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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 12:57 am 
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metallica premiered my apocolapse live today

It was actually yesterday but not a big diff, hopefully we get that and Judas Kiss in The States.

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We're having so much fun out on the road that we thought, hey, why not film it for the video of our next single? So we invited our good friend Wayne Isham and his crew to join us for a few shows in California in December of 2008 . . . Ontario and Fresno to be exact. We go way back with Wayne (several vids from the "Black" album up through "Frantic" and the "Cunning Stunts" DVD) and as always, Wayne rocked it!

NEW VIDEO!!!

heres the link where you can watch it!
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:shock: Wow thanks Demon wasnt expecting that.

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awsome footage! I love how Lars play untight on the double bass part! :lol: na gonna quit with the critic! :D

Love the chorus :D but i dont like Metallica´s new guitar sound in their live recordings :O S&M had INCREDIBLE guitar tone!

Live it sounds AWSOME but in the recordings its really weak :/


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i personnely think that the music kicked ass. it showed some kickass fottage of metallica live.

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Rolling Stone has just confirmed in an interview with Jason Newsted that he will be there and will perform with Metallica at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, and that Cliff Burton's father also will be present, as well as original bassist Ron Govney. 8)

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thanks rickhawk. thats so cool.

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In an email Metallica said Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers will play with them also

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Rolling Stone has just confirmed in an interview with Jason Newsted that he will be there and will perform with Metallica at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, and that Cliff Burton's father also will be present, as well as original bassist Ron Govney. 8)


HAHA if Ron is there... Dave MUST be there hahah XD fail... :(


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rickhawk80 wrote:
Rolling Stone has just confirmed in an interview with Jason Newsted that he will be there and will perform with Metallica at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, and that Cliff Burton's father also will be present, as well as original bassist Ron Govney. 8)


HAHA if Ron is there... Dave MUST be there hahah XD fail... :(

Actually, he won't be ... which makes him look more petty for not being there now that we know he was invited and will be back in the States by then. :? :wink:

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In an email Metallica said Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers will play with them also

he will induct them. i dont think he will play with them.

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As I posted awhile back in this thread, Flea is introducing them, NOT playing with them. He did play with them last summer, though, at the Bridge City Benefit: he played his favorite Met song with them -- "Fight Fire With Fire" -- for one of their encores.

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rickhawk80 wrote:
Rolling Stone has just confirmed in an interview with Jason Newsted that he will be there and will perform with Metallica at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, and that Cliff Burton's father also will be present, as well as original bassist Ron Govney. 8)


HAHA if Ron is there... Dave MUST be there hahah XD fail... :(

Actually, he won't be ... which makes him look more petty for not being there now that we know he was invited and will be back in the States by then. :? :wink:


Haha imagine if Megadeth would be inducted... and EVERY SINGLE PERSON that has ever played a part in Megadeth would come XD that would be quite a few!

Well Daves and Metallica´s problems aint my fight so i dont really care :D Metallica is Metallica with Kirk for me ^^


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more Metallica news. they are gonna be on fuse alot this week

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on FUSE
3/30/2009 [ back ]



Our friends over at FUSE TV will be covering the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony this Saturday and as we all get ready for the big weekend, FUSE is kicking off the week with all kinds of Metalli-TV.

Today is "Metallica Monday" as we take over FUSE with new specials on starting today at 9:00 pm EDT including "Metallica: In Their Own Words" and "The Metallica Chronicles: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Special" along with an airing of "Cunning Stunts." Metallica Monday will feature never before seen footage and interviews as FUSE traveled to Manchester, England to chat with us and film some of the show. You can check out an excerpt right here.



Of course it all leads up to the induction ceremony, which will be broadcast live from Cleveland on Saturday, April 4 starting at 9:00 pm EDT. Don't have FUSE? NO worries - you can watch it online!

Check out http://www.fuse.tv/rockhall for more info. and the schedule for the week is also posted below:

Metallica R&R HOF Programming on FUSE (all EDT)

2009 RRHOF Induction Ceremony
Airs: April 4 @ 9 pm

Some Kind of Monster
Airs: March 30 @ 6 pm and 11 pm
Reairs: April 1 @ 11 pm
April 2 @ 2 pm
April 4 @ 5 pm
April 5 @ 9 pm

Metallica: Cunning Stunts
Airs: March 30 @ 10 pm and 3 am
Reairs: April 1 @ 9 pm
April 2 @ 1 pm
April 3 @ 10:30 pm
April 4 @ 2 am
April 5 @ 3 pm and 8 pm

Metallica: Master of All
Airs: March 30 @ 9 pm and 2 am
Reairs: March 31 @ 7 pm
April 1 @ 8 pm
April 2 @ 12 pm
April 3 @ 9:30 pm
April 4 @ 3:30 pm and 1 am
April 5 @ 2 pm and 7pm

Metallica Chronicles: RRHOF Special Edition
Airs: March 30 @ 9:30 pm and 2:30 am
Reairs: March 31 @ 7:30 pm
April 1 @ 8:30 pm
April 2 @ 12:30 pm
April 3 @ 10 pm
April 4 @ 3 pm and 1:30 am
April 5 @ 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm

No. 1 Countdown - RRHOF Special Edition
Airs: April 1 @ 6 PM
Reairs: April 2 @ 10 PM and 2 AM
April 3 @ 11:30 PM
April 4 @ 4:00 PM
April 5 @ 11 AM, 4 PM and 2 AM

Kings of Rock: Rock Hall Inductees '09
Airs: April 1 @ 7 PM and 2:30 AM
Reairs: April 3 @ 4 PM
April 4 @ 8 PM
April 5 @ 1 PM and 6 PM


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by the way did anyone get GH Metallica?

