Friday, 7 October 2011

Metallica and Lou Reed are collaboration will be released "Lulu"

Metallica and Lou Reed are collaboration will be released "Lulu" on November 1 in North America via Warner Bros, according to

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and Universal Music globally, through the day before (October 31).

The CD was co-produced by Reed, Metallica, Hal Willner - who has produced albums for Reed, Marianne Faithfull, and Laurie Anderson, among others - and Greg Fidelman. Fidelman also mixed the record.

"Lulu" final track listing:

01. Brandenburg Gate (4:19)
02. The View (5:17)
03. Pumping Blood (7:24)
04. Mistress Dread (6:52)
05. Iced Honey (4:36)
06. Cheat On Me (11:26)
07. Frustration (8:33)
08. Little Dog (8:01)
09. Dragon (11:08)
10. Junior Dad (19:28)

"Frustration" lyrics:

In my lexicon of hate
I see you with your portraiture
Does he love you?
Does he love you too?

The brush strokes
Kiss your breasts and toes
I cry icicles in my stein
The heartbeats flutter
With an abnormal rhythm

The pain shoots through my body
A sword between my thighs
I wish that I could kill you
But I too love your eyes

You're feeling less whore but you stimulate
The hatred smolders in your eyes
I'd drop to my knees in a second
To salivate in your thighs

But all I do is fall over
I don't have the strength I once had
In you and your prickless lover
And his easel in his eyes

I feel the pain creep up my leg
Blood runs from my nose
I puke my guts out at your feet
You're more man than I
To be dead to have no feeling
To be dry and spermless like a girl

I want so much to hurt you
I want so much to hurt you
I want so much to hurt you
Marry me
I want you as my wife

Spermless like a girl
More man than I
More man than I

In my lexicon of hate
You're feeling less like a whore but you

All I do is fall over
I don't have the strength I once had
All I do is fall over
I don't have the strength I once had

I want you so much to hurt you
I want so much to hurt you
I want so much to hurt you
I want you as a wife

Frustration is my lexicon of hate
Frustration is my lexicon of hate
Fru... fru... frustration, my lexicon of hate

I cry icicles
Heartbeats flutter
Abnormal rhythm

I wish that I could kill you
But I too love your eyes
I want you as my wife
I want you as my wife
Spermless like a girl

Lucky in feeling
More man than I
Marry me, marry me, marry me
I want you as a wife
Spermless like a girl
Puking my guts at your feet
More man than I
Fru... fru... fru... frustration

Wednesday, 28 September 2011

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Metallica late bassist Cliff Burton in the 25th anniversary of his death

Metallica late bassist Cliff Burton in the 25th anniversary of his death is appreciated.

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Drummer Lars Ulrich has said that Burton had a major influence on the direction in which he and singer James Hetfield was later arrested in their career.

Burton died 25 years ago yesterday (September 27) became the band's tour bus in rural southern Sweden.

"You could certainly argue that me and James at that time were more kind of the squarer guys, because we were more like, 'Motorhead, Iron Maiden!' Heavy metal T-shirts, and long hair and bang our heads into the wall," he told Revolver magazine.

"Cliff was just so fast in his palette of things that he was into and things that were inspiring him and the things that he was doing. So it was definitely his music, and his attitude, and his approach towards life that really inspired me and James to broaden our horizons, broaden Metallica's horizons musically. I would’ve been interested to see what else he could’ve contributed, because it felt like we were just getting started."

He went on:

So when I think of Cliff, that's what I think…that just kind of variety and unpredictability, you know.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Metallica were reduced to tears during the recording of "Lulu"

Metallica were reduced to tears during the recording of "Lulu" by Lou Reed.

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The New York musician teamed alongside with the Californian heavy metal group for the collaborative album, and guitarist Kirk Hammett recognized that song, "Junior Dad" started crying during the recording.

He said: "I had just lost my father literally three or four weeks previous. I had to run out of the control room, and I found myself standing in the kitchen, sobbing away."

Kirk was joined by lead singer and rhythm guitarist James Hetfield - whose dad left his family where he was 13 - who was in a similar state.

He added: "James came into the kitchen in the same condition - he was sobbing, too. It was insane."

"Lou managed to take out both guitar players in Metallica in one fell swoop, with his amazing poetic lyrics."

The lyrics to the song include the lines: "Say hello to junior dad/The greatest disappointment/Age withered and changed him."

"Lulu" in Berlin, originally for a theater production based on a tune written by the flame - was recorded earlier this year for release on October 31 and November 1 in Europe is based in the United States.

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

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Metallica's Lars Ulrich said the band's eighth studio album 'St Anger'

Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich said the band's eighth studio album 'St Anger'in a manner which would "hurt the listeners".

Speaking to Classic Rock, via Rock News Desk, about the album, Ulrich said the band as 'St Anger' as "an isolated experiment". Album in 2003, six years after the band's last studio effort was released.

Asked about how the felt about the album, the drummer replied: "When we heard the recording from beginning to end, I felt – and it was mostly me – the experience was so pummelling that it became almost about hurting the listener."

He also that the band put the album out as they needed to "fuck with boundaries", he added: "I view 'St Anger' as an isolated experiment. Once in a while, as we’ve been known to do, we have to fuck with the boundaries. We’d already done 'Ride The Lightning', which I believe is a fine record – it didn’t need redoing."

Ulrich also said that although he understood why some people rated 'St Anger' as the band's worst album, he released Metallica personally can not not be classified.

