"... And justice for all" had the difficult task of succeeding the phenomenal "Master of Puppets" but also to introduce the public Jason Newsted, their new bassist following the tragic deaths of Clive Burton in 1986 during a tour in Sweden. With this album, more intro on acoustic guitar arpeggios announcing the storm is within seconds the Mets sway us their devastating riffs in the face !!! The color is announced immediately, it will not laugh ... I think this "... And justice for all" is the final chapter in the saga of the group in the trenches of trash-metal they practically invented (with the participation of many other groups of course). The group takes pleasure to build his tracks in different ways, varying tempos as always, moods and even demonstrating even more daring than before with pieces surrounding almost every 7 to 9 minutes .. . This is also one of the only complaints I could do about this record, the 1st plays are pretty difficles and make this album a bit "heavy" at first glance. But once everything more or less assimilated and digested, each piece is revealed to be just impressive both technically and in terms of the composition. The "One" song is a perfect example, all starts on some notes arpeggio followed by solos pretty pushing up the sauce until the fateful moment or Lars strikes us the coup de grace with large refort double pedal mimicking a burst balls before giving way to a square riff, accurate and devastating ... The title ends after a sacred demonstration by the always technical guitarists. Then we realize that throughout the 7.20 minutes we did not have time to be bored one single second and it's not one of the easier tasks when making this kind of music. .. Simply epic !!!