Tag Archives: James Hetfield

Metal Review: Metallica – Hardwired… To Self-Destruct (2016)

Metallica - Hardwired... To Self-Destruct

Metallica, the band that it has become cool to hate, is back with their latest effort, Hardwired… To Self-Destruct. I cannot begin to comprehend why it is become fashionable to hate the metal titans. I understand the controversy with Napster, but that was so long ago that the younger generation has no idea what Napster

Song of the Week: Black Sabbath: Into the Void

Black Sabbath: Master of Reality

In 1971, the mighty Black Sabbath released a classic album entitled Master of Reality, and the album’s closing track is the one and only “Into the Void.” The track is one of my favorite Black Sabbath tracks out there and is actually Metallica’s James Hetfield’s favorite Black Sabbath track. The unmistakable riff has been often

Metallica’s James Hetfield Jams With Kids For Charity

Metallica James Hetfield

Love them or hate them, Metallica is a rare band who constantly gives back to the metal community, covers songs from their idol bands, invites their favorite bands to open for them and much more. I give them all the respect in the world for what they have accomplished musically as well. Their early albums

Happy 50th Birthday James Hetfield

Metallica’s James Hetfield turns 50 today. I can just hope to look that good when I am 50. Keep is metal my friend. Please upgrade your browser

Metallica Play Kill ‘Em All in its Entirety at Surprise Orion Music & More Set

Metallica turned up on one of the smaller stages at their Orion Music & More Festival on Saturday afternoon and smashing through classic debut “Kill ‘Em All” in its entirety. James Hetfield dropped some hints via Instagram earlier in the day that suggested people should go and see the previously advertised Dehaan (a likely nod

Metallica Take Ownership of Their Masters Today; Band Launches New Record Label – Blackened Recordings

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – November 30, 2012 – Metallica announced today that they have taken ownership of all their master recordings including all music and long form videos, a move almost unprecedented for musicians signed to recording contracts.  Under provision of their renegotiated joint venture agreement with the Warner Music Group in 1994, all masters