Metallica's James Hetfield Guests On Upcoming 'Heart' AlbumHetfield plays guitar on the album's title track...
Bay Area’s Best National AnthemsThe sports world seems to roll out the very best when it comes to the national anthem sung before a playoff contest or an All-Star Game.
Metallica Rock National Anthem at Stanley Cup FinalsHetfield and Hammett's guitars were autographed, displayed during the game, and then given up for auction to benefit the Sharks Foundation.
Watch: Metallica Perform The National Anthem On Metallica NightLast night was the annual Metallica Night at AT&T Park and the local rock icons were on hand to enjoy a night of Giants baseball.
When 'Dirty Jobs' Host Mike Rowe Didn't Recognize Metallica's James HetfieldIt's a case of two local celebrities meeting and a bit of mistaken identity (but even worse...Mike called him "Lars")
Metallica Plays Live Show In Berkeley Record StoreThe Grammy Award-winning hard rockers performed a live show inside Rasputin Music in Berkeley and streamed it to their Facebook followers.
WATCH: Metallica’s Record Store Day Performance"We can't wait to celebrate Record Store Day while shaking up the East Bay old-school style."
Metallica Named Record Store Day AmbassadorsThis year’s Record Store Day is set for Saturday, April 16th...
Stunning Piano Version Of Metallica Song Resurfaces OnlineHot on the heels of Metallica's announcement of the release date for deluxe box set reissues of the band's first two classic albums, an eight-year-old clip of a man performing a dazzling solo piano rendition of "Fade to Black" from Ride the Lightening has found new life online.
Metallica To Reissue 'Kill 'Em All' & 'Ride the Lightning'If you're still reeling from Metallica's performance at The Night Before, you are in some serious luck. Metallica announced they re-releasing expanded and remastered versions...
Metallica, Cage The Elephant Rock CBS Radio's "The Night Before"The biggest names in rock joined forces at #TheNightBefore prior to the big game! Metallica and Cage The Elephant played a sold out show at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
No Super Bowl Halftime Shows For Metallica"As far as us playing halftime for the Super Bowl, I have a feeling that ship has passed," Hetfield said