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Rob Trujillo says next Metallica album will arrive “a lot sooner than the previous two”

Posted by on March 14, 2019

According to bassist Robert Trujillo, Metallica’s next full-length album could arrive “a lot sooner” than 2008’s Death Magnetic and 2016’s Hardwired…to Self-Destruct. To celebrate the group’s upcoming “Down Under” tour in Australia/New Zealand, Trujillo appeared on this week’s The Music podcast to discuss the fall trek and more.   During the discussion, Trujillo revealed the […]

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Chloe Trujillo designs T-shirt for ‘Musicians Without Borders’

Posted by on January 17, 2019

Artist Chloe Trujillo has designed a limited-edition t-shirt in collaboration with Musicians Without Borders to celebrate the organization’s 20th anniversary. The shirt was created with the organization’s message of ‘War Divides, Music Connects’ in mind. This isn’t the first time Trujillo, the wife of Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo, has designed items in support of Musicians Without […]

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Review/Photos: Metallica electrify San Francisco The Night Before

Posted by on February 8, 2016

Although point of origin shouldn’t be an issue, Metallica originally hailed from Los Angeles and during their formative years made many trips to the Bay Area before eventually moving there. So much so, in fact, that today native San Franciscans and newbies alike still claim them as their own. Today, few can argue that Metallica’s early […]

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Metallica, Deftones in the studio

Posted by on January 20, 2015

It used to be that if a band was going back into the studio,  you’d either read about it in a magazine like Revolver or Rolling Stone, or find out when the album came out. Now, the age of social media has made it super easy for acts to update their fans via a simple sentence or photo. […]

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Five heavy David Bowie covers in honor of his birthday

Posted by on January 8, 2015

Today, David Bowie turned 68 years old. Be it the Thin White Duke, Ziggy Stardust, or just Bowie, he’s had an incredible career and continues to adapt and change his persona and musical style and still remain stylish, cool and relevant. That’s also due to the songs he’s written, many of which are timeless classics. […]

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These freaks are here to party: Infectious Grooves playing another show

Posted by on November 14, 2013

One of the most popular sets at this past Summer’s Orion Music + More festival was the reunion of Infectious Grooves, initially a funk-metal side project of Suicidal Tendencies. While the band never technically broke up, interest fell way off after their disappointing second album, 1993’s Sarsippius’ Ark. Also, bassist Robert Trujillo joined some other band […]

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Orion Music + More Wraps Up Triumphant Second Year

Posted by on June 10, 2013

As soon as they announced the lineup of last year’s Orion Music + More Festival. it was apparent that Metallica were doing things differently. While anyone could have slapped together a solid two-day lineup of heavy bands, the world’s biggest metal band brought country, plenty of indie rock and a brass band to play the […]

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Metallica Plays ‘ Kill ‘Em All’ In Its Entirety During Surprise Set At Orion

Posted by on June 8, 2013

“Don’t miss Dehaan,” said James Hetfield via a post on his Instagram account, along with a handful of revealing hash tags, prior to the kick off of Orion‘s first day. While our initial guess was that it had something to do with the star of Metallica’s 3D movie, “Dehaan” turned out to be our second guess: a […]

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Infectious Grooves’ Original Lineup Reuniting At Metallica’s Orion Music + More 2013

Posted by on April 4, 2013

At last year’s Orion Music + More, Metallica bassist Rob Trujillo reunited with Suicidal Tendencies for a short set that also included songs from Infectious Grooves. Now fans will get to see a proper reunion, as the original lineup of Infectious Grooves will be performing at this summer’s edition of Orion. In case you’re not […]

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Alice In Chains Subject Of Funny Or Die Skit

Posted by on April 3, 2013

In 2011, Pearl Jam released a documentary about the history of the band. Pearl Jam 20 was directed by Cameron Crowe. Perhaps to take the piss out of that film, Alice In Chains have premiered an 11-minute film on Funny or Die called Alice In Chains 23. While PJ20 is a documentary, AIC20 is more of a mockumentary, where […]

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