METALLICA On Cover Of BILLBOARD's 'Musician's Guide To Touring & Promotion'

METALLICA is featured on the cover of Billboard's Musician's Guide To Touring & Promotion summer/fall 2011 edition.

According to a press release, the book features "more than 6,000 updated contacts. It's everything the working musician needs to book gigs, contact record labels, find a manager, locate tour services, and more. It's information you can trust from the publishers of Billboard. And, unlike annual directories, the Musician's Guide is updated every six months."

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METALLICA made Billboard magazine's "Top 25 Tours Of 2010" list, which was compiled from Boxscore data reported for the Nov. 28, 2009 issue through the Nov. 20, 2010 issue.

METALLICA grossed $62 million from mostly international dates, for the most part wrapping a 200-plus-show tour in support of the band's latest album, "Death Magnetic". With just 33 shows reported, METALLICA drew attendance of more than 700,000.

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