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hmm... hope it popps upp on youtube! i dont have FUSE :(


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hmm... hope it popps upp on youtube! i dont have FUSE :(
You might be able to watch it streaming from fuse.tv

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Hell yeah!!!

Second leg of Metallica "Death Magnetic" tour announced for United States on the MetClub's website today.

Presales for Club members start as early as April 1 for some dates, and public onsale as early as April 4 for some dates:

Date Location Venue
September 14 Nashville, TN Sommet Center
September 15 Cincinnati, OH US Bank Arena
September 17 Indianapolis, IN Conseco Fieldhouse
September 19 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
September 28 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
September 29 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
October 1 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Bank Atlantic Center
October 3 Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum
October 4 Atlanta, GA Phillips Arena
October 12 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
October 13 Minneapolis, MN Target Center
October 15 Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena
October 17 Charlottesville, VA JPJ Arena
October 18 Charlotte, NC Charlotte Bobcats Arena
October 26 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
October 29 Ottawa, ON Scotiabank Place
October 31 Quebec City, QC Colisee Pepsi
November 9 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
November 10 Buffalo, NY HSBC Arena
November 12 Albany, NY Times Union Center
November 14 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
December 5 Las Vegas, NV Mandalay Bay
December 7 Boise, ID Idaho Center
December 8 Sacramento, CA ARCO Arena
December 10 Anaheim, CA Honda Center
December 12 San Jose, CA HP Pavillion
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who is opening for them?

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Don't know yet. Pre-sales for Club members for some of the dates started today.

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oh. thanks rickhawk. if anyone finds out whos opening please post it here.

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I'd love to see Metallica in Nashville. That would be awesome *r* also Heart is coming to Knoxville or somewhere near us so I may have to go to that, too!

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There are rumors on the MetClub's forum that the opener will be either Mastodon or Alice in Chains. I believe AIC is still in the studio recording their new album, so that seems doubtful. [-(

:-k However, Mastodon is playing dates with Metallica in Europe from June to August, so it seems very realistic that they would comes back to the States as the opener for the second leg of the U.S. tour in the fall. :-s Now I'm wishing they were playing another date near me on the second leg -- I'd love to see Mastodon!!! \:D/

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that would kick asss if it was alice and chains or mastodon

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Heres a cool thinf Fuse did
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Cool blog entry from the music reporter for a Cleveland alternative newspaper who snuck into the Metallica private part at House of Blues in Cleveland last night:


The Scoop on Metallica's Secret Friday Bash at HOB
Posted by Michael Gallucci on Sat, Apr 4, 2009 at 5:37 PM

"Why is everyone leaving me?" "Fleming, why are you doing this to me?"

The short middle-aged guy is leaning up against the bar, joking with Fleming at the end of what might be just another night at House of Blues. Except that tonight, we're talking about legendary Metallica producer Fleming Rasmussen, the current subject of torment from Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, who is still hanging out at nearly
3 a.m. at HOB's bar.

On the eve of Metallica's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the band gather at HOB for a super-hush hush party hosted by their longtime management Q Prime, with only friends, Q Prime employees and select label execs on the invite list. Earlier in the week, rumors began to circulate that Metallica would play a secret show before/after the induction ceremonies. By the end of the week, rumors of the event had been downgraded to "private party" status and HOB employees did their best to appear completely unaware of the event, with one employee emailing me back the reply "I honestly haven't heard anything about that!" in response to my inquiry trying to confirm the event. Another associate spoke with Metallica brass and got the message "If Metallica doesn't know you, you're not getting in."

I was there with a label friend of mine that had a high placed connection with Megaforce Records founder Jonny Zazula, and a promise to get in the door on that evening. The only problem is that we've got a bad connection with Jonny's wife Marsha, who keeps answering Jonny's cell phone, unable to hear the caller on the other end.

After a few more phone calls, we decide that it's time to find another way into House of Blues. We encounter a quick roadblock with the HOB employees working the door/guest list, "Who are you" is the question that comes from the HOB employee. "Jonny Zazula" replies my friend. "Who is he?" is the question directed toward me. "Don't I get a plus one?" "No ... um ... well OK, go on inside."

And like that, we're inside. My friend immediately hunts down Jonny Zazula, hugs are exchanged, and Jonny laughs when he hears that we used his name to get in the door. Tonight's party is the best party you've never been to — free food, free booze and an audience with a dizzying list of future Rock Hall inductees, presenters, and tons of celeb friends.

No pictures is the rule, with the understanding that if you are caught taking pictures with your cell phone camera or otherwise, you'll be shown the door immediately. This allows for an atmosphere that finds all four Metallica members — singer James Hetfield, drummer Ulrich, guitarist Kirk Hammett and bass player Robert Trujillo — to hang at ease with friends and family with minimal interruptions. It is without a doubt, one big giant Metallica family reunion, as the members of Metallica reminisce and swap stories with their longtime former and current business associates, musical comrades, and family.

There are staff photographers on hand, hired to capture the evening's events on film. Legendary guitarist Jimmy Page is holding court, talking with Anthrax members Scott Ian and Charlie Benante. Hetfield is deep in conversation with Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, who is walking with the aid of a lavish wooden cane, the result of recent hip surgery. Others in attendance: legendary Metallica producer Bob Rock (no hard feelings about the trash can drums, I guess,) syndicated radio personality Eddie Trunk, longtime Rolling Stone scribe David Fricke and a couple of former Metallica bass players.

That's right, Jason Newsted AND original Metallica bass player Ron McGovney are both in attendance for the evening. With Rock and Trujillo there, we've got all four bass players from Metallica in the same room. It's good to see Newsted there, and Father Time has been good to him — he doesn't appear to have aged a day since his 2001 departure from the band. For anyone that was wondering the current state of relations between Newsted and Metallica, it's apparent that things are currently all good, at least for this weekend.

Celebration is the focus for not only the pending Rock Hall induction, but also the incredible legacy of Metallica. And that's why tonight feels so good, because nearly all of the principal players that helped Metallica carve out that legacy, are at House of Blues. It appears that no one was left off the guest list, and nearly all have come to Cleveland to celebrate — current and former Q Prime staffers, the previously mentioned musical friends, and some important living breathing footnotes in Metalli-history, including "Metal" Joe Chimienti and "Rockin'" Ray Dill. As members of the "Metal Militia," Dill and Chimienti gave crucial early support to the band and also
gave the band a place to stay in their early days. Chimienti's house was also the birthplace for many of the writing sessions for a little album called Ride The Lightning.

During an impromptu roast late in the evening, Dill stood in front of a giant ice sculpture in the Metalli-appropriate shape of a "middle finger salute" (there was also an ice sculpture of "devil horns,") and recalled selling his New Jersey home to a group of young adults. When he told them that James Hetfield had gotten sick in the bathroom, the kids paid attention, remodeling the entire house, except for the hallowed bathroom, which would remain untouched.

McGovney spoke, recalling that the band would refer to themselves as the "young metal attack," a phrase that was used on some of the band's earliest T-shirts and merchandise — "Young because that's what we were, Metal, because that's what it was, and Attack, because that's what we did to each other." There were no speeches from the members of Metallica — there would be plenty of time for that during Saturday's ceremonies — tonight was all about having fun.

For Metallica, it was an evening that also showed they hadn't forgotten where they came from, or the people who got them there. And how many times do you get the chance to bump elbows with Joe Perry and Jimmy Page in the same room? It was a night to remember for all in attendance, and from this guy here, I'll rate it at two metal horns, way up. Best. Night. Ever. —Matt Wardlaw


http://www.clevescene.com/c-notes/archives/2009/04/04/the-scoop-on-metallicas-secret-friday-bash-at-hob

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Anyone else watch the Hall of Fame induction last night? Really good stuff, including a great induction by Flea that included a touching tribute to Cliff Burton. Acceptance speeches by Lars, James, Kirk, Rob, Jason Newsted AND Cliff Burton's father. Also very cool that in James' speech he said now that they were in the HOF they had some suggestions for the place: Deep Purple, Rush, Alice Cooper, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, KISS and Motorhead (did I miss any of the ones he named??). *r*

Anyway, then they all performed "Master" and "Sandman" with both Rob and Jason on bass, then they played a scorching version of "Train Kept A-Rollin" for the All-Star Jam to close the show. Onstage for the jam you had the 5 Met members as well as Flea, Ronnie Wood, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck and Joe Perry. All the Met guys wore suits for the event, so it was weird to see them up there thrashing it out onstage in suits -- Lars wearing his dress shirt untucked and still sporting a tie while bashing the drums reminded me of some punk or Mod drummer from the late 70s. And shots of Rob and Jason sharing a mic to do background vocals together were priceless. *r*

A great scene and the guys looked very humbled by it all. 8) Pics are on the Met site here:
http://www.metontour.com/portal/gallery/viewer.asp?category_id=25987

I must also say that the other HOF inductess that night were interesting, especially Jeff Beck (who was introduced by Jimmy Page and who then played a few tunes onstage with Jimmy Page, including an instrumental variation of "Immigrant Song"), the RUN-DMC induction (with introduction by Eminem), and an old-time 50s rocker I was unfamiliar with but who was very impressive named Wanda Jackson.

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I saw it and i have to say it was truley amazing. Awsome they gave that list of bands to get in. Instead of getting a electic mix of artist they should just induct Deep Purple, Rush, Alice Cooper, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, KISS and Motorhead all at the same time. That would be way cooler than waiting 3 hours to see the one band you want to see.

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