Metallica recently revealed a Nov. 18 street date for their Hardwired ... To Self-Destruct album, but ever the perfectionists, the band has been tinkering with things like the running order of late. But in a new update and video posted the band's website, it's confirmed that the album is done!

"Guess what?!? It’s DONE! We have put the finishing touches on our next album Hardwired…To Self-Destruct and are looking forward to the next phase of unleashing it to the world, waking the monster that is Metallica and hitting the road," says the update. "As we were in the 11th hour of wrapping it up it dawned on us that we have never shared with you in any sort of cohesive 'official' manner the extensive covers we have worked on since Death Magnetic. While digging into the bonus options to compliment the 12-song album with additional material, we realized that none of our versions of these songs from some of our favorite and most respected artists have been readily available on our very own Blackened Recordings. So with that said, we’re here to tell you about some changes we’ve made to the deluxe versions of Hardwired... in place of the previously announced 'Riff Origins.'"

They continue, "The 2016 version of 'Lords of Summer' from the studio in its full glory as originally promised is still included, but now we’ve added the 'Ronnie Rising Medley,' originally only available only on the Ronnie James Dio – This Is Your Life tribute album, along with the Iron Maiden cover of 'Remember Tomorrow' rounded out by Deep Purple’s 'When a Blind Man Cries.' And by the way all of these tracks have been recently re-mastered for optimum 2016 sound quality. Just for fun (and because there was room!) the special set we did at Rasputin’s in Berkeley, CA on Record Store Day 2016 to celebrate the reissues of Kill ‘Em All and Ride The Lightning is here all re-mixed and mastered."

They finish the update stating, "Lastly we had such an amazing time being a part of the first weekend of events ever held at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis last month. It was an honor and a thrill to test out 'Hardwired' live there and we just had to commemorate the debut by including the recording from that night here."

Check out the band's updated track listing for their deluxe editions of the Hardwired ... To Self-Destruct album below and watch a video with Lars Ulrich officially crossing off the final box of recording at this location.

Metallica, Hardwired ... To Self-Destruct Deluxe Edition (Digital Download & CD)

Disc One

Hardwired
Atlas, Rise!
Now That We’re Dead
Moth Into Flame
Dream No More
Halo On Fire

Disc Two

Confusion
ManUNkind
Here Comes Revenge
Am I Savage?
Murder One
Spit Out the Bone

Disc Three (Bonus)

Lords of Summer (2016)
Ronnie Rising Medley
When a Blind Man Cries
Remember Tomorrow
Helpless (Live at Rasputin Music)
Hit the Lights (Live at Rasputin Music)
The Four Horsemen (Live at Rasputin Music)
Ride the Lightning (Live at Rasputin Music)
Fade to Black (Live at Rasputin Music)
Jump in the Fire (Live at Rasputin Music)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live at Rasputin Music)
Creeping Death (Live at Rasputin Music)
Metal Militia (Live at Rasputin Music)
Hardwired (Live in Minneapolis)

Deluxe Box Set (3LP + 1CD)

Disc One Side A

Hardwired
Atlas, Rise!
Now That We’re Dead

Disc One Side B

Moth Into Flame
Am I Savage?
Halo On Fire

Disc Two Side C

Confusion
Dream No More
ManUNkind

Disc Two Side D

Here Comes Revenge
Murder One
Spit Out the Bone

Disc Three Side E (Bonus)

Lords of Summer (2016)

Disc Three Side F (Bonus)

Hardwired (Live in Minneapolis)

Bonus CD

Ronnie Rising Medley
When a Blind Man Cries
Remember Tomorrow
Helpless (Live at Rasputin Music)
Hit the Lights (Live at Rasputin Music)
The Four Horsemen (Live at Rasputin Music)
Ride the Lightning (Live at Rasputin Music)
Fade to Black (Live at Rasputin Music)
Jump in the Fire (Live at Rasputin Music)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (Live at Rasputin Music)
Creeping Death (Live at Rasputin Music)
Metal Militia (Live at Rasputin Music)

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