The results may or may not surprise you.
It’s the fourth of five performances from the classic band this week.
“For Metallica, it’s nine studio albums, four live albums, five EPs, 26 music videos, 37 singles and one huge favor to our low-budget late-night trainwreck.”
After performing “Hit the Lights” the night before, the band jumped ahead a decade and a half.
Bono and U2 may have had to cancel their Tonight Show residency, but the guys of Metallica were in tip-top shape to kick off their week-long stay at The Late Late Show.
And they’re asking fans to help them collect artifacts from the era.
The residency coincides with the 10-year anniversary of Metallica’s documentary, ‘Some Kind of Monster,’ and the release of the band’s new single.
HBO will allow cable providers to broadcast the live event to nonsubscribers free of charge.
In which Scott pukes on a girl, recalls the sacking of Dave Mustaine, and reveals which member of Metallica turned him on to R.E.M.
The dual-weekend festival will separate artists by genre, with rock acts playing May 8-9, followed by pop acts May 15-16.
The reissue marks the 10th anniversary of the documentary.
For 25 of the shows, Metallica’s setlist was created by their fans as part of their By Request Tour.
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.