“James Hetfield is the shit.”
He’ll play the first cop that arrested Bundy.
We salute you, James.
“Show some respect.”
“I just can’t describe their music, it’s so cool.”
“You paid a lot of money to come see your favourite band and we don’t sound good.”
Master Of Laughter
The Metallica frontman was performing at his annual charity event
Papa H has revealed his “Top Ten Thingz Of 2015”
James Hetfield is creeping death in the new charity promo for Call Of Duty: Black Ops III. Together with Avenged Sevenfold’s M. Shadows, YouTube star iJustine, Roy Hibbert of the NBA’s Lakers and a couple of voice actors, the Metallica frontman does his best zombie impression in the hopes of landing his big break as
Not a known giver of fucks, thrash metal god James Hetfield of Metallica fame has gone just gone Von Trapp on our asses, trading in his drop-tuned Explorer for an acoustic six-string to perform a surprise rendition of pop songstress Adele‘s tune Crazy For You with his 16-year-old daughter. The touching daddy-daughter duet took place
Arizona radio host Kevin Conklin has compiled every single one of Metallica frontman James Hetfield‘s iconic mid-song sneers of “Yeah,” from the band’s 1983 debut Kill ‘Em All, to Beyond Magnetic, a 2012 EP which featured songs recorded during the sessions for 2008’s Death Magnetic. The “epic soundbite” comes amid mounting anticipation for the band’s
Metallica has been ticking items off what seems to be an ever-growing list of co-curricular activities but, according to Lars Ulrich, becoming a nostalgic act is a box that shall remain unticked. While speaking to The Pulse Of The Radio, the Metallica sticks man justified their chilled attitude towards completing their forthcoming record. According to
Though the release date on Metallica‘s forthcoming album is still undecided, the band are already starting to gee us up by drip-feeding sneaky little updates, the latest of which shows that the band will be mixing things up on the album after James Hetfield promised fans a “diverse collection of songs” on the next record.