Lars Ulrich Talks About How Difficult to Make New METALLICA Album
Lars Ulrich – Photo Credit: Carole Segal

Lars Ulrich has talked about how difficult to recording a new METALLICA album. He also says it’s like a puzzle to record new materials.

He is one of the most known drummers worldwide with the co-founder of the METALLICA band. Lars Ulrich recently reveals his favorite songwriter of all time is Noel Gallagher. He also there are too many new materials for their fans. And says, “We’re looking forward to getting to it, lots of material to share with the world. We are trying to find any possible ways to connect with our fans and with the Metallica family.”

During an interview with Uncut Magazine, Lars Ulrich also reveals how difficult to make a new METALLICA album:

“I look at writing a Metallica record as like a puzzle; you have 200 pieces and you have to figure it out. You connect them. Here’s a riff. Here’s a section. Here’s a mood. Does he work with that guy over there?”

Lars Ulrich also added:

“It’s nothing but f****** options – you’re weighed down by possibilities, at which point you can get into romanticizing the past. Oh, how did we write ‘Ride the Lightning’ in two hours? Now it takes us two hours to find the studio…”

You can also order METALLICA‘s latest ‘S&M2’ album here.

1 comment
  1. Could just listen to some British metal and improve it while the bands that recorded it go nowhere and split up before the album’s released.

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