Metallica’s Kill ‘Em All Turns 30: Rob Halford, Jason Newsted + More Discuss The Seminal Debut Album

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[Photo: Getty Images]

[Photo: Getty Images]

Rudy Sarzo (Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne)

“I was in the Quiet Riot tour bus in the midst of our Metal Health tour. We were listening to new releases that we had picked up at a recent in store appearance. My first impression was that they sounded like a young, modern Black Sabbath. While the rest of us where playing good time party music, Metallica was writing and performing socially conscious themed music. My favorite track from the album has always been ‘Seek and Destroy.’ In my opinion, this track laid the ground work for Metallica’s future musical direction.”

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