James Hetfield talks about what’s gonna happen and Metallica’s unexpected future plans. He makes the first interview since entering rehab in September 2019.
Metallica’s frontman Hetfield enters the rehabilitation because he can’t manage himself to alcohol problems. Now Hetfield is back on January 30 with his “Reclaimed Rust: The James Hetfield Collection” which is opened in California. In this event, Hetfield spoke with Petersen Automotive Museum executive director Terry L. Karges. Also, talks about a lot of upcoming album news and what’s happens to the band future. During this interview, the director and fans ask some questions about Metallica.
One of the fans asked a question can expect the upcoming studio album from Metallica Hetfield said:
“That’s a great question. We don’t know. Right now, I’m sitting in the Petersen Museum, and I don’t know what’s gonna happen next. That’s the beauty of this. We’ll sit down and figure out what works best for us. Whatever is coming up, we don’t know. And we kind of thrive off of the fear of the unknown — a bit — and being scared just enough to feel alive.”
Also, James Hetfield has answered the question about early days on Metallica:
“I wanted to be in a band. I just knew it. It was gonna happen. And I was gonna make it happen. And I started playing with some friends — local friends — in a band called Obsession. Also, we played cover songs at school parties. From there on, after I moved, I hung out with people who were a little better than me. However, that’s how I learned to get a little bit better. I just knew that’s what I wanted to do, and I was gonna do it at any cost.”
Metallica’s 2020 first concert a benefit show, also will happen on March 28 in California, US. Check out the James Hetfield full interview below.