Metallica will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their classic 1988 studio album ...And Justice for All with a remastered and expanded reissue. The thrash metal giants will re-release their breakthrough 4th album in a variety of editions on Nov. 2 via Blackened Recordings.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers dropped the big news on Sept. 6 via Twitter and other social media along with an official "Justice" unboxing video. The announcement follows the launching of the nine-time Grammy winner's 2018 North American leg of their highly anticipated Worldwired Tour, which kicked off Sept. 2 in Madison, Wisconsin.
Along with the original 9-track album, which features the singles “Harvester of Sorrow,” “Eye of the Beholder” and “One,” the “definitive” expanded set includes unreleased demos, rough mixes, previously unreleased live tracks, as well as a booklet of unseen photos by Ross Halfin. Rabid Metallica fans with an extra coin in their pocket can purchase a limited edition deluxe set, which includes a remastered double LP, a “One” picture disc, a 3-LP live concert from a1989 Seattle show, 11 CDs, four DVDs plus other bonuses.
The “Justice” reissue is available for preorder here in standard, deluxe and limited edition versions in digital, CD, cassette, streaming and vinyl formats. All versions of the 30th-anniversary edition have been remastered by Greg Fidelman. Fans can check out the official unboxing video above, which features Metallica's lead guitarist Kirk Hammett displaying the contents of the deluxe edition.
Metallica will continue their Worldwired Tour on Sept. 6 in Lincoln, NE, at Pinnacle Bank Arena with the current leg scheduled to wrap up March 13, 2019, in Grand Rapids, MI, at Van Andel Arena. Grab your Metallica tickets right now at AXS. For all the latest details on Metallica, click here.