The Blackest Album: An Industrial Tribute to Metallica

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The Blackest Album: An Industrial Tribute to Metallica
The Blackest Album cover.jpg
Compilation album by
Various Artists
Released August 4, 1998 (1998-08-04)
Genre Industrial metal, post-industrial, electronica
Length 58:49
Label Cleopatra

The Blackest Album: An Industrial Tribute to Metallica is the first in a series of tribute albums featuring various industrial and electronica bands covering songs of Metallica.

Track listing

  1. "Nothing Else Matters" - Apoptygma Berzerk
  2. "Battery" (Re-Filtered by Filter Section) - Die Krupps
  3. "The Thing That Should Not Be" (Back in Black mix) - Razed In Black
  4. "For Whom the Bell Tolls" - Spew
  5. "Master of Puppets" - Hellsau
  6. "Damage Inc." - Razed In Black
  7. "Whiplash" - Abaddon (of Venom)
  8. "Wherever I May Roam" - Godheads
  9. "Nothing Else Matters" (Elemental mix) - The Element
  10. "The Thing That Should Not Be" - Carbon 12
  11. "Seek & Destroy" - Birmingham 6
  12. "Sad But True" - In Strict Confidence
  13. "Battery" (High Voltage mix) - La Honda Militia


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