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Kill 'Em All

Kill 'Em All

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Released 2016, US

Digitally remastered vinyl edition of Metallica's 1983 debut album. 'Kill 'Em All' is regarded as a groundbreaking album for thrash metal due to its precise musicianship, blending New Wave of British Heavy Metal riffs with hardcore punk tempos. The album's musical approach and lyrics stood out from the rock mainstream of the early ‘80s, inspiring numerous bands that followed suit. Metallica emerged as one of the most influential heavy metal bands of the '80s, credited with grounding the genre and eschewing typical rockstar antics. Their innovative use of speed and volume served to enrich their intricately structured compositions, pushing the boundaries of thrash metal.



  • A1: Hit The Lights (4:17)
  • A2: The Four Horsemen (7:08)
  • A3: Motorbreath (3:03)
  • A4: Jump In The Fire (4:50)
  • A5: (Anesthesia)-Pulling Teeth (3:27)
  • A6: Whiplash (4:06)
  • B1: Phantom Lord (4:52)
  • B2: No Remorse (6:24)
  • B3: Seek & Destroy (6:50)
  • B4: Metal Militia (6:06)

Genres & Styles

Genres: Rock
Styles: Thrash and Speed Metal

Other Information

"P. USA" stamped in runouts indicates a [l=Pallas USA] pressing, utilizing German-made pressing equipment. The rest of the runouts are etched.

The catalog number BLCKND003R-1 is featured on the jacket and inner sleeve, while BLCKND003R is displayed on the labels.

The release with [r=28637881] is the only other one sharing the same barcode.

Comes with a glossy double-sided insert containing lyrics, credits, and band photos on the flip side.

Includes a 320kbps Download Card.

Recorded & Mixed at Music America in May 1983.
Remastered at Howie Weinberg Mastering in Los Angeles, CA.
Vinyl Masters at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Los Angeles, CA.

Originally released as Megaforce #069 on July 25, 1983.

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* Audio and tracklist in this preview may differ from the vinyl record. See tracklist for the vinyl record above.