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The heavy metal band will promote their upcoming 3D film and perform live at the pop culture fest.
The video for Nimrod Antal's film mashes up the concert footage of the heavy metal band and the clip featuring leading man Dane DeHaan.
The James Hetfield-led heavy metal band announce that 'Metallica Through the Never' will come out on August 9 with 'Chronicle' young star Dane DeHaan tackling a major role.
The James Hetfield-fronted band will now introduce their future releases under their independent recording company, Blackened Recordings.
Excited about the upcoming music video directed by the 'Pi' helmer, Reed hopes that the clip 'can be his next Black Swan.'
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's portrayal of a heavy metal fan in new film 'Hesher' reminded Metallica so much of tragic guitarist Cliff Burton, they immediately agreed to licence their music for the movie.
Saying that the rock band are no fun anymore, Download Festival decided to snub them and tap Def Leppard instead.
Learning about report suggesting a little girl was kicked into the audience at their concert, the band state, 'She wasn't hurt. She didn't go 'flying several feet into the audience'.'
The daughter of a crew member was standing on the edge of stage when Kirk Hammett kicked one of the black inflatable balls at her direction by accident.
The concert at the CBS Canterbury Arena will go ahead as planned as the venue which is close to the epicenter of the earthquakes is not damaged at all.
The rock band's drummer admits that he regrets airing their problems in the 2004 movie because now the rest of the world know more about him and his bandmates than he'd like them to.
'I wanted you to know that you were one of the main reasons I made it onto that stage to begin with,' he wrote in an open letter to the late musician.
The Metallica rocker dispatched an assistant to a restaurant after realizing that he been charged double for a band meal in Moscow.
The rock band refuse to cancel their concerts and are confirmed to travel across Europe by car or train following the mountain eruption.
Israeli fans, who vow to snub Metallica's show in Tel Aviv because of the ticket's high price, have ended their boycott after the gig's promoter agree to drop the price.