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Metallica cancel Australia, New Zealand tour as Hetfield enters rehab

Reuters Saturday, 28 September 2019
American heavy metal band Metallica has canceled its upcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand, saying that lead singer and guitarist James Hetfield has been admitted into an addiction treatment program.
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