Metallica Kicks Off JIMMY KIMMEL Live To Celebrate 72 SEASONS Residency

Metallica Kicks Off JIMMY KIMMEL Live

The famous thrash band, Metallica will be on Jimmy Kimmel Live! almost every night this week.

The anticipation for Metallica’s newest album, 72 Seasons, which will be released on Friday, April 14th, has been through the roof, and fresh information on the album has been making its way online virtually on a daily basis.

Metallica’s 72 SEASONS Residency

The band tweeted, “We’re celebrating #72Seasons release week by taking over late night! Catch us on @JimmyKimmelLive on ABC Monday, April 10—Thursday, April 13 for four live performances, one night of chatting on the couch, and whatever other fun Jimmy has in store for us.”

In an earlier episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” from 2021, METALLICA read a slew of one-star reviews of their groundbreaking Black Album. Kimmel presided over a December charity performance and auction featuring METALLICA titled “All Within My Hands.”

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The metal veterans have plenty of other opportunities to celebrate the release of their 12th studio album, 72 Seasons, which is scheduled for this coming Friday (April 14). One of these opportunities is a one-night-only global premiere cinema event/worldwide listening party that will take place in 81 countries on the night before the collection’s release. This will take place on Thursday (April 13).

METALLICA and Trafalgar are reuniting for the world premiere of “72 Seasons,” following their collaboration on the October 2019 worldwide cinematic release of “S&M²,” which chronicled the reunion of METALLICA and the San Francisco Symphony to commemorate the 20th anniversary of their original “S&M” (Symphony & Metallica) concerts and releases.

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Metallica’s Marching Band Competition

In addition, “For Whom the Band Tolls,” a marching band competition, will begin with awards totaling more than $150,000. As part of a nationwide competition, marching bands of various skill levels are tasked with delivering the “most exciting, unique, and impressive performances of some of the band’s most beloved songs.”

Prize money for the five categories includes Collegiate (Div 1)—$75,000 in prizes; Collegiate (Div. 2, 3)—$40,000 in prizes; High school—$15,000 in prizes; Fan Favorite collegiate—$10,000; and Fan Favorite high school—$10,000. The deadline for submitting videos is November 16th, with voting beginning on November 17th and the winners being announced on December 1st.

Here, interested marching bands may learn more about the event and peruse a collection of marching band charts for songs by Metallica. Metallica and its sponsors (among them Tama, Sweetwater, KHS America, Zildjian, D’Addario, Gator, and Hal Leonard) will provide musical instruments to the top performing bands so that they may use them in their school music programs.

When it comes to late-night television, “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” holds the record for continuous airing.

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Seven years after the release of “Hardwired… To Self-Destruct,” METALLICA has reissued some of its classic albums, released a second live album with the San Francisco Symphony, commissioned a covers album featuring the likes of GHOST, VOLBEAT, WEEZER, and THE HU, and charted with “Master Of Puppets” after prominent placement in the hit Netflix show “Stranger Things.”

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