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Metallica And Lou Reed Discuss New Collaboration

Members of Metallica and Lou Reed both recently discussed their newly-announced collaborative project with Rollingstone.com. Speaking on the project drummer Lars Ulrich offered:

“I don’t think we’ve ever felt this free. There’s nothing that’s totally outside of the boundary for us, nothing that feels like ‘Oh, what happens if we go there?’ The strength of us… is it feels like we cannot land on a wrong place.”

According to Ulrich the album is around 90% finished and no label plans have been decided upon yet as both Metallica and Reed are currently free agents.

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    • toeballlordjimmy     June 17, 2011 at 2:26 am

      I just cannot for the life of me picture in my mind what this will sound like. I have always had an unhealthy obsession with Metallica, and Hetfield particular, so i’m sure ill be biased towards liking it anyways. Shit, if i can back them thru St. Anger surely i can make it thru this.

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    • tentonwolf     June 17, 2011 at 4:43 pm

      You can hate on ‘em all ya want, for some reasons I can almost understand why many have animosity towards ‘tallica or just lost interest from load forward(I personally can appreciate music from every album they’ve released w/o st.anger). Nothing anyone can say will ever taint kill ‘em all through black. Can never, will never.

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    • I’m pretty curious about this. I flat out love the first four albums, as anyone even remotely intrested in metal should. The Black Album has about 3 good songs. Everything with the exception of Garage, Inc. I’ve absolutely abhorred. Saying that, I will always somewhat step up for Metallica based solely on the contributions they made in the past. Same with Danzig. The new material blows but I’m still going to check it out and at least be intrested to hear it even knowing it will probably suck.

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