Here's some news that may or may not surprise you. Since Megadeth's released 'Super Collider,' two months ago, album sales have been somewhat disappointing. In fact, 'Super Collider' was outsold this week by Metallica's 'Black Album,' which is 22 years old.
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.
When Metallica were in San Diego last week to promote their upcoming 3D movie 'Metallica Through the Never,' they also played a 'secret' show at the Spreckels Theatre that night (July 19). They have now posted an official video recap of that gig (watch above).
Metallica made a mighty appearance at Comic-Con on Friday (July 19) in San Diego. All four members of the band attended a panel discussion along with the film's director Nimrod Antal, producer Charlotte Huggins and lead actor Dane DeHaan.
We recently caught up with Fozzy singer and WWE wrestling legend Chris Jericho before a recent taping of 'Monday Night Raw' in Brooklyn, N.Y. We spoke with Jericho about both wrestling and his plans for Fozzy in the near future, but we were also given a close-up look at Jericho's new tattoos which pay tribute to Iron Maiden, Metallica, Helloween and the Beatles.
With ages ranging from a mere 8-10 years old when the video was recorded in 2011, the Mini Band are clearly going to be a force to be reckoned with in their future. Mini in size but mighty in talent, this band of youngsters have been putting their skills live on display playing at local festivals and of course, YouTube.
A big congratulations to Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, who recently got engaged to his model girlfriend Jessica Miller. The happy couple celebrated with a party in Las Vegas with close friends and family members.
Metallica fans already frantic to catch their heroes talking about their upcoming 3D film at this year's Comic-Con in San Diego should brace themselves: The band will play a "surprise show" at a secret location after their panel discussion about the movie, 'Metallica Through the Never.'
As previously reported, the band will appear July 19 at Comic-Con to discuss the film, but now t
Metallica will be roaming where they've never roamed before, as the metal giants are set to hit this summer's Comic-Con gathering in San Diego. The band will be there to promote their upcoming 3D film 'Metallica Through the Never,' which arrives in theaters this fall.
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