Metallica will peel off the music from their forthcoming 3-D feature film, Metallica Through The Never, and release it as a stand-alone two disc set on September 24, just days before the movie hits IMAX theaters nationwide.
In 1983 the heavy metal scene was flourishing on the Sunset Strip. 382 miles north of L.A. in San Francisco, there was Metallica.
Why launch their 3D movie at Comic-Con? Lars Ulrich tells us: “It’s not like a bunch of 60-year-old music critics smoking cigarettes without filters.”
The world’s largest comic book and entertainment convention will receive a healthy dose of hard rock in the form of advance film clips and a live performance at a secret location.
Metallica’s Orion Music & More Festival took over Detroit’s Belle Isle over the weekend. The festival, which had its inaugural year last summer in Atlantic City, signed a three year deal with Motor City, and […]
Dehaan, a mystery band, turned out to be Orion curators Metallica, who played a surprise set on one of the festival’s smaller stages, performing their debut album, Kill ‘Em All, in its entirety.
As Metallica’s giant Orion Music Festival gets underway this weekend, the band sat down to explain why they think Detroit will be the festival’s new and permanent home.