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For as long as he can remember, Chuck has been crazy about rock and roll. His first concert was Def Leppard at the age of 6 - and the rest, as they say, is history. He's been on-air for one of the biggest rock radio stations in the country (you can call him F 'Em Up Chuck) and now he's enjoying life living in New York City. Keep on rockin' in the free world!

‘Metallica Through The Never’ – Movie Review

Metallica - 'Metallica Through The Never' - James Hetfield
Picturehouse

Regardless of how many times you have seen Metallica live, or if you've never been fortunate enough to catch them in concert, if you're a fan of the band, you'll want to see 'Metallica Through The Never.' The film is a 92-minute opus that will likely leave theatergoers speechless when the end credits roll.

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Filed Under: Category: Metal, Reviews, Rock

‘Metallica Through The Never’ – Album Review

Metallica - 'Metallica Through The Never' - IMAX
Picturehouse

The year 2013 has proven to be a very, very busy one for Metallica. From playing sold-out shows all across the globe to just a few nights ago rocking a packed house at the intimate and legendary Apollo Theater in New York City, the legendary metal band is showing no signs of slowing down any time soon. This is most obvious in the simple fact that within the same week, they are celebrating the release of their first ever full-length feature film and its official soundtrack. 'Metallica Through The Never' is a live disc fans need to add to their 'Tallica collection as soon as possible.

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Filed Under: Category: Album Reviews, Metal, Rock

Metallica ‘Destroy’ New York City’s Legendary Apollo Theater

Metallica
Spencer Kaufman, Loudwire

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.

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Filed Under: Category: Concerts, Metal, News, Pictures, Rock

10 Awesome Metallica Live Performances

Awesome Live Performances by Metallica
Mike Barrett, Loudwire

In Metallica's first-ever full-length feature film, 'Metallica: Through The Never,' the legendary metal band performs an epic concert in the midst of apocalyptic destruction. With a massive stage set-up and a near-flawless set list, Metallica prove why they're one of the greatest bands in rock history, whether they're performing live or on the big screen.

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Filed Under: Category: Concerts, Lists, Metal, Rock

The Big 5: Metallica’s Biggest Moments in the Five Years Since ‘Death Magnetic’

Metallica - Fifth Anniversary of 'Death Magnetic'
Frazer Harrison, Getty Images

On Sept. 12, 2008, Metallica unleashed their ninth studio album, 'Death Magnetic.' Still being criticized for 2003's 'St. Anger,' Metallica's latest effort received positive reviews from both critics and fans. An album chock full of pure rock and old-school thrash, 'Death Magnetic' was a significant comeback for the legendary band.

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Filed Under: Category: Anniversaries, Lists, Metal, Rock

Exclusive: Jason Newsted Reflects on 25th Anniversary of Metallica’s ‘…And Justice For All’

Paul Natkin Archive

On August 25, 1988, Metallica released their fourth studio album and the first since the death of bassist Cliff Burton. '...And Justice for All' featured Jason Newsted on bass and some of the most complex 'Tallica tunes to date. Twenty-five years later, songs like 'One' and 'Harvester of Sorrow' still prove to be fan-favorites at live shows.

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Exclusive: Metallica Guitarist Kirk Hammett Discusses 30th Anniversary of ‘Kill ‘Em All’

Kirk Hammett
Cory Schwartz, Getty Images

On July 25, 1983, Metallica released their debut studio album, 'Kill 'Em All.' Initially, 'Kill 'Em All' was not commercially successful, but 30 years later it is regarded as one of the best thrash metal albums of all time. Its rawness and speed are unmatched, and guitarist Kirk Hammett gives us a better understanding of why it is such a gritty album.

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Proto-Punk Band Death Talk New Music, State of Rock ‘n’ Roll + More

Spencer Kaufman, Loudwire
Spencer Kaufman, Loudwire

In the 1970s in Detroit, there were three brothers who were making music that sounded like nothing else out there. Featuring a mixture of rock 'n' roll, punk and funk, musicians Bobby, Dannis and David Hackney formed the band Death, a musical act that would receive next to no recognition in large part because of its name. Nearly 40 years later, the recognition is here and Death aren't going anywhere.

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Detroit Punk Band Death Rock New York City, Unveil Brand New Music

Spencer Kaufman, Loudwire
Spencer Kaufman, Loudwire

Before the metal band out of Florida known as Death, there was a proto-punk band out of Detroit known as Death. In the 1970s, three brothers who were playing a mixture of funk, rock and soul in their parents' house in Detroit, decided to up the ante with their music and focused on creating pure, raw rock and roll. Part of this shift in focus included changing their name to the controversial Death.

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Filed Under: Category: Concerts, Rock

Zakk Wylde Teams Up With Les Paul Trio for Memorable Gig in New York City

Liz Ramanand, Loudwire
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

On Monday night (June 10) at the Iridium Jazz Club in New York City, Zakk Wylde invited fans to what was sure to be a unique show. Before his death, the one and only Les Paul played at the Iridium every Monday night with the Les Paul Trio. Posthumously, the tradition lives on, but where Les Paul once played, guitar greats are invited to help honor him. Wylde's presence onstage with the Trio proved even more exciting as it was the day after what would have been Les Paul's 98th birthday.

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