Original bass guitarist of Metallica, Ron McGovney, recalled the day when they recorded the ‘No Life ‘Til Leather’ demo by sharing a new post on his official Twitter account.
Before releasing their debut album in 1983, Kill ‘Em All, Metallica released a demo in which become the most famous demo record of the band, No Life ‘Til Leather, back in 1982.
All the songs in the demo also appeared in the debut album within the same track-listing, and there were only small differences with the songs such as the new bass solos from the late bass guitarist, Cliff Burton.
In the tweet, Ron shared ticked of one of the shows of Metallica and mentioned that they played in a midnight show on Monday at the Troubadour. As Gon said, they started to record No Life ‘Til Leather the next day.
Ron McGovney wrote:
“39 years ago today, Metallica played a midnight show on a Monday at the Troubadour. The next day, we recorded No Life Til Leather at an 8 track studio in Orange, California.”
You can check out the post below.
39 years ago today , @Metallica played a midnight show on a Monday at the Troubadour. The next day , we recorded No Life Til Leather at an 8 track studio in Orange , California. pic.twitter.com/DrKuW70Fsn
— Ron McGovney (@RonMcGovney) July 5, 2021