Documentary: Is “St. Anger” by Metallica that bad?!
Released back in 2003, “St. Anger” marked the eighth studio record from San Francisco California Thrash Kings Metallica. despite receiving mixed reviews for a lack of solos and drummer Lars Ulrich not using the snares on his snare drum, ending up with a tin ring sound to the drums that is often likened to sounding like it’s being played in a trash can, the result is something raw, abrasive and in your face. So for our money, it’s not bad at all, especially when compared with some of their other mixed offerings. Hell, it sold 2 million copies in the US alone at the height of P2P file sharing. In this new clip Pete Cotrell goes in deep on the whole thing and it’s a great watch.