Metallica Star Asks Fans To Be Patient

(Classic Rock) Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo has asked fans to be patient while the band work on the follow-up to 2008's Death Magnetic. Earlier this month, they released a clip of frontman James Hetfield recording guitar parts for what will be their 10th album. But Trujillo says the final release is still some way off.

He tells Talk Is Jericho (via Blabbermouth): "We're having a great time - we're still working. It's gonna be a little while. Everybody's got to be patient. But it's coming, and that's the beautiful thing.

"Basically, you take it a step at a time, and you jam through it. You jam it, and you get the right feel. It's all centered around the jam, and that's where the magic comes from. That's how we're doing it." Read more here.

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