Interview: Metallica’s Lars Ulrich on Orion Fest, the Golden Gods and Getting Punched at a Black Flag Concert
The legendary drummer looks back on violent hardcore shows and Kill ‘Em All, and ahead to a momentous year!
Today would have been the legendary Metallica bassist’s 51st birthday.
Earlier this year, pyromaniacal metal outfit West of Hell released their debut full-length, Spiral Empire. A fiery personality behind the kit, drummer Andrew Hulme offers here his picks for the five drummers who have influenced him the most. 1. Vinnie Paul, Pantera “Cowboys from Hell was the first metal album I [...]
This past weekend was the historic, first-ever Orion Music + More festival, Metallica’s very own two-day extravaganza featuring dozens of bands, comedians, lifestlye tents and much, much more (read a full recap here). Somehow, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich took some time out of his busy day on Sunday to check in from Orion and give [...]
Speaking to Guitar World last week, Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett revealed that Lars Ulrich’s contribution to the band’s upcoming Orion Music + More festival’s “lifestyle tents” would be a film festival. Now, in the below video, Lars reveals the details of his “Hit the Lights” tent, which will featured a screening of Mission to Lars, [...]
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Metallica recently discussed the details of their next album, which according to drummer Lars Ulrich, the band are “About seven, eight songs into.” Ulrich went onto say about the follow-up to 2008′s Death Magnetic: “We do it in rounds. We come up with something, we leave it, go to [...]
Metallica have released a four-song EP, titled Beyond Magnetic, today. The four previously unreleased tracks were recorded during sessions for their 2008 Death Magnetic album, but didn’t make the cut at the time. The EP will be available exclusively on iTunes for one week only. “During the Death Magnetic album sessions in 2007 and 2008, [...]
Lou Reed and Metallica have posted a 60-second electronic press kit for their upcoming album Lulu, which comes out November 1. The clip, which you can watch below, shows Reed, along with Metallica’s James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich, discussing the record.
Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, and Anthrax, performing together as the Big Four, stormed New York City’s Yankee Stadium Wednesday for triumphant sets. Revolver‘s own Stephanie Cabral was there and captured the mayhem in the photo pit. Check out these pictures of Metallica, who will release a record titled Lulu with Lou Reed on November 1.
Legendary British metallers Judas Priest are to release a new compilation album, but with a twist: The featured songs have been selected by the band’s friends and peers from the hard rock/metal community. Artists whose picks feature on The Chosen Few include: Ozzy Osbourne, Slash, Metallica’s James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich, Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey [...]