Even though James Hetfield was recently quoted as saying Metallica hadn't started writing for their next album, fans shouldn't worry about creativity being a problem. Hetfield says in a new interview with Billboard that the band has enough material to start an album right now, but the biggest issue is finding time in their schedule to focus on it.
New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera will surely be elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, but on Monday (May 13) he received recognition from another Hall of Fame organization -- the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
This has been a week Metallica will definitely remember for quite some time to come. After receiving a whole lot of love at the 2013 Revolver Golden Gods ceremony Thursday night in Los Angeles, the band headed back to the Bay Area on Friday (May 3) to join their local World Series-winning San Francisco Giants in some very special pre-game festivities.
It's a big week for Metallica, who will follow their Revolver Golden Gods honor Thursday night (May 2) with a little love from their hometown San Francisco Giants on Friday (May 3). The band members will get to throw out the first pitch before Friday's game and perform the National Anthem for the audience, but even before the fun on the field, the group connected with one of their favorite Giants players.
Metallica have their hands full with a number of various projects, and now the band has unveiled 'huge' details about the release of their 3D film 'Metallica Through the Never.' The band has announced that the film will open in theaters Sept. 27, playing on IMAX screens across the U.S. for a full week.
Metallica are currently in the process of moving on to their next record, but drummer Lars Ulrich recognizes exactly what their past release, 'Death Magnetic,' has meant to their career. Speaking with United Arab Emirates paper The National, the drummer says that the disc may be a difficult one to follow, but he feels up to the challenge.