Music: Metallica Making Another Covers Album?

Metallica Making Another Covers Album?

Back in the late 90s, Metallica released “Garage Inc,” a compilation of cover songs. The tracklist featured rockin’ renditions of everyone from Black Sabbath to Lynyrd Skynyrd – including a No. 1 Billboard charting cover of “Turn The Page” by Bob Seger.

More than a decade later, could the band be working on a follow-up? Speaking to Kerrang!, drummer Lars Ulrich has hinted that they have another covers album in the works.

The magazine brought up a possible “Garage Inc. 2” as part of their fan-submitted questions feature. Ulrich’s response? Simply, “wait and see.”

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Radiohead Release Hacked Recordings

Radiohead latest release is “Minidiscs [Hacked].” No, that’s not the name of their new album – it’s a compilation of rough recordings from their “OK Computer” era.

The release is the band’s response to an online leak of the collection, which was stolen from frontman Thom Yorke. If you buy the massive, 18-hour collection on Radiohead’s Bandcamp page, proceeds go to the environmental organization Extinction Rebellion.

“Someone stole Thom’s minidisk archive and reportedly demanded $150,000 on threat of releasing it,” guitarist Jonny Greenwood explains on Instagram. “So instead of complaining, we’re releasing all 18 hours on Bandcamp. Just for the next 18 days, for [$23], you can find out if we should have paid that ransom.”


Korn's Brian "Head" Welch Shreds "Blind" With Governor Huckabee On Bass


RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE Drummer Denies Wife's Claim Their Marriage Ended Because Of JULIETTE LEWIS Affair

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The indie pop duo THE BIRD AND THE BEE are releasing an album of VAN HALEN covers in August. Here's their version of "Ain't Talking 'Bout Love"

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TOM DELONGE says the new ANGELS AND AIRWAVES album is his, quote, "vision for where I wanted BLINK-182 to go in the future."

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DR. JOHN recorded an album before his death. There's no word yet on a release date.

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The Rolling Stones Tour Is Sponsored By . . . a Retirement Planning Group? 

The ROLLING STONES' tour is being fully sponsored by a retirement-planning group. It's called Alliance for Lifetime Income, and it's a non-profit set up to boost awareness about retirement income options.

They'll have booths just outside the stadium, so they'll be trying to catch people before they've had a few adult beverages. Or even AFTER, I guess.

Since it's a non-profit, the cost of the deal was "far less" than a corporate brand deal, but organizers say the Stones were interested in supporting the cause.

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Stones will be in Houston on July 27

– NRG Stadium Houston, TX

. Get tickets Here

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