Fade to Black: Metallica Exhibit Coming Next Month

01/05/2011
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(Gibson) Classic Rock magazine is reporting that a special Metallica photo exhibition will launch in February at Proud Camden in London. Fade to Black: Metallica by Bill Hale chronicles the band in their early years, from 1982-1984.

Included in the collection are photos of the band's first show with bassist Cliff Burton, the band's final show in the Bay Area with Dave Mustaine and Kirk Hammett's debut with the group in San Francisco.

Bill Hale was chief photographer at Metal Rendezvous in the early 1980s. He travelled extensively with the band during their formative years. Many of the photos in the exhibition have never been seen by the public. more on this story

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