiskey In The Jar’ (originally recorded by Thin Lizzy), ‘Tuesday’s Gone’ (originally recorded by Lynyrd Skynyrd) and ‘The More I See’ (originally recorded by Discharge).


The second disc is: ‘Helpless’ (originally recorded by Diamond Head) ‘The Small Hours’ (originally recorded by Holocaust), ‘The Wait’ (originally recorded by Killing Joke), ‘Crash Course In Brain Surgery’ (originally recorded by Budgie), ‘Last Caress / Green Hell’ (originally recorded by The Misfits) ‘Am I Evil?’ (originally recorded by Diamond Head), ‘Blitzkrieg’ (originally recorded by Blitzkrieg), ‘Breadfan’ (originally recorded by Budgie), ‘The Prince’ (originally recorded by Diamond Head), ‘Stone Cold Crazy’ (originally recorded by Queen), ‘So What’ (originally recorded by The Anti-Nowhere League), ‘Killing Time’ (originally recorded by Sweet Savage), ‘Overkill’ (originally recorded by Motorhead), ‘Damage Case’ (originally recorded by Motorhead), ‘Stone Dead Forever’ (originally recorded by Motorhead) and Too Late Too Late (originally recorded by Motorhead).

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