METALLICA’s JAMES HETFIELD Discusses Next Album for the Band
Earlier this week we reported that METALLICA frontman JAMES HETFIELD appeared at the Peterson Automotive Museum to talk about his “Reclaimed Rust” exhibit which runs from now until the fall and shows off the singers car collection and some METALLICA memorabilia.
During a Q&A at the session, the METALLICA frontman JAMES HETFIELD was asked about the band’s next album to which he replied
“That’s a great question. We don’t know. Right now, I’m sitting in Petersen Museum [laughs], and I don’t know what’s gonna happen next. That’s the beauty of this. We’ll sit down and figure out what works best for us.”
“Whatever is coming up, we don’t know. And we kind of thrive off of the fear of the unknown — a bit — and being scared just enough to feel alive.”
AXL ROSE Dedicates “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” At GUNS N’ ROSES Show
During GUNS N’ ROSES first concert of 2020 last night in Miami, Florida as part of the SUPER BOWL MUSIC FESTIVAL, frontman AXL ROSE took some time to dedicate the song “Knocking’ On Heaven’s Door” to KOBE BRYANT, his daughter and the others who died tragically in that helicopter crash last weekend. AXL ROSE would tell a story about returning from rehearsal and seeing the fog over the mountain where KOBE BRYANT’s helicopter crashed. Check it out below (starts at 2:21).
The setlist for the Miami, Florida show was as follows: