Metallica’s ‘Blackened’ Whiskey Is Forged By The Band’s Music
What a time to be alive, folks. Metallica, the American heavy metal band has come out with their first-ever spirit which is called Blackened American Whiskey. Esquire reports that the drink is a “blend of American bourbon, rye, and whiskey, that is aged with music”.
This is how that happens – once the alcohol is stored in barrels, it is “inundated with low hertz sound waves so intense that it actually enhances the molecular interaction and ultimately the finish of the whiskey”, according to the band. In short, the blend is pummeled with Metallica music through subwoofers.
Esquire reports that the first batch is called 081 and was aged with a playlist that includes songs like “Eye of the Beholder,” “For Whom the Bell Tolls,” and ” The Frayed Ends of Sanity”.