Is Metallica's new album finally getting closer to something that people can actually hear?
Metallica will celebrate Record Store Day 2015 by releasing their widely circulated and legendary 1982 demo tape No Life ‘Til Leather on cassette.
Heavy metal effectively came of age in the '80s, as it coalesced what had previously been a ragtag collective of bands into a bona fide rock 'n' roll subgenre capable of achieving Top 40 success.
The guys in Metallica are reaching way back into their vaults for this year's Record Store Day release — and they're going appropriately retro with the format, too.
Bruce Sinofsky, co-director of the gut-wrenching Metallica documentary 'Some Kind of Monster,' is dead at 58 from complications relating to diabetes.
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?
The metal giants have partnered with Armada Skis to create a new line of branded skis.
The Grammy Awards are hailed as "music's biggest night," but it proved to be a big disappointment for classic-rock artists, instead.
The guys in Metallica have given the San Francisco Giants plenty of love over the years, and now their Bay Area sports neighbors the San Jose Sharks are getting in on the action.
It takes a special type of person to hold his own in Metallica's heavy metal fray -- not only on musical terms, but on an emotional level.