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In 2000, Metallica led the case against the peer-to-peer file sharing service Napster , in which the band and several other artists filed lawsuits against the service for sharing their copyright-protected material without consent; after reaching a settlement, Napster became a pay-to-use service in 2003. Metallica was the subject of the acclaimed 2004 documentary film Some Kind of Monster , which documented the troubled production of the band's eighth album, St. Anger (2003), and the internal struggles within the band at the time. In 2009, Metallica was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame . The band wrote the screenplay for and starred in the 2013 IMAX concert film Metallica: Through the Never , in which the band performed live against a fictional thriller storyline.

Many metal fans are ready to disown METALLICA once again after their left-of-center (to put it nicely) collaboration with Lou Reed , "Lulu" . Yet, the Metalli-dudes are as savvy as Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley in working this market to their best advantage, particularly in the face of rejection. METALLICA never stays in a rut, that's another fact.

Quebec Magnetic is a live concert video album by Metallica, documenting two shows the band played at the Colisée Pepsi in Quebec City, Canada on October 31 and November 1, 2009 on their World Magnetic Tour, released on December 10, 2012. The album will the first to be released via Metallica's own label, Blackened Recordings. The album was announced on September 20, 2012, with fans voting online to decide which of the two shows recorded would be shown in its entirety; the remaining songs will be shown as "extras" on the album.[1] On October 22, the album's tracklist, release date and cover art was released.[2] A 33 second teaser trailer for the album was released on November 19.

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