New Metallica jigsaws celebrate band’s iconic album covers

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Metallica might be about to release a book about their history aimed specifically at younger fans (opens in new tab), but a new range of jigsaws might be more your thing.

Zee Productions are about to release four separate 500-piece puzzles, each depicting the covers of the band’s first four albums: Kill ‘Em All (opens in new tab), Ride The Lightning (opens in new tab), Master Of Puppets (opens in new tab) and …And Justice For All. (opens in new tab)

Each is now available to pre-order (opens in new tab), with the company previously releasing puzzles based around Iron Maiden (opens in new tab), Motorhead (opens in new tab), Judas Priest (opens in new tab) and Slayer (opens in new tab).

Metallica are currently on the road on the latest European leg of their globe-spanning WorldWired tour. They’ll return to the US in September for two shows with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their landmark S&M live album.

Earlier this week, the band released a video showing Robert Trujillo and Kirk Hammett cover Rammstein’s Engel (opens in new tab) during their recent show in Berlin.

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