Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich just participated in one of Reddit's 'Ask Me Anything' Q&A sessions yesterday (Jan. 30). The site's AMA sessions are well-known to extract new and fascinating information from the subject themselves, and this instance is no different. During the AMA session, Ulrich responded to fan questions about criticism aimed at Metallica, progress on the band's next album, the drummer's current thoughts on longtime friend / rival Dave Mustaine + much more.
This past weekend at The Grammy's Lars Ulrich of Metallica was stopped on the red carpet by Billboard and talked about how the fans will pick the set list for upcoming Summer shows and gave us an idea on when to expect new Metallica.
There's some sad news coming out of the Metallica camp, as the band's drummer, Lars Ulrich, recently revealed that the band will probably use up all of this year recording the album, meaning the new album won't be here until next year.
Metallica made it back to the Grammys on Sunday (Jan. 26) to perform a familiar favorite, but with a twist. The group rocked their previous Grammy-winning single 'One' with the aid of classical pianist Lang Lang.
Metallica put their all into the 'Metallica Through the Never' 3D film last year and from what the band wanted out of the movie creatively it was a success, but the box office returns for the movie were definitely under what was anticipated. Guitarist Kirk Hammett has now spoken about the response to the film in a new interview.
It's been a while since we've seen Metallica on the Grammy stage, but the band intend on making an impression with their upcoming appearance. Guitarist Kirk Hammett tells Rolling Stone, "It's gonna be completely insane."
Not planning to watch the 56th Annual Grammy Awards? You may want to reconsider, because Metallica will be performing at the show! In typical Grammy fashion, Metallica won't be simply playing a song straight-up. Instead the thrash band will collaborate with Chinese concert pianist Lang Lang.
Earlier this month, Metallica became the first band to play seven different continents in one year with their show in Antarctica. Now the band has made HD video footage of the entire 'Freeze 'Em All: Live in Antarctica' concert available via their YouTube channel (watch above).
10 days ago, the Bay Area metal legends set a world record for playing each of the seven continents in just a year. The close-quarters concert featured a 10 song set by the band at the Carlini Argentine Base. Check out the recap video here.
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