Metallica and Lou Reed have posted a second trailer for their forthcoming collaboration album ‘Lulu’, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to watch it.
‘Lulu’, which is based around German playwright Frank Wedekind’s 1913 play about the life of an abused dancer, is due for release on October 31, with the North American release following a day later on November 1.
The trailer, which is 97 seconds long, uses the album’s lead-off single ‘The View’ as a backdrop to promise the listener an album that will feature “sex”, “violence”, “murder”, “madness”, “desire” and “greed” as well as a host of other things.
The promotional poster for the album was recently banned on tube trains and in stations by London Underground after bosses ruled that the artwork for the album looked too much like graffiti.
The metal titans will make their UK debut with Reed on November 8 when they will perform tracks from ‘Lulu’ on Later… With Jools Holland.
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