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HeTill Offline

Admin, Inc.

Beiträge: 7.698

06.07.2007 10:13
#691 RE: RE: antworten

According to British newspaper The Times, METALLICA frontman James Hetfield was temporarily detained by security officials at a British airport. Hetfield jetted into Luton airport ahead of Saturday's (July 7) Live Earth London gig — where his band is performing — but was stopped by officials before he could leave the terminal. The Times claims Hetfield's friends blame his "Taliban-like beard" for the interrogation.

METALLICA will join the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, FOO FIGHTERS and others at London's Live Earth concert on July 7 before headlining Wembley Stadium on July 8.

hahaha


And the blood gave life
To the branches of the tree
And the blood was the price
That set the captives free
And the numbers that came
Through the fire and the flood Clung to the tree
And were redeemed by the blood

Saber Rider Offline

Godfather of Metal


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06.07.2007 18:10
#692 RE: RE: antworten

WTF, die Leutz in England drehen zZ nur noch am Rad.


"To the people that dwell and drown themselves in negative elements (locally and beyond), you will go down alone... you know who you are and what you are. Worry about your own life, then you will know what it is like to live, rather than merely exist."

CunningStunts ( Gast )
Beiträge: 2.255

07.07.2007 13:34
#693 RE: RE: antworten

alter schwede ... mehr fällt mir dazu nicht ein. bescheuert.




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The.one.horseman Offline

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12.07.2007 09:35
#694 RE: RE: antworten

Vor einer Woche berichtete The Times, dass James Hetfield am Lutton Airport in England wegen seines "Taliban-mässigen Bartes" von den Sicherheitskräften kurzzeitig festgehalten und vernommen wurde.

Ein Repräsentant Metallicas hat nun gegenüber USmagazine.com dementiert, dass das wirklich passiert wäre.

Der namentlich unbekannte Repräsentant:

"Das ist falsch. Das stimmt nicht"

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Saber Rider Offline

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12.07.2007 14:24
#695 RE: RE: antworten

^
*lol* Meine Güte, das is jetz wirklich nicht wert, dass irgendwelche Leute aus der Mücke nen Elefanten machen.


"To the people that dwell and drown themselves in negative elements (locally and beyond), you will go down alone... you know who you are and what you are. Worry about your own life, then you will know what it is like to live, rather than merely exist."

mig Offline

Veritas † Aequitas


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21.07.2007 14:32
#696 RE: RE: antworten

Jetzt auch nochmal von offizieller Seite:

MESSAGE FROM JAMES
7/20/2007

In the last few weeks there have been a lot of rumors flying around saying that I was detained by airport security in London while on tour in Europe. I'm here to tell you that it never happened . . . pure fabrication! The story is simply that there is no story . . . it's scary how gullible and easily fooled the press is!

With that said, we had a blast out there on the "Sick of the Studio" tour and big thanks to everyone who came out to the shows and to the crew who made it happen. Now back to the studio . . .


Quelle: http://www.metallica.com



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Kirk Hamster Offline

The Prince/Princess


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22.07.2007 22:54
#697 RE: RE: antworten

METALLICA's JAMES HETFIELD: SLAYER's KERRY KING Is 'Afraid' Of Getting Old - July 22, 2007
Greece's metal TV show "TV War", which airs on MAD TV, recently conducted an interview with METALLICA frontman James Hetfield. Watch the interview in two parts: Part#1, Part#2. A transcript of the chat follows:

On why the setlist for the "Sick of the Studio '07" tour consisted mostly of pre-1991 material and not any newer songs:

Hetfield: "Well, it's tough when you're doing festivals and also you have a lot of material. You wanna do something new, you wanna do something different, you wanna do the ones that people identify with. And a lot of times… you know, we haven't done some of these festivals in years. But we did the festival circuit last yer also. So we're hitting some of the festivals we've done… Every night is different. Sometimes that's fun, sometimes it's… for me, introducing the wrong song or something, or starting a wrong one…. But as far as the stuff on 'St. Anger' goes, I guess we have so much time, and they don't make the list — that's all. But we also don't wanna be one of those bands that are just playing the favorites. You wanna put some in there, so… We have been playing a song like 'Ride the Lightning', '…And Justice for All', 'Whiplash', 'The Four Horsemen'… you know, some songs that we haven't played in festivals in a long time."

On playing the "Live Earth" concert and whether musicians should get involved in politics:

Hetfield: "Fuck politics! I mean, I can't stand it. It drives me crazy. And there's politics within music; the business side a lot of times really, really bothers me. I like playing music. We were asked to play, and I said, 'OK. I wanna play. There's a lot of people that are gonna be watching that show.' . . . I don't like talking politics. METALLICA is about music from us, music for the ears of our fans. Really, that's what it's about. I don't like playing for any cause. I had to get a little more talked into playing this show. I don't like any strings attached to things. I wanna play because I like to play."

On how things are different in the recording studio now compared to how it was for 2003's "St. Anger":

Hetfield: "A lot of growing up happened on 'St. Anger'. We went from hating each other, not talking, to, 'Ah, I love you,' hugging — you know, from one extreme to the other — and both of them were just a little bit crazy, so we're somewhere in the middle now where most people live, maybe. [Laughs] I don't know… We're feeling better about it. And all the therapy and the work we did for 'St. Anger' is really for this record, because now we don't have Phil Towle, the therapist, with us; we don't have Bob Rock babysitting us a lot — that's not his only job, of course — but a different producer. And we're trying to take more responsibility for ourselves and grow up through the process."

On the "Some Kind of Monster" movie and SLAYER guitarist Kerry King's explanation that he didn't want to watch the film because that he didn't want to "see these fragile fucking old men that can't have a cocktail anymore":

Hetfield: "That's probably what they saw, and that makes a lot of sense — that's what they're afraid of… they don't want to get old and… Everyone gets old, everyone goes through things. It happened that we went through that on film. And we're not afraid to show ourselves to anyone at any time. That is pure freedom right there. Putting that movie out was more for us, I would say. I'm not interested in showing everyone my dirty laundry, but that was part of human nature. It wasn't to shock anyone, it wasn't to make money, it wasn't to… there was no ulterior motive to that except showing what we went through at that time."

On various descriptions that have been used to describe METALLICA's upcoming album, including that it sounds like a cross between "Master of Puppets" and the "black" album and that it contains Middle Eastern influences:

Hetfield: "I think there always is, as far as scales go — minor scales — there's been that type of stuff since 'Fight Fire with Fire'. Robert [Trujillo, bass] just yesterday said, 'Hey, that solo section in 'Fight Fire with Fire', it sounds Greek to me.' It sounds like Greek music, maybe."

On why "Master of Puppets" is regarded as such a classic album and other bands' aspirations to make their own "Master of Puppets":

Hetfield: "I think it's more of a landmark. I think when a band says, 'We want to record our 'Master of Puppets',' that's more of a landmark… I think it was a bit of a peak in the band with Cliff Burton, just like the 'black' album was, I think, a peak with Jason [Newsted], and maybe we'll peak with Robert somewