New Metallica Album Is ‘Mostly Done’
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich recently did an interview with Rolling Stone magazine and gave them a promising update!
“I’d say it’s mostly done,” Ulrich told Rolling Stone. He continued, “There are all these other responsibilities that have to be taken care of. Life in Metallica these days is not only about making a record; it’s about these things and we played a show at AT&T Park and he does this, I do this. We have all these sort of different things that we turn to. But the record gets worked on where there’s absolutely nothing else going on.”
“The record is well on its way. It may come out any century now, actually. There’s a saying: where there’s life, there’s hope.” Ulrich expanded on his previous statement about the band’s schedule, saying, “In all seriousness, it’s actually what we like. It works for us. It’s not just record, tour, record, tour. We like to do. We’re doing the Record Store Day next week and doing all that stuff. There’s lots of stuff going on all the time, but the record is almost done.”
As previously reported, Metallica is this year’s ambassadors for Record Store Day, April 16 ’16. On April 15, they release remastered versions of Kill ‘Em All and Ride the Lightning, which will also be made available in deluxe edition box sets. The next day will see the release of Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité, Metallica! – Live at Le Bataclan – Paris, France – June 11th, 2003.
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