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Watch Metallica’s “Moth into Flame” Grammy Performance Without Mic Issues

A video that features all of James Hetfield’s vocals from Metallica’s Grammy performance with Lady Gaga is currently streaming.Metallica’s Romanian fan club, RoLoad, has uploaded the video showing the group and Lady Gaga performing “Moth into Flame” at Sunday’s Grammy Awards. The broadcast was marred by a problem that left Hetfield’s mic silent for much of the song.RoLoad, which posted the... …

Megadeth Receive Grammy While House Band Plays Metallica’s “Master of Puppets"

Dave Mustaine can’t seem to shake Metallica.At last night’s Grammy Awards, Megadeth finally won an award after 12 previous nominations. But as the Metallica cofounder and his group took a very long walk to the stage to accept the award for Best Metal Performance, they were treated to a live band’s very awful rendition of Metallica’s “Master of Puppets.”“Wow,” Mustaine said as he accepted the... …

Metallica Announce WorldWired North American Tour

Metallica have announced their 2017 “WorldWired” North American tour, and you can check out the dates below.They will be supported by Avenged Sevenfold, Volbeat and Gojira. The three-month long trek will kick off May 10 in Baltimore and conclude August 16 in Edmonton, Alberta. This will be the band’s first full North American tour in eight years.Tickets will be available to the general public... …

Watch Metallica and Lady Gaga Survive Mic Problems with Live “Moth into Flame”

Metallica performed “Moth into Flame” with Lady Gaga at the 59th annual Grammy Awards Sunday, February 12, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.James Hetfield suffered mic problems for the first half of the song and couldn’t be heard. He eventually moved over to Gaga’s mic, but his mic was functional again by the last verse. It was a disappointing and shocking development for such a high... …

What If Metallica’s ‘Kill ’Em All’ Album Were in Major Keys?

When it was released in 1983, Metallica’s debut album, Kill ’Em All, set the pace for thrash metal, with its minor-key riffage, precise playing and fusion of punk with New Wave of British Heavy Metal.Would the album have been nearly as successful if the songs had been in major keys? The answer is obvious, but that didn’t stop Ben Eller from exploring how the intro to each of the album’s 10... …

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