A Chase pre-sale runs from Tuesday, March 19th at noon through Thursday, March 21st at 11:59 a.m. Pt. General tickets go on sale Friday, March 22nd at 10 a.m. Pt.
“We’re honored to take part in the Grand Opening of the Chase Center in San Francisco as
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In an exclusive clip from the show, Cantrell says that he felt it was time to get the band back together after Layne Staley’s death once he realized that singer-guitarist William DuVall was the right fit. “We had to think about this,” he says. “This is our life.
Metallica collaborated directly with the brewing team at Arrogant Consortia, an imprint of Stone Brewing, to craft the product – sampling the beverage at the company’s brewery in San Diego,
“A few years ago, I was going to do ‘One’ by U2 — I Googled the lyrics, but the words to Metallica’s ‘One’ came up,
“Those were the years that we proved ourselves,” Jason Newsted, the band’s bassist at the time, says. “We were firing on all cylinders. Once the ‘One’ video came out, we were ready for it and the world was ready for Metallica.
Dense, complex and mad at the world
Tickets for the event go on sale on Friday at 10 a.m. Pt via Ticketmaster. They’re also offering fans a chance to win third-row floor seats with a fundraiser.
Metallica formed its All Within
Now, after the band has dramatically tapered their drinking habits,
The star of “The Hangover” comedies and “Silver Linings Playbook” was still basking in the glow of rousing reception (including more than a little awards buzz) that his movie received at both the Venice and Toronto film festivals before it opens nationwide on Oct. 5.
As the end credits finished, People magazine’s 2011 choice for Sexiest Man Alive strolled to a director’s chair in front of an AMC theater screen along with George S. Stevens Jr., founder of the American Film Institute and a filmmaker himself, who moderated a Q & A session. An enthusiastic audience of local critics and females in
The album, which turns 30 this year, is one of Metallica’s greatest masterworks. Its songs are lengthy, nuanced statements on political devolution (the title track and “Eye of the Beholder”), the atrocities of war (the single “One”) and dealing badly
The guitarist, a veteran of Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave and Prophets of Rage, also enlisted Gza, Gary Clark Jr., K. Flay, Pretty Lights, Portugal. the Man, Whethan, Marcus Mumford, Rise Against’s Tim McIlrath, Carl Restivo, Nico Stadi, Leikeli47 and Herobust to appear on the 12-track album. Morello teased his latest project with two new songs,
The band were awarded the $130,000 prize in Stockholm by King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden on June 14. 50% of the prize will go to the Stockholm City Mission, while 25% will go to The World Childhood Foundation, and the remainder will go to the Afghanistan National Institute of Music.
“Our primary thing for the last year has been, all over where Metallica goes to, to support local food banks,” said drummer Lars Ulrich. “We write checks in every city. We just played a 39-day European tour where we wrote checks to the local food banks.”
Last year, Metallica established their new charity, the All Within My Hands Foundation, dedicated to creating sustainable communities by supporting workforce education, the fight against hunger and other critical local services.
As Billboard first reported, the band is donating 50% of its prize money to the Stockholm City Mission to support the homeless; 25% to the World Childhood Foundation, founded by Sweden’s Queen Silvia; and 25% to the co-recipient of the award, Anim, which was founded in 2010 in response to the country’s civil war and destruction of centuries of rich musical tradition.
Band members Lars Ulrich and Robert Trujillo were on-hand to accept the award on the band’s behalf from King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden during the ceremony in Stockholm on Thursday night.
“Not since Wagner’s emotional turmoil and Tchaikovsky’s cannons has anyone created music that is so physical and furious, and yet still so accessible.
Penn discussed the public backlash he received in 2002, when he wrote an open letter in the Washington Post condemning President George W. Bush for his threats to invade Iraq, followed by a trip he took to Baghdad.
“When I got back from that trip, if I was watching the news, I was persona non grata. I was a traitor. I was a communist. I was a socialist. I was an apologist for tyrannical dictators. I was whatever they decided to say that I was,” the actor said. “I thought I was going to go out on the street in Memphis, Tennessee, and get shot, which is where I had flown to directly from Iraq.”
With more than 240 music-related podcasts available on iTunes alone, it can be hard to separate the wheat from the chaff, so we’ve done it for you: Below is a subjective selection of 10 of our favorite music podcasts, in no particular order.
“Song Exploder” (iTunes/SoundCloud) — Film and TV composer Hrishikesh Hirway hosts this bi-weekly, 20-minute deep dive into a single song, with musicians from Solange and Lorde to Grizzly Bear, St. Vincent and Phoenix offering both anecdotes and the thought process behind their creations. In an episode spotlighting Lorde’s “Sober,” she tells the story
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