At this point in their career, Metallica have no one left to impress, and no one's expectations to meet but their own. But, to their credit, they don't rest on the laurels, and 30 years on, they continue to push the boundaries
Metallica had so much fun at 'Metallica Night' this past spring that they're going to do it again! The band revealed that they will join the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park for the second annual 'Metallica Night' on May 16, 2014.
You have to love the Interwebs. No sooner does something happen - anywhere in the world - someone will have it posted on youtube, facebook, or any number of news or infotainment websites. Sometimes that's a good thing
With their career at a crucial stage, Metallica weren't able to wait very long before replacing original bassist Cliff Burton. On Nov. 8, 1986, roughly 10 weeks after the horrific bus crash that took Burton’s life, the soon-to-be metal giants played their first gig with Jason Newsted at the Country Club in Reseda, Calif.
I hate clowns. And not just a little. I REALLY hate clowns. Pennywise, Bozo, Corky the Clown, John Wayne Gacy. I would rather endure a battery acid enema than spend 30 seconds in the presence of a clown
As speculated the other day, things are about to get a whole lot chillier for Metallica. The band is heading to Antarctica for a concert on the cold continent in December. And here's the best part: They'll be playing without amps!
At this point, the members of Metallica are probably very accustomed to being asked the status of their next disc. Their last release was 2008’s ‘Death Magnetic' and fans are clearly hungry for new Metallica music. Not to fear though, drummer Lars Ulrich explains that writing new material has always been part of their game plan.
Metallica, U2 and Green Day are three of the biggest bands in the world in different genres. Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich reveals in a new interview that he'd like the three titans to team up for a tour, and apparently the other bands could be up for it, as well.
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