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

Metallica - live images

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