The Beastie Boys' DJ will spin records in between sets during Metallica's 'WorldWired' tour this summer.
It’s not quite a cover or a new song. Sunn O))) remodeled Metallica’s “For Whom the Bells Tolls” when the drone metal band released "F.W.T.B.T" in 2002.
James Hetfield wrote "Moth Into Flame" as a comment on fame after seeing the Amy Winehouse documentary 'Amy.'
“We’re getting there,” Lars Ulrich said. “Unless something radical happens it would be difficult for me to believe that it won’t come out in 2016.”
The Record Store Day ambassadors will celebrate the vinyl holiday with a special, intimate gig at the Berkeley, Calif.-based shop.
The full list has been unveiled including picture discs from David Bowie and Muse, box sets from the Flaming Lips and Alt-J and a ton more.
Drummer Lars Ulrich said, "We are looking forward to screaming from every rooftop the next few months about everything independent record store and beyond."
The one-off supergroup covered the Motorhead classic in tribute to Lemmy Kilmister at the annual Dimebash in honor of the late Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell.
Never in its nearly two decades of existence has Lollapalooza scheduled two more polarizing headliners than Sam Smith and Metallica.