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Musicians Robert Trujillo (L) and James Hetfield of Metallica perform onstage at the Rose Bowl on July 29, 2017 in Pasadena, California

How to Join Metallica in Giving Back With These Events Across the Country

Metallica is keeping up with their pledge to give back to the community. As the band continues efforts through their All Within My Hands foundation, they’re also inviting fans across the country to pitch in.
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Who Would the Internet Actually Like to See Play the Super Bowl Halftime Show?

After Adam Levine left Twitter ablaze with discussions about his tattoos and shirt removal, we’re wondering who would actually be considered a good fit for the iconic performance.
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Metallica Bares All on Acoustic 'Helping Hands' Live Album

From the inaugural 'Helping Hands Benefit Concert'
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Jimmy Page / Hendrix's Flying V

Iconic Instruments Of Rock & Roll Exhibit Opening

Where you can find Page's costume and Hendrix's Flying V
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Hipsters Cause Huge Boost In Cassette Sales

To be cool, you have to listen to music on a super low quality format.
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WATCH: Metallica Perform Cover of Queen's "Stone Cold Crazy" & Share Footage

During Metallica’s show at the Manchester Arena on October 28, the band gave an insane performance of Queen’s “Stone Cold Crazy,” sharing some professionally shot footage of the cover. /tag/metallica
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Robert Trujillo and James Hetfield of Metallica

WATCH: Sing Along to Metallica's "Don't Look Back in Anger" Cover in Manchester

During Metallica’s show this weekend at the Manchester Arena, the band started a sing-along of Oasis’ “Don’t Look Back in Anger.” Specifically, bassist Robert Trujillo and guitarist Kirk Hammett led the charge with an instrumental rendition of the song.
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WATCH: Metallica Play "Spit Out The Bone" Live for the First Time; Announce California Wildfire Benefit

Parts of Northern California were devastated by wildfires earlier this month. In an effort to help provide some relief to the victims of the tragedy, the hometown heroes of Metallica have announced a benefit concert called “Band Together.”
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