Metallica are back in the studio working on their new album as a photo featuring Robert Trujillo surfaces online.
In this collection of photographs, we've compiled some of Ulrich's greatest facial works into one all-encompassing spectacle.
When it was announced that Metallica were to play the legendary Apollo Theater in New York City, fans had no idea what they would be in for. After all, the capacity of the Apollo is 1,506 and Metallica are used to playing shows of 50,000 and above. But with the help of SiriusXM, the band gave fans the show of a lifetime, with nonstop, in-your-face metal packaged in an unbelievably intimate setting at a historic venue.
We've covered James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo by giving you our favorite live shots of those three members of Metallica. You've seen some of the funniest faces that drummer Lars Ulrich makes, but we would be remiss if we didn't wrap things up and give you some of the best live pictures of the founder of Metallica as well.
When you're a die-hard fan of any band, one of the coolest things you can buy is a t-shirt that commemorates your love for the music. Taking your hard-earned cash, slapping it down on the merchandise table and saying, "I'll take that black one in a large," is one of the best feelings in the world.
In Metallica's career that spans three decades, they have released over 40 singles. Most of these singles were not just released to radio stations but also to fans as records and CDs. Rifling through the enormous catalog of Metallica singles, we made the painstaking decision to whittle the cover art down to our 10 favorites.
Out of the four members of Metallica, Robert Trujillo might be the one with the best on-stage presence. There's just something about the bassist that separates him from his bandmates. Not that Ulrich, Hetfield and Hammett all don't contribute to the energy and intensity during live shows, but it's hard to argue that Trujillo simply owns the stage.