Radio.com caught up with the GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter to talk about The Way, Stevie Wonder and Metallica.
Metallica, Shakira and Katy Perry also earned records in the latest edition of the book, out next week.
Virtually every gag in the original reel gets three or four alternate takes.
As if the band is suddenly out of job, the ESPN commercial pokes fun at the band as no longer having anything do to.
Metallica fans attending Glastonbury got to witness the band twice on Saturday (June 28). While Metallica headlined Saturday’s show, Jack White gave homage to the band during his set when he covered “Enter Sandman.”
The band used its usual intro music in the form of Ennio Morricone. After that, things got weird.
Metallica are ringing in summer by posting their new anthem “Lords of Summer” to iTunes.
There’s a fair share of folks unhappy about Metallica’s headlining set at Glastonbury — from petition wielders to Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner — but for their part, the band just doesn’t care.
The rocker is narrating the series — and many of his fans aren’t thrilled.
What do Katy Perry, Tyler, the Creator, Nick Cave, Metallica’s Kirk Hammett and Weird Al all have in common? Well, they all covered the song, “Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built For Two) for artist Mark Ryden.
The guys of Metallica couldn’t just narrow it down to one song, so they honored Dio with did a 9-minute medley comprised of 4 songs from his Rainbow era.
Metallica unveiled their new track “The Lords of Summer,” in front of an excited Colombian crowd last night marking their first new music since 2008’s Death Magnetic.
Legendary metal vocalist Ronnie James Dio will be the subject of a tribute album featuring contributions by Metallica, Anthrax and Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford, and — with a nod and a wink — Tenacious D.
To remain a relevant band after 30+ years, one has to be doing something right. Read on for a few modest proposals for the direction of Metallica’s 10th studio album.
This year it seemed like the words “And the GRAMMY goes too” were hardly uttered during the night’s live broadcast, leaving plenty of room for the performances, which there were 20 of. All of which we ranked.
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