Metallica’s first track in six years has made its way right to the top on Active Rock Radio already.
Metallica made their return last month with ‘Lux Æterna’, the first track from their upcoming new album ’72 Seasons’.
And it has already made an absolutely massive impact in the US.
According to Mediabase’s Building Charts, the song is now No.01 on US Active Rock radio.
It replaced Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘One Of Those Days’ which was No.01 last week, and that’s because it has received 1986 plays in the last week, a 12.6% increase on the week before.
The song has already been streamed over ten million times on Spotify and the video has been viewed 11 million times.
Pretty massive launch, right?
Here it is for your listening and viewing pleasure:
’72 Seasons’ is set for release on April 14 next year.
The artwork looks like this:
And the tracklisting like this:
01. 72 Seasons
02. Shadows Follow
03. Screaming Suicide
04. Sleepwalk My Life Away
05. You Must Burn!
06. Lux Æterna
07. Crown of Barbed Wire
08. Chasing Light
09. If Darkness Had a Son
10. Too Far Gone?
11. Room of Mirrors
Here’s how the rock world reacted to the announcement and the track: