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Metallica ‘Hoping’ To Get Album Out in 2014

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Metallica lead guitarist Kirk Hammett told the United Arab Emirates’ GulfNews.com that the band hopes to release its next album in 2014, but that actually making headway on the project is “a pretty slow process.” Although band members have said in other interviews that they’re aiming for the follow-up to 2008′s Death Magnetic to come out next year, Hammett explained, “That’s what we’re hoping would happen. Whether that’s a reality, we’ll see. We’re recording stuff here and there, but it’s a pretty slow process.”

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