Metallica Go Behind The Scenes Of 'Moth Into Flame'


(Metal Hammer) Metallica have released a nine-minute video that follows the band as they write latest track Moth Into Flame. It's the second song to appear from 10th album Hardwired… To Self-Destruct, which arrives on November 18.

In the video , drummer Lars Ulrich takes the lead as they discuss the composition, which at the time had the working title Plow. After he persuades James Hetfield to reorganise a series of phrases, the frontman says: "That's awesome - going into that fast riff is so awesome!"

Hetfield goes on to discuss adding a "guitar doodling thing" that "might work." Producer Greg Fidelman then offers his own advice about being aware of repetition and thinking about the end of the song.

Later, Hetfield complains of playing a fast-moving riff he describes as "gih-gih-gih-gih," adding: "I like gih-gih-gih-gih, but I've got to get back in gih-gih shape." Watch the video here.

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