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Lars will try his hand at directing...a Stanley Kubrick type film that will take 3 years to shoot.  Then, studio.



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They will write and lanse UN4 only in space. :happy:



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They already said it includes travel and Kirk said they will go into deep freeze so the Antarctica gig could be true.



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Nobody, especially Metallica, owes you anything.  I've supported the band since Justice, been to 13 concerts, bought every album, blah, blah, blah.  But I do so because I dig the band, not because I think they'll give me something in return.     

 

Fuck, I wish we had signatures. Awesome post.

 

The Dio tribute is not theirs to release, it's not even their project they merely recorded a cover song for the album

 

'zactly.



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TTN stage at the superbowl. unless they alreafy announced the half time show

Edited by MaidenFC, Oct 11 13 - 10:26 AM.


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Half-time shows are usually announced over the Summer. LOTS of prep work for that.



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TTN stage at the superbowl. unless they alreafy announced the half time show

bruno mars



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i have inside information that they will announce that a bigger announcement will be announced in an announcing way.



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i have inside information that they will announce that a bigger announcement will be announced in an announcing way.

 

I actually have inside information about YOUR inside information and it's that your inside information is way too inside to talk about.



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If it's a gig in Antarctica that would be massively disappointing. 

 

"Hey guys big announcement! A new frontier for Metallica! Another gig in a place 99.99% won't be able to attend!"



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GWAR already played Antarctica, so Metallica wouldn't really be treading new "frontiers".



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or maybe the supergroup that Dave once wanted

Lars

James

Dave

Junior 

 

but thats very unlikely 



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They quit because they are so sick of their ungrateful, childish, "entitled" fans.  I wouldn't blame them.

 

Through the Never was awesome.  Maybe being an older fan, around since early 80's, I just GET IT.

 

Pull up your big girl and big boy underwear.  If you don't like Metallica, why are you even here?????

 

Metallica Rules...Hetfield is King!!!!!!!!!!!



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They quit because they are so sick of their ungrateful, childish, "entitled" fans.  I wouldn't blame them.

 

Through the Never was awesome.  Maybe being an older fan, around since early 80's, I just GET IT.

 

Pull up your big girl and big boy underwear.  If you don't like Metallica, why are you even here?????

 

Metallica Rules...Hetfield is King!!!!!!!!!!!

 

:lol:

 

Being honest about one's feelings isn't childish. Pretending everything is perfect is definitely that.



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Sooo.. Anything yet?



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They quit because they are so sick of their ungrateful, childish, "entitled" fans.  I wouldn't blame them.

 

Through the Never was awesome.  Maybe being an older fan, around since early 80's, I just GET IT.

 

Pull up your big girl and big boy underwear.  If you don't like Metallica, why are you even here?????

 

Metallica Rules...Hetfield is King!!!!!!!!!!!

Is it really being an "entitled" fan to expect a band that makes music to, you know, record an album? I mean, think about it. Beyond Magnetic was recorded during Death Magnetic, so releasing that took no effort. [color=#b22222;]Lulu was recorded in 4 hours in Lars' bathroom while Lou Reed was sitting on the can and James was on the phone yelling at some radio station that he was a table, not a doctor. Everyone else was jamming in the room waiting for Lou and James to hurry up, and unbeknownst to them all, Greg hit the "on" button on the console and, yep, "art" was created.[/color]

 

While i'm please that you liked the movie, everything else you said was pretty lame.

 

 

PS: I made all that shit up about Lulu because I thought it was funny. I went ahead and made everything that was a joke red.  



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I would have believed the red text had you not said it was a joke.

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Is it really being an "entitled" fan to expect a band that makes music to, you know, record an album? I mean, think about it. Beyond Magnetic was recorded during Death Magnetic, so releasing that took no effort. [color=#b22222;]Lulu was recorded in 4 hours in Lars' bathroom while Lou Reed was sitting on the can and James was on the phone yelling at some radio station that he was a table, not a doctor. Everyone else was jamming in the room waiting for Lou and James to hurry up, and unbeknownst to them all, Greg hit the "on" button on the console and, yep, "art" was created.[/color]

 

While i'm please that you liked the movie, everything else you said was pretty lame.

 

 

PS: I made all that shit up about Lulu because I thought it was funny. I went ahead and made everything that was a joke red.

