Lars Ulrich will appear in 'Radio Dreams,' a new movie set at a station where Afghanistan's first rock band meets Metallica.
Why should baseball fans be the only ones to get a special Metallica Night?
The classic line "I love rock 'n' roll / So put another dime in the jukebox, baby' might be dated due to inflation, but the concept behind it remains true.
James Hetfield has triumphed over band turmoil, changing trends and even fire itself, but that doesn't mean he isn't afraid of anything.
During the past two baseball seasons, the San Francisco Giants have invited hometown heroes Metallica out to perform for the crowd at a specially designated Metallica Night, and that tradition will continue in 2015.
'S&M,' Metallica’s daring encounter with a symphony orchestra, was released 15 years ago without the slightest hint of irony about the potential pain and pleasure it might impart upon the band’s fan base.
With a few days to go before the expanded 10th anniversary edition of Metallica's 'Some Kind of Monster' documentary arrives in stores, the band has posted a few minutes of the bonus footage that's been newly added to the package.
Darryl Jones of the Rolling Stones and Robert Trujillo of Metallica are two of the better rock bassists on the planet, but they'd look pretty silly if they tried to pull off a leg drop in the wrestling ring.
As promised, Metallica took the stage of 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson' last night, beginning a five-night residency with a band-focused episode that included a performance of 'Hit the Lights.'
Bassist Jason Newsted made his debut with Metallica on Nov. 8, 1986.