Metallica unveiled their new track “The Lords of Summer,” in front of an excited Colombian crowd last night marking their first new music since 2008’s Death Magnetic.
“We both never felt comfortable going down the same path that everyone else was doing. Metallica’s always been autonomous, and Lou Reed is the godfather of being an outsider, being autonomous, marching to his own drum.”
Metallica will peel off the music from their forthcoming 3-D feature film, Metallica Through The Never, and release it as a stand-alone two disc set on September 24, just days before the movie hits IMAX theaters nationwide.
The world’s largest comic book and entertainment convention will receive a healthy dose of hard rock in the form of advance film clips and a live performance at a secret location.
Everyone has an opinion on who their favorite musicians are, but for Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, Deep Purple is up there and deserves a long-due induction into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. Ulrich […]
The long-awaited 3D concert film from the heavy metal heroes will get a super-sized premiere this fall.
The biggest metal band in the world has not only conquered the festival circuit, it’s created its own. Metallica has announced the complete line up for its second annual Orion Music + More Festival, set […]
Turns out that Metallica must have been pleased with its first annual Orion Festival in Atlantic City, New Jersey last June because the Bay Area metal band has just announced a date and city for […]
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In [lastfm]Metallica’s[/lastfm] 2004 documentary Some Kind of Monster, the band suffered from emotional bouts of melancholy, toddler-esque temper tantrums, and a lot of misguided anarchy. But drummer [lastfm]Lars Ulrich[/lastfm] says that they are no longer “friends of […]