A Day of the Dead/Too Much Horror Business Book Release Extravaganza w/ Death Angel and Judgement Day

Want to keep the HORROR excitement going after Halloween is over? Kirk Von Hammett presents a Day of the Dead/"Too Much Horror Business" book release event. Wear your finest ghoulish and ghastly costumes and come to Public Works – San Francisco on Thursday November 1, 2012 at 9pm PT to celebrate all things horror. Come join us for Zombies, Burlesque Dancers, horror face painting, special guests Judgement Day and a LIVE set by Bay Area favorites Death Angel! Also featuring DJ sets by Motion Potion and guest MC Nikki Blakk. Must be 21+ to attend. Ticketfly.com general ticket on-sale is Friday, September 28, 2012 at 10am PT beginning with a very limited "early bird" price of $9.99 then full price of $13.99.

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September 28, 2012 ...And On Top of That

Details on Kirk's Signing at CHILLER THEATRE

We all know that it will be impossible for Kirk Hammett of Metallica to sign for the thousands of fans at Chiller with the extremely limited time he has available to appear. So the only fair thing to do to give everyone an equal opportunity to meet Kirk is to hold a random lottery drawing via the mail for Kirk's special book signing at October's Chiller Expo!

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September 25, 2012 ...And On Top of That

Kirk Hammett of Metallica Talks His Book "Too Much Horror Business"

Hammett's forthcoming book Too Much Horror Business examines his lifelong passion thoroughly and with as much fervor as he speaks on the subject. The legendary guitarist's understanding of horror is inspiring and thought-provoking as he offers a guided tour of his impressive collection of genre artifacts. He tells the story in captivating fashion, matching the rhythm with which he plays guitar. He remains one of history's best guitarists, and one reason is his diverse knowledge of all art forms - including horror.

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September 11, 2012 ...And On Top of That

Kirk Hammett: Some kind of monster fan

For the past three years, Hammett has spent his down time at home and in dressing rooms working on his first book, "Too Much Horror Business", which comes out in October. The title might imply a treatise on his time with Metallica, but the coffee-table tome actually catalogs his collection of horror movie memorabilia.

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September 10, 2012 ...And On Top of That