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Metallica perform live

Metallica , Lars Ulrich - Metallica perform live in front of 63,036 fans at Ullevi stadium at Ullevi Stadium - Gothenburg, Sweden - Saturday 22nd August 2015

Metallica and James Hetfield
Metallica and Kirk Hammett
Metallica and James Hetfield
Metallica and Kirk Hammett
Metallica and James Hetfield

Celebrities at Chiltern Firehouse

Lars Ulrich - Celebrities at Chiltern Firehouse - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 25th June 2015

Lars Ulrich

Celebrities at the Chiltern Firehouse

Lars Ulrich - Celebrities at the Chiltern Firehouse - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 24th June 2015

Lars Ulrich

Celebrities at Chiltern Firehouse

Lars Ulrich - Celebrities at Chiltern Firehouse - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 23rd June 2015

Lars Ulrich and Jessica Miller
Lars Ulrich and Jessica Miller
Lars Ulrich and Jessica Miller
Lars Ulrich and Jessica Miller
Lars Ulrich and Jessica Miller

Celebrities at Chiltern Firehouse

Lars Ulrich - Celebrities at Chiltern Firehouse in Marylebone - London, United Kingdom - Monday 22nd June 2015

Lars Ulrich
Lars Ulrich
Lars Ulrich

Inside Metal: The Pioneers Of Los Angeles Hard Rock And Metal Trailer


In Los Angeles during the late seventies and early eighties, music was all about hard rock and metal. It was a time where Rainbow, Led Zeppelin, Metallica and Great White reigned, with their music becoming an essential part of teenagers' record collections. Just as there was never a time like it before, there will never be another time like it as music continues to evolve and expand into twisted versions of the originators. Between 1975 and 1981 rock 'n' roll was musical purity, and something that is respectfully explored in this forthcoming documentary.

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Video - Miguel And Kendall At Star Studded Harper's Bazaar 'Icons' Celebration


Singer Miguel and reality star turned model Kendall Jenner were among the guests arriving at the Harper's Bazaar celebration for 'Icons by Carine Roitfeld' held at The Plaza Hotel in New York City.

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Mogwai Laugh Off "Sh*te" Metallica, Call Lars Ulrich "Terrible" Drummer


Metallica Mogwai Lars Ulrich

Of course, anyone who's remotely interested in music would choose to see Scottish post-punk heroes Mogwai over Metallica at the Glastonbury Festival 2014 and the Glaswegian band have been doing their best to pull the crowds away from the Pyramid Stage on Saturday. Metallica - the only metal band on the bill - were a surprise and controversial booking, though Mogwai's singer Stuart Braitwaite doesn't seen what all the fuss is about.

Metallica James HetfieldMogwai Hates Metallica

"I just can't wait until we go all quiet and you can hear 'Enter Sandman' in the background, because we're on at the same time. I don't really see the fuss. They're a pretty big rock band and it's a pretty big rock festival. It would be good if they could go back in time to 1989. Metallica at Glastonbury in 1989," he said.

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Metallica Through The Never - Teaser Trailer


Trip is a young and inexperienced roadie who is charged with the important mission of finding a damaged delivery vehicle and retrieving a valuable item that was on its way to sold-out Metallica concert. However, distracted as he is by the apparent complication of the task ahead, Trip's tour bus is crashed into side-on by a speeding car. Miraculously, he manages to escape with barely more than a scratch though only to find himself amidst a brutal looking battle between a sea of riot police and an army of masked, weapon wielding anarchists. Vehicles have been set alight and a murderous horseman is on the loose in this dystopic street scene as Metallica blare out their loudest, most aggressive hits on stage.

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Mission to Lars Review


Excellent
Not only is this documentary warm-hearted and thoroughly entertaining, but it has a lot to teach us about how families can rise to the challenge of mental disability. As if that weren't enough, all of the film's profits are going to charity.

Tom Spicer has Fragile X syndrome, a form of autism that reveals itself in social anxiety and the need for order and predictability. He repeatedly tells his big sister Kate, a journalist, and his little brother Will, a filmmaker, that he wants to meet Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich. So they decide to make it happen. This is a huge challenge for the Kate and Will, who have never properly bonded with their brother. But the three fly from Britain to Los Angeles, then drive a motorhome to Las Vegas and Sacramento, following Metallica's concert tour. They also visit Yosemite and Fragile X expert Hagerman along the way.

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Get Him to the Greek Review


Good
With all the hallmarks of an Apatow production (vulgarity, racy humour, adults acting like children), this Forgetting Sarah Marshall spin-off is lively and silly enough to keep us giggling. But its darker moments make the tone rather uneven.

Aaron (Hill) works at a Los Angeles record label that's struggling to make money, so he proposes restaging the iconic Greek Theater gig by fading rock star Aldous Snow (Brand) 10 years ago. Then his intense boss (Combs) sends Aaron to London to accompany the notoriously unreliable Aldous back to L.A. by way of New York and Las Vegas. And of course nothing goes as planned, all coloured by trouble both guys are having with their girlfriends (Moss and Byrne). Will they make it to the Greek in time?

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Metallica: Some Kind of Monster Review


Excellent
Metallica's St. Anger - the legendary metal band's first album of new material since the touchy-feely twin horrors Load (1996) and Re-Load (1997) - is a dense, sonically messy one-note return to their speed metal roots. Metallica: Some Kind of Monster, Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky's documentary about the trials and tribulations surrounding the making of that comeback album, however, is a full-blown opera of metallic drama, passion, and misery. Filled with the torment and rage that fuels the band's finest work, it's a piercing vision of an iconic band teetering on the brink of collapse, and a fascinating portrait of the creative process as explosive, potentially destructive, and, ultimately, cathartic.

Berlinger and Sinofsky's film began as a simple record label-financed project to help promote the band's new record, yet soon morphed into a marathon three-year venture as the group - reeling from the departure of its long-time bassist Jason Newsted, and with the remaining members struggling to cope with newfound adult responsibilities and long-held bad habits - began to fray at the edges. Forced to attend group sessions with therapist-to-the-stars Phil Towle after Newsted's sudden exit, the band's remaining three members seem thoroughly fed up with each other - diminutive drummer and band spokesperson Lars Ulrich refuses to see eye to eye with singer (and struggling alcoholic) James Hetfield, who exasperatedly rolls his eyes at Towle's "Metallica Mission Statement" and ignores guitarist Kirk Hammett's pleas to make nice with Ulrich. A dysfunctional family with Ulrich as the band's de facto mommy, Hetfield as the controlling, liquored-up daddy, and Hammett as the timid child trying to stop the fighting, the group seems ready to explode. Then, with inter-band relationships at their most strained, Hetfield unexpectedly leaves for rehab, bringing an abrupt halt to sessions for the new album and awkwardly placing his band members' professional lives on indefinite hold.

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