Just like when Jesus speaks in the Bible



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Sooo.. Anything yet?

 

Just some news about a Lulu tour and TTN2.



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Lulu2 with Skrillex.

Nah son, Knife Party.



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Big Announcement next week my ass 



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Big Announcement next week my ass 

 

I think Lars was just preparing us for the inevitable.

 

The next album will be called: THE KING OF EMPTY PROMISES



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They've just uploaded Sad But True from Day ON The Green 91 at YouTube.

 

Perhaps a hint to their December announcement ? 



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The performance is not brilliant, but it is awesome to see old footage with such quality (audio & video) for a 22 year old clip.

 

 

The white Tama  :drool:


Edited by Asperx, Oct 12 13 - 12:26 PM.


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Is it really being an "entitled" fan to expect a band that makes music to, you know, record an album? I mean, think about it. Beyond Magnetic was recorded during Death Magnetic, so releasing that took no effort. [color=#b22222;]Lulu was recorded in 4 hours in Lars' bathroom while Lou Reed was sitting on the can and James was on the phone yelling at some radio station that he was a table, not a doctor. Everyone else was jamming in the room waiting for Lou and James to hurry up, and unbeknownst to them all, Greg hit the "on" button on the console and, yep, "art" was created.[/color]

 

While i'm please that you liked the movie, everything else you said was pretty lame.

 

 

 

PS: I made all that shit up about Lulu because I thought it was funny. I went ahead and made everything that was a joke red.  

Speaking of Lulu.

 

In a brand new interview with U.K.'s Kerrang! magazine, METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich revealed that he still stands proudly behind "Lulu", the band's controversial collaborative album with former THE VELVET UNDERGROUND frontman Lou Reed.

"Somehow I heard 'The View' about a month ago in my car; I don't know if one of my kids was playing it, or how it came on, but I thought it sounded fucking insane. It sounded really, really strong," he said. "I couldn't quite figure out what all the fuss was about. I don't know what people expected a collaboration between METALLICA and Lou Reed to sound like, but I'm proud of it. I'm sure that record will age well within the catalogue and within the history."

Lars cited U.S. talk show host "Howard Stern" as a particularly high-profile example of someone who mocked "Lulu" on release, but later ate his words.

"[He was] one of the many cynics that came around three months later and spent days on the broadcast apologizing, and so there's a whole group of people who keep coming back and saying, 'I was wrong about 'Lulu'!'" Lars said. "It's like, 'Listen, no worries; it's fine, you can think what you want.' We're happy and proud, and Lou Reed is obviously a legend. Who wouldn't want to work with him? If Lou Reed called you up and said, 'Listen, I love your writing for Kerrang! Do you want to do a project together where we could write some poetry?', are you telling me you're going to say 'no?'"

Speaking to The Verge last month, METALLICA guitarist Kirk Hammett was asked if fan reactions ever factor in when METALLICA is deciding what to do next. Kirk said: "No, because we're doing it for ourselves, man. 'Lulu' is a really good example. I think that 'Lulu' is some of the best stuff we've done. I mean, the song 'Junior Dad' moves me to tears, and working with Lou Reed was such a cool, unique, and special thing for us. Maybe it's not for everyone. Maybe it's a challenge for our fans, but for us — Lars, James [Hetfield, guitar/vocals], Rob [Trujillo, bass], and myself — we loved doing it and it was such a great experience. We look back at it very positively."

In an interview with SPIN magazine, Ulrich was asked if he was surprised by the overwhelmingly negative reaction to "Lulu". "It was more spiteful than anyone was prepared for," Lars replied. "Especially against Lou. He is such a sweet man. But when METALLICA do impulsive riffing and Lou Reed is reciting abstract poetry about German bohemians from 150 years ago, it can be difficult to embrace."

Lars also said that he never had second thoughts when sweet Lou came in with lyrics like "I swallow your sharpest cutter / Like a colored man's dick". "I understand that to some 13-year-old in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, it can all seem a little cringe-worthy, but to someone raised in an art community in Copenhagen in the late '60s, that was expected," he said.

Read more at http://www.blabbermo...i9JL8kCtfmRP.99

Edited by soulcrusher, Oct 12 13 - 12:30 PM.



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