Is it just me or has the sitar been making inroads into metal—not to mention traditionally guitar-centric media coverage—in the past few months?
Back in November, Metallica released everyHardwired...to Self-Destructmusic video—10 in all—in one shot.
As expected, several popular artists have been honoring the late Chris Cornell by performing his music.
This past Monday night (May 15), Metallica made their Late Show with Stephen Colbert debut, performing“Now That We’re Dead.”
Last night, May 9, Metallica live-streamed their rehearsal on the eve of the kickoff of their Worldwired World Tour.
After suffering a shoulder injury in 2006 and being unable to play, former Metallica bassist Jason Newsteddecided to put down his bass and pick up a brush.
Well, it's finally May. And, as any up-to-speed guitar-centric internet fan knows, that's when Rob Scallon posts his popular "Maytallica" videos.
Metallica recently came to the aid of a Metallica tribute band—Blistered Earth—after their gear was stolen.
To help spread the word about its new Paradigm guitar strings, Ernie Ball recently asked a slew of top guitarists—from John Petruccito Paul Gilbert to Kenny Wayne Shepherd—to try to break a string.
In a recent interview with Guitarist, Hammett reveals how he came to own Greeny, the 1959 Les Paul made famous by Fleetwood Mac founder Peter Green.
You may know Metallica’s catalog like the back of your picking hand, but let’s face it: The band has released 10 studio albums containing 115 original songs.
Over the weekend, Korn announced via Facebook that they'll be touring in South America with a “special guest.”
Lars Ulrich called Lady Gaga “the quintessential perfect fifth member” of Metallica following the group’s collaboration with her at the Grammy Awards on February 12, 2017.
Mark Eglinton's So Let It Be Written: The Biography of Metallica’s James Hetfield isthe first biography of a living member of Metallica.
Sonar FM recently asked Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich to name the single biggest misconception people have about the group.
Megadeth may be known for making technical, complex music, but underneath it all frontman Dave Mustaine appreciates the value of a strong rhythm guitarist.
It’s been 28 years since Jethro Tull beat out Metallica in one of the greatest upsets in award show history.