James Hetfield got into it with the paparazzi while he was on Christmas vacation. The Metallica guitarist and his son Castor were being followed by paparazzi in Uruguay on Christmas Day. After a confrontation with one of the photographe
Metallica may have held four anniversary shows in San Francisco specifically for fan club members earlier this month, but the Four Horsemen are certainly doing their part to engage non fan club members by sharing bits and pieces of the shows. That way, the rest of their massive global fan base can feel a part of the fun. The band has now shared 30 minutes of video footage from the Dec. 9 show, the third of the the four gigs..
Metallica‘s 30th year is about to come to a close with a swarm of attention having followed them the entire way. Metallica celebrated the milestone with a week-long celebration in San Francisco, Calif., the first day of which is now available for your viewing pleasure. It’s 27-minutes, but totally worth your time.
Santa Claus is going to flip out when he sees this house. One metalhead with a slightly twisted Christmas spirit was able to create a fun-filled holiday light show at his house this year, synchronized to Metallica‘s magnum opus ‘Enter Sandman.’
Back on Dec. 10, during one of Metallica’s intimate fan club shows at the Fillmore in San Francisco, Calif. a magical metal moment went down when original Metallica guitarist and current Megadeth mastermind Dave Mustaine joined his former band onstage for a few songs.
Metallica played their fourth and final “intimate” anniversary show for fan club members last night (Dec. 10) at the Fillmore in San Francisco. The band has been performing and releasing previously unheard songs from 2008′s ‘Death Magnetic’ with each show as well as inviting some key guests from ‘Tallica’s history to perform with them. Last night, they debuted ‘Rebel of Babylon’ and brought former guitarist Dave Mustaine, ex-bassists Jason Newsted and Ron McGovney (he pre-dates Cliff Burton) and Hugh Tanner, who was in Leather Charm with James Hetfield and McGovney, on stage.
Last night, Metallica kicked off their string of intimate 30th anniversary shows at the Fillmore in San Francisco, Calif., in smashing fashion featuring a never before heard track and several special guest appearances throughout the show.
Churning out their own brand of iconic metal for 30 years now, Metallica may be one of the most influential bands in the world, but according to drummer Lars Ulrich, “I don’t think Metallica would be where Metallica is today if it wasn’t for Iron Maiden.”
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