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A thrashing Bay Area quartet fond of breakneck-speed riffs glinting with menace and aggression—owing to their affinity for new wave of British heavy metal bands—the group are responsible for some of the most brutal, enduring rock & roll albums of the '80s and '90s.
Even when the band were young, snotty and combative, they never shied away from traditional structures or melodies if it made sense for a song.
For Metallica, it all started with a May 1981 classified ad posted by Lars Ulrich in the Los Angeles newspaper : "Drummer looking for other metal musicians to jam with.
Finland is most metallic with 53.5 metal bands per 100,000 people, followed by Sweden and Norway tied at 27.2, and then Iceland at 22.7.
Two of the solar system’s best natural timekeepers have been caught misbehaving, suggesting that the accepted ages for the oldest known rock samples are off by a million years or more.
Tygers of Pan Tang, Diamond Head and Iron Maiden." Luckily for Ulrich, a vocalist/guitarist named James Hetfield answered the inquiry.