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Look, we're not saying Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich is gay.
He was the bassist for Metallica for 15 years, during which time the pioneering San Francisco metal outfit became one of the biggest bands on the planet.
He left in 2001 when he clashed with bandmates over his desire to do side projects.
“I don’t have any grand expectations,” says Newsted, 49, sitting behind the mixing board in his home studio, the Chophouse.
“I plan on working my way back up.” Musical detour Newsted is wearing an old jean jacket emblazoned with patches — including a Metallica logo — looking like the thrash-rock kids that idolized him more than two decades ago.
’“And he goes, ‘Lets play that one, that one, that one, that one.’ And we did.
When I came into Metallica, I had to do justice to Cliff's work, but I also had to put my own signature on it.
When I got back they all came to watch me, and help me, and embrace me.“[Cliff’s mother] Jan Burton grabbed me right away, ‘Once the guys told me, I said you were the one, they know you are the one, please be safe.’“That was heavy.
They are passing Cliff’s torch on who’s getting it.”Via Carla Morton here, somewhere from Europe, metal lover, especially black, death, dark, symphonic, avantgarde & industrial metal.
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