Metallica’s Lars Ulrich opens up about Grammys efficiency with Lady Gaga
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich stopped through The Late Late Show with James Corden on Tuesday to discuss the band’s upcoming World Wired Tour and what took place right through Sunday evening’s 59th Annual Grammy Awards.
During the band’s efficiency with Lady Gaga, lead singer James Hetfield discovered himself in a dilemma when his microphone did not paintings. This got here after presenter Laverne Cox forgot to say the band along Lady Gaga after introducing them.
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While appearing Moth Into Flame with the singer, the target market and audience at house couldn’t listen any of Hetfield’s verses till he shared the mic with Gaga. Corden complimented Ulrich for a way he treated the location however Hetfield wasn’t satisfied in a while.
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He published to Corden that once their efficiency the lead singer vented behind the scenes. “We get off stage, we get back there and I haven’t seen him like that in 20 years. I mean, he was livid…He’s a pretty chill guy, but the first five or 10 minutes in that dressing room was not a lot of fun,” he recalled.
Lars, with Katherine Heigl and Andrew Rannells sitting beside him at the sofa, described the recording procedure for his or her newest album, Hardwired…to Self Destruct. Apparently, now that everybody has youngsters, it’s much more paintings.
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“You get up, you get the kids ready, you drop them at two or three different schools…after-school activities and play dates and all that and one kid’s here and one kid’s there, but we managed to put about six or seven hours into the studio in between that and the album was given birth to,” he mentioned.
He additionally dished that they’re no longer loopy rock stars anymore –lifestyles is lovely calm at the highway for them. “We carry our own chef that feeds us very organic and healthy stuff. We have not one, but two…guys that like, massage us and stretch us, warm us up, stitch us back together after the show,” Lars shared.
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