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Metallica Warns Fans About Fake Music and Tour Websites.

Metallica has issued a letter to its fans in which it advises them to be wary of websites that falsely claim to be giving away bitcoin in conjunction with the band’s upcoming songs and tour.

The world-famous metal band has just released the first song off their eleventh studio album, which is titled “Lux Eterna,” and they recently made the announcement. The album is scheduled to come out on April 14, 2023, and it will be the follow-up to the long-playing record titled “Hardwired… To Self-Destruct,” which was released in 2016.

In the spring of 2019, Metallica will begin their tour in Europe, after which they will head to North America. This also contains headlining spots that were previously confirmed for the Download Festival.

Metallica has just now (December 6) posted an official statement on all of their social networks. They added, “After last week’s great news about our new song, new album, and new tour, sadly, the uglier side of social media has appeared,” and they included a link to a screenshot of the post.

“Many of you have contacted us to let us know about YouTube channels and live broadcasts, in addition to websites, that claim to be delivering Metallica Crypto giveaways in conjunction with the announcement that took place a week ago,” the band said in a statement. “Thank you for all of your help.”

The following is the continuation of the message: “Let’s be as clear as possible. This whole thing is a con. They are uploaded to phoney YouTube channels that impersonate ours and all of the links in their descriptions lead to websites that we do not administer. Please keep in mind that each of our official accounts on social media has been verified. Before you believe something wild and outrageous, you should always hunt for formal confirmation of it first.

“We would want to express our gratitude to everyone who so quickly alerted us and YouTube to these live broadcasts… I beg you, don’t throw in the towel!

After that, Metallica provided a list of their official website as well as their other social platforms along with their names. In the message, it was emphasised that people should “Check out the symbols that lead to the legitimate channel and report anything that is a fraud!”

Earlier, when asked about the meaning behind the song’s title, “72 Seasons,” frontman James Hatfield provided the following explanation: “72 seasons. The first 18 years of our lives are crucial in determining whether we will become our genuine or fake selves. The concept that our parents shaped our identities by telling us “who we are.” A probable categorization about the type of person that everyone of us is.

“I believe that the most interesting aspect of this is to further investigate these fundamental ideas and how they influence our vision of the world in the present day. The vast majority of our adult experiences are either a reproduction of or a reaction to the events that occurred during our infancy. We are either prisoners of our own childhoods or freed from the chains that we have been wearing.

In other developments, guitarist Kirk Hammett recently discussed the band’s survival in an interview where he discussed how “toxic masculinity” played a role.

Lars Ulrich, drummer for Metallica, recently discussed the band’s decision to grant permission for Stranger Things to use “Master of Puppets” in the upcoming fourth season of the programme.

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