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20 Years Ago: Metallica Unveil New Look in ‘Until It Sleeps’ Video

Metallica showed to the world that they had cut off their hair when the video for "Until It Sleeps" premiered on May 23, 1996.

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YouTube

Watch James Hetfield Deliver an Acoustic Performance of Metallica’s ‘Motorbreath’

James Hetfield showed up to perform at the annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure benefit in San Francisco last night, giving an old Metallica number a whole new sound in the bargain.

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images
Kevin Winter, Getty Images

35 Years Ago: James Hetfield Meets Lars Ulrich

Pinpointing any band’s precise day of inception is often impossible, even a band as well documented as Metallica.

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Kevin Winter/Getty Images for CBS

See Metallica Live in Minneapolis

We're sending one lucky winner and a guest to the brand new U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis to see Metallica!

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YouTube

Metallica Honored by Mayor Upon Return to ’80s Home

Metallica stopped by their former home in El Cerrito, Calif., where they were honored by that city's mayor.

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Theo Wargo, Getty Images

Metallica to Stream Record Store Day Concert

Only a few Metallica fans will be fortunate enough to catch the band's Record Store Day 2016 concert in person — but for the rest of us, there's always the internet.

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Raphael Dias, Getty Images

James Hetfield Talks Metallica Reissues: ‘There’s Stuff in There That No One’s Heard’

Metallica fans eagerly anticipating the group's upcoming deluxe reissues of classic albums Kill 'Em All and Ride the Lightning should feel only more impatient after reading James Hetfield's comments.

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Columbia Records (2) / Elektra

Library of Congress Adds Records by Santana, Billy Joel and Metallica to National Recording Registry

The Library of Congress has announced the addition of 25 new records to the National Recording Registry, including classic works by Santana, Billy Joel and Metallica.

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Lars Ulrich Says Metallica Are ‘Quite Far Along’ With New Album

Metallica's next studio effort could be completed as soon as this spring, drummer Lars Ulrich says.

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Chung Sung-Jun / Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Motorhead Meet Metallica: Phil Campbell Joining Robert Trujillo’s Mass Mental for London Show

Former Motörhead guitarist Phil Campbell will sit in with Mass Mental, a side project led by Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo, when the band performs in London on March 13.

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