On July 25th, 1983, Metallica unleashed their debut album, “Kill ‘Em All”, a landmark disc that would help usher in the thrash metal scene.
The band’s first album of cover songs was released in 1998 and featured versions of songs by Thin Lizzy, Diamond Head, and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
The bassist offers some insight into its next album.
The guitarist opens up about the decision to continue as Alice in Chains following Layne Staley’s death.
The drummer feels that Metallica have a lot of years left in them.
Before joining Megadeth, Chris Adler reached out to Metallica’s Lars Ulrich to ask what it’s like working with Dave Mustaine.
Pumpkins frontman says the band “feel very comfortable” moving on without her.
Plus, the band will open a pop-up pub in London to celebrate the release of Concrete and Gold.
Flemming Rasmussen gives his take on the legendary album’s lack of bass and drums.
Detroit native Kendalynn took on Ulrich’s drum kit as her very own.
Ulrich was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Dannabrog in May.
Members of Soundgarden, Audioslave, Metallica, Foo Fighters, and Alice in Chains were all in attendance.