At the point when craftsmen head to the studio, they ordinarily mean on making a collection that is superior to its archetype. Metallica are right around forty years into their vocation, and drummer Lars Ulrich has prodded their impending record as the best one they’ve ever constructed.
A few of the individuals from Metallica have examined the advancement the band has made all through the pandemic on the development to 2016’s Hardwired… to Self-Destruct. It took them a tad to get into the swing of making music together through Zoom, however before the finish of the mid year, Ulrich guaranteed that they had a ton of new material to share.
In another issue of Classic Rock, the drummer shared a touch more about the condition of the forthcoming collection and alluded to it as the best one they’ve done. “It’s the heaviest thing, the coolest,” he enthused. “Yet, in all seriousness, on the off chance that it wasn’t on the grounds that we believed that the best record was still in front of us, at that point why continue doing it?”
“In Metallica we love the imaginative cycle, and it’s difficult for me to envision that we’ll actually quit making records,” he added.