Metallica’s Lars Ulrich shares funny memories in Guitar Hero with band

Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich shares funny memories with a band while they are recording for the Guitar Hero game in 2009.

Almost 12 years ago, Metallica and Guitar Hero did a collaboration on this game. And, the game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision. On March 29th, 2009, and PlayStation 2, on April 14, 2009, and Australian & European releases in May 2009, the game was released in North America on PlayStation 3 and Wii, Xbox 360. In the second match in the Guitar Hero series, one rock band. After that, they also worked together with the Aerosmith band.

Guitar Hero World Tour also supports the lead and bass guitar, drumming, and vocals throughout the game. The game offers many of the same World Tour features, including single-player and band career modes, competitive modes online, and the ability to build and upload songs with “GHTunes.” Guitar Hero: Metallica offers the drums an expert+ difficulty that makes it possible for the drum to use a second bass drum pedal to complement Metallica‘s Lars Ulrich theme. In addition to the usual difficulties of the Guitar Hero World Tour.

Also, Lars Ulrich shared a post on his Instagram account and talked about funniest memories while they are working for the game:

“But one of the funniest things about being in a band is venturing into unknown territories together… And so we did back in ‘08 when we decided to throw ourselves out into the world of video games and more specifically partner up with Guitar Hero to create our own game. Over the next couple of years, there was a lot of prep work that went into this, including these unusual days spent “mo-capping“ and testing things. Good times indeed.

Guitar Hero: Metallica was released today 12 years ago in 2009. Did you ever try it or check it out?”

You can check out the photos below! And you can order the game here.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CNA7bR7Huhk

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