While they prep for the next Metallica album, Kirk Hammett and Lars Ulrich are leaving themselves plenty of time to get out and enjoy live shows.
There's a reason for the oft-criticized thinness of the bass on Metallica's '... And Justice For All,' according to mixer Steve Thompson: Drummer Lars Ulrich wanted it that way.
Is Metallica's new album finally getting closer to something that people can actually hear?
One of them has been a steady presence in Metallica, while the other has been a member of a trio of progressive rock's biggest bands.
Lars Ulrich has spent decades taking heat from James Hetfield, so a belligerent drum teacher should be no big deal for the Metallica drummer, right?
Lars Ulrich will appear in 'Radio Dreams,' a new movie set at a station where Afghanistan's first rock band meets Metallica.
Metallica returned home from their 1986 European tour a changed band, struggling to find a way forward while coping with the sudden death of bassist Cliff Burton.
Lars Ulrich's cocaine use continued until about 10 years ago, when Noel Gallagher inspired him to quit for good.
Lars Ulrich doesn't really see a reason for the controversy surrounding Metallica's upcoming performance at Glastonbury.
Ulrich will join in a proposed three-way benefit event with Chad Smith and Will Ferrell.