When you head to New York for the weekend, you'd better make the most of your time in the Big Apple. And that's exactly what the guys in Metallica just did, delivering a blistering set at the legendary Apollo Theater on Sept. 21 before making a surprise appearance at Yankee Stadium the following day.
Even if it is just rumor, it's a pretty good idea. For nearly two decades, New York Yankees' closer Mariano Rivera has been using Metallica's 'Enter Sandman' as his entrance song in the ninth inning. As he prepares to retire this year, some think the band could return the favor by showing up for his retirement ceremony at Yankee Stadium.
Three days before 'Metallica Through the Never' hits more than 300 IMAX theaters, the band will release the movie's soundtrack album. The record will be available on Sept. 24 and feature many of the band's biggest hits performed live.
Metallica fans got a big surprise yesterday (June 8) at the Orion Music + More Festival when their heroes, who weren't supposed to appear until tonight, turned up for a surprise afternoon set and performed their entire 'Kill 'Em All' album.
James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett sound like ordinary names, but legend has it they were once the subject of a JEOPARDY answer..., "Name one of two guitarists from the "heavy metal", "thrash rock", "speed metal" band - Metallica".
I'm always looking for that one unique video each week that punctuates all there is to life, and while Stevie Wonder doing "Superstition" to Metallica guitar riffs may not be sexy, it puts a Classic Rock twist on an old Motown monster hit. Enjoy:
Rock veterans Metallica have a new film, 'Metallica Through the Never,' set to hit theaters in IMAX 3D on September 27, so grab your old ratty Metallica t-shirts and your best baggy jeans and get ready to rock.
Metallica aren't sure when their next album will be out, but James Hetfield can promise that it will be a diverse collection of songs. In a new interview, the singer suggests that, true to form, fans can expect the unexpected when they finally get around to creating the follow-up to 2008's 'Death Magnetic.'
The U.S. Navy Seal that shot terrorist mastermind Osama Bin Laden (known only as "the Shooter") tells Esquire Magazine that heavy metal band Metallica was insistent that interrogators cease using the band's music to "soften" terror suspects up prior to their interrogations.
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