Metallica is headed out on their 2017 WorldWired Tour, starting this spring.
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Metallica, fresh off it’s collaboration with Lady Gaga at The Grammy Awards, announced a North American Tour including the band’s first US tour dates since 2009. Avenged Sevenfold and Volbeat will open.
Metallica had a malfunction during their Grammys performance with Lady Gaga when their lead singer’s microphone failed.
Get to know the band members of Metallica, along with the lead singer. They’re currently set to tour and are also performing at the 2017 Grammys.
The 2017 Grammy nominees for Best Rock Song are a diverse group of artists including Metallica, Twenty One Pilots, David Bowie, Highly Suspect, and Radiohead. Alabama Shakes won the award in 2016 for the song “Don’t Wanna Fight.” The 59th Grammy Awards will be held on February 12th hosted by James Corden.
Find out all the details on “The Night Before” pre-Super Bowl concert featuring Metallica and Cage the Elephant. We walk you through how to watch a free stream.
Heavy metal legends Metallica performed the National Anthem for Game 5 of the NBA Finals at Golden State’s Oracle Arena. Check out the performance here.
Metallica and pianist Lang Lang came together for an awesome performance at The Grammys tonight. Check out the full performance video.
In a world, where Comedy Central plays more live music performances that MTV…
I know what you’re thinking, “there’s no way that Metallica and Herbie Hancock can work together!” Oh, but it does my doubtful friend, it rocks and it rocks hard.
August 10th-12th in San Fran’s Golden Gate Park: Metallica, Neil Young, Jack White, Stevie Wonder, Skrillex, Foo Fighters, Beck, Sigur Ros, Norah Jones, The Kills, Regina Spektor, Passion Pit, Big Boi, Santigold, MSTRKRFT, Die Antwoord, The Walkmen, Washed Out, Alabama Shakes and more to come.
Metallica selected the acts for this first year of Orion Music + More where they will perform Ride The Lightning and The Black Album in their entirety. Other performers include Best Coast, A Place To Bury Strangers, Arctic Monkeys, Modest Mouse, F*cked Up, The Black Angels and Liturgy.
Santa brought you an early holiday present, but you’ve clearly been very bad so it’s a big lump of audio coal: the first and hopefully only clip from the Loutallica album, Lulu. For some inexplicable reason Darren Aronofsky directs.
This Week: Lou Reed and Metallica – you decide for yourself; Portland’s Blouse is sugar and synths; Brian Wilson and the few remaining Beach Boys finish an album after 45 years; James Ferraro goes automated; The Soft Moon’s new EP: sinister, intense, dark.
At a crappy Metallica cover show in Louisiana, a fat chick shakes her thing on stage… until gravity overcomes her and she falls forward on her face. And the band doesn’t even try and help her.
Metallica played a show in Columbia, but fans without tickets decided to crash the event which spawned a riot, Pollstar reports. Four policeman and four civilians were injured while around 150 people were arrested. To catch footage of the riot (which serio…