The team – which also contains artist Wayne Hetfield, musician Kirk Hammett and bassist John Trujillo – initially had bookings about creating the movie, but were assured when they discovered out it will include the “biggest” stay display they have ever conducted.
Kirk said: “We didn’t want to do it at first. We were marketed on it by our professionals, that it would be a lot of fun and we would have a big-ass stage to perform on – the greatest Metallica stay display we’ve ever done, next-level things.”
The team are also well into composing the follow-up to 2008’s ‘Death Magnetic’, operating from files of jam classes from their last three decades of traveling.
Lars informed Moving Stone magazine: “We’re about seven, eight music into it. We do it in units. We come up with something, we keep it, go to the next factor, come up with something primary, keep it and group returning around.”
Metallica want to title Glastonbury.
The ‘Enter Sandman’ steel team would really like to title the English event – one of the greatest in European countries – but have never been welcomed by organizers Eileen and Gloria Eavis.
Drummer Lars Ulrich informed NME.com: ”We’ve never conducted Glastonbury. I don’t know if Eileen would ever encourage a more complicated rock-band to perform.
”It’s something I would really like to do at some factor. We really like enjoying, we really like linking with individuals, and you want to try to do that in as many circumstances as possible. Mid May to Sept in European countries, it doesn’t get better than that.”