He added: "I think it’s fair to say some people think it’s our worst album. But I can’t. The way I view the world, I can’t rank them from best to worst. That kind of simplicity doesn’t exist for me."

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Metallica's member at Ullevi syadium in Gothenburg, Sweden

METALLICA members James Hetfield (guitar, vocals) and Robert Trujillo (bass) prior on the SVT conducted an interview on 3rd July 2011.

At the Ullevi syadium "Big Four" concert (also featuring MEGADETH, SLAYER and ANTHRAX) in Gothenburg, Sweden.

A few excerpts follow below.

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During the interview on wearing the t-shirt of the mysterious Swedish buzz band GHOST:

Hetfield: "I'm in their fan club. [Laughs] I had no idea what they looked like until I saw the video. I heard the music first and I thought it was very great — very unique, very melodic and a breath of fresh air for metal. It reminded me a bit of '70s kind of rock that I liked as well. So yeah, I love the band."

On what kind of memories the "Big Four" concerts alongside MEGADETH, SLAYER and ANTHRAX bring back:

Hetfield: "Mostly good memories. [Laughs] And we choose to live in those memories as well. I think the [Rock And Roll] Hall Of Fame induction had a lot to do with a little bit of, actually, turning around and embracing the past — not being so afraid of it anymore or running from it. It was more of a celebration of where we are and the gift that we have now. So along in that vibe with paying back for all the good things that have happened to us, and also just maybe helping some others along as well, you know?! Metal has gone through difficult times. We've seemed to stay pretty strong with the help of our fans, and obviously, the music has a lot to do with it as well, the honesty. But it just felt like a nostalgic time and a good time to bring everyone together. Everyone has matured to a point where we can all get along fine and enjoy the 'oneness' of the 'Big Four' and not so much fighting. There's a good competition — like sports, you know?!"

Trujillo: "It almost seems like a volcano of positive energy, where you have all these bands and all of a sudden it just gets to a certain point where it has to happen. And here we are."

Hetfield: "As far as us getting along, it's really great. Being able to see each other in a different way. A lot of the stuff that we've, I guess, grown to hear about each other is through the press and through other people, and now you can actually look each other in the face and say, 'How are you doing?' 'You look great' or 'Oh, you have neck problems, too? Oh, me too!' It's like all these things we have in common that we're able to talk about openly now. Like, 'My kids drive me crazy.' Or just normal, kind of, dad things — just life stories as well. But getting everyone together and moving in the same direction instead of against each other is so amazing. And it makes you play even better. I mean, we've been hearing for years that we should play with SLAYER, we should play with MEGADETH, we should play with ANTHRAX. And finally, it seems like now's the time. And boy, the level of playing has… We thought we were pretty good. It makes you step up. Every band is on their 'A+' game, so the fans are getting to see the results of a lot of competition, and it's all for the good."

Monday, 27 June 2011

Metallica are working on tracks

Metallica's most recent release, 2008's Death Magnetic on track to follow to prepare.

While speaking with, legendary producer Rick Rubin said the group is already batting around ideas for a concept album.

"I had a meeting with Lars [Ulrich] in San Francisco . . . to explore what the focus was going to be this time around. I'm still sort of thinking about what that is going to be."

He adds, "I'll ask a lot of questions and we'll probably listen to some of the riffs that they've been writing. Usually I'll hear something that will sort of indicate the direction and then we'll talk about it from there".

Earlier this spring, the band's bassist Rob Trujillo on the new album to connect with Robin KCLB interacted with:

"Yeah. I love working with Rick. Rick, to me, he's sort of a Zen guru spirit that Metallica needs right now . . . The first album with Rick was also the first album for me, so in a lot of ways, you're kind of testing the water. Now that we're comfortable with Rick and his incredible engineer, Greg Fidelman . . . it's a great team. And it's only gonna better; I really believe that."

Friday, 10 June 2011

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Metallica monopoly game next week to issue his own plan hinted

Metallica monopoly game next week to issue his own plan hinted.

The group board game box is a photo posted, with the message: “Next week.”

No other details are known about the game, but if Metallica works of music to join an illustrious line of his monopoly with customized versions will be confirmed.

The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Kiss versions of Monopoly have all previously been released.

Meanwhile, Metallica as part of the Big Four will perform at Sonisphere Festival on next month, which also includes Slayer, Anthrax and Megadeath.

Thursday, 2 June 2011

Metallica has been last three decades of the best rock group named

Metallica has been last three decades of the best rock group named.

According to the UK magazine Kerrang that the All Nightmare Long group topped the poll compiled, beating My Chemical Romance, Slipknot, Green Day and Foo Fighters.

Contactmusic quoted drummer Lars Ulrich as saying, "It gives me a very warm and fuzzy feeling that Kerrang! Magazine have voted Metallica as the band that most changed their lives. I remember the first issue of the magazine in 1981. I had made a pilgrimage to England because I was obsessed with the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. I travelled all over the country and that first issue accompanied me everywhere".

Lars is also a tribute to Iron Maiden who beat three ranked list of the Green Day I came back pay.

Kerrang! 30 Rocks! top 10:

1. Metallica
2. Green day
3. Iron Maiden
4. Slipknot
5. My Chemical Romance
6. Linkin Park
7. Bullet for my Valentine
8. Blink 182
9. Ozzy Osbourne
10. Foo Fighters