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Toney’s melancholy bluesy vocal laments her masterful take on the heartbreak story.
His first release in 5 years proves worth the wait.
GW exceeds the legal limit with this roundup of the 50 fastest masters of the fretboard.
Today's free Lick of the Day comes courtesy of shredder Dave Reffet, who shows you a heavy metal riff in the style of Metallica's ...And Justice For All.
While Metallica just released Lulu -- their collaborative album with Lou Reed -- earlier this month, it looks like it won't be the only time the band can be heard on a new release this month.
During their recent first-ever show in Abu Dhabi, Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett took some time to speak with Time Out Dubai about a number of topics.
Metallica & Lou Reed's collaborative album, Lulu, moved over 13,000 copies in its first week on sale in the U.S., enough to land it at No. 36 on the Billboard charts.
While most are doubting a full tour, Metallica and Lou Reed recently hit Later ... With Jools Holland to perform "Iced Honey" off their new album, Lulu.
Metallica have just posted live footage from their recent concert in Abu Dhabi, their first show in the United Arab Emirates. You can watch footage of the band performing "Ride the Lightning" below.
Probably because of their shared release date and the competitive history between the bands, a lot of the negative comments on Lulu stories around here featured some variation on the theme, "I'm just going to buy Megadeth's new album instead."
Taking the attitude of "go big or go home" to heart, Loutallica have enlisted Darren Aronofsky to direct a music video for "Iced Honey" off their new album, Lulu.
If you think Lou Reed was completely unaware of the backlash from Metallica fans surrounding their upcoming collaboration, Lulu, think again.
RollingStone.com reports that the organizers of a Metallica concert in India were arrested when the show was called off, leading Metallica fans to destroy the stage and equipment.
Metallica was supposed to play Friday, October 28, in Delhi, but they postponed the show when a security barrier in front of the stage collapsed.
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