Metallica is giving away a copy of the highly anticipated Metallica bio Enter Night, by acclaimed music journalist Mick Wall, to three lucky fans. Enter now for your chance to win!

They are the last of the superstar rockers, whose roots lie in the heavy rock of '70s groups like Deep Purple. When Lars Ulrich and James Hetfield formed Metallica, they invented 80s thrash metal and went on to become the biggest-selling band in the world in the '90s with the Black Album and hit single "Enter Sandman."

Enter Night is the story of how Metallica survived death, divorce, drugs and rehab, legal battles, and the filming of the rock documentary Some Kind Of Monster, finally coming full circle in 2008 with their Rick Rubin-produced number 1 album, "Death Magnetic."

Mick Wall - who has known and studied Metallica for twenty-five years - spoke to band members, record company execs, road crew and fellow stars to create an unflinching portrait of America's most famous heavy metal band.

Fans will read how:

  • They made such classics as Master of Puppets and the 25-million-copy selling Black Album
  • The death of bassist Cliff Burton altered everything
  • Dave Mustaine really felt about the band he helped create
  • Ozzy had never heard of Metallica when they got their big break on tour with him
  • They survived 90s grunge by reinventing themselves
  • They nearly lost it all battling Napster, threatening to sue 300,000 fans who had downloaded their music for free

Mixed with Mick's blaringly honest first-person stories about his time with the band, Enter Night is the definitive Metallica biography, and the closest fans will get to the truth.

Congratulations to the winners, Brent Weishaupt, Denis Howard, and Karen Farrow!