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Beginning Mon May 16,  listen weekdays for the cue to call and be the 9th caller at 833-408-0929!

You’ll win a Blackened Whiskey tumbler and tickets to see Metallica rock the Boston Calling Festival!!

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PLUS, qualify to fly to their show at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, with a backstage Blackened Whiskey tasting with the distiller.

Listen during these hours to win!

Mon May 16: 9am, 2pm

Tue May 17: 11am, 4pm

Wed May 18: 12pm, 3pm

Thu May 19: 10am, 1pm

Fri May 20: 9am, 12pm

Mon May 23: 12pm, 4pm

Tue May 24: 10am, 1pm

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Blackened Whiskey began as a collaborative effort between Metallica and Master Distiller & Blender Dave Pickerell. Sadly, Dave passed away in late 2018, shortly after the launch of BLACKENED. In 2019, Master Distiller Rob Dietrich joined as Master Distiller & Blender, and guardian of Dave’s legacy blend: an unconventional whiskey of uncompromising quality.

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Revisiting the Videos from Metallica's 'Black Album'

  • "Enter Sandman"

    The clip for lead single “Enter Sandman” hit MTV a day after the song debuted on rock radio: July 30, 1991. Directed by Wayne Isham–who made his bones in the ’80s making music videos for Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, Def Leppard and others–it was the first taste fans got of what The Black Album would look and sound like.

  • "The Unforgiven"

    “The Unforgiven” had a decidedly different look: stark, bleak, out-of-focus. It was the product of director Matt Mahurin, whose distinctive style permeated music videos in the ’90s. Clips from Soundgarden, Alice In Chains, and Bush all come to mind.

  • "Nothing Else Matters"

    1991: The year Metallica wrote a proper ballad. This was a bone of contention for die-hard Metallica fans at the time, but given the fact that the Adam Dubin-directed clip, which features footage of the band recording The Black Album, is up over ONE BILLION views on YouTube, I’d say history will judge it as a good move.

  • "Wherever I May Roam"

    Fun fact: Bands in the ’80s and ’90s who were lucky enough to go four singles deep on an album were contractually obligated to make a “performance montage” video for the fourth single. At least that’s what I heard.

  • "Sad But True"

    The band reunited with Wayne Isham for the fifth and final video from the album.

Contest Rules

For the “Metallica Home & Away” on-air Contest, listen to ROCK 92.9 from May 16, 2022 through May 24, 2022 between the hours of 9:00am ET and 5:00pm ET for the cue to call. The correct caller as stated by the personality with the cue to call will be selected as the prize winner and upon verification, winner will receive a pair of wristbands to see Metallica at Boston Calling Music Festival on Sunday, May 29th, 2022. Up to fourteen (14) winners will be selected as described. Approximate Retail Value (“ARV”) of prize is three hundred dollars ($300.00). In the event that a prize or prize certificate is mailed to the winner, it will be with the prior written consent of the winner and therefore, winner assumes the risk of its arrival. The Station is not responsible for the safe arrival of a prize or prize certificate. Courtesy of ROCK 92.9, Blackened Whiskey and Boston Calling Music Festival.