New Metallica Songs A 'Little Leaner And Shorter' Says Lars: Metallica News


On Tuesday New Metallica Songs A 'Little Leaner And Shorter' Says Lars was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) Metallica get straight to the point on their upcoming album "Hardwired... To Self Destruct", according to Lars Ulrich. The drummer recently said he took inspiration from 1983 record Kill 'Em All on the follow-up to 2008's Death Magnetic - adding that the new material is "a little more physical" and "more linear" than its "cerebral" predecessor.

Ulrich tells Star Tribune: "I'm pretty sure it sounds like Metallica. The songs are probably a little leaner and shorter than the last go-around, and slightly less progressive.

"They're more one-dimensional, meaning each song really just has one individual mood instead of having many moods within one song. And I can tell you, it feels pretty damn good to have this new music and to be getting it out there." Read more - here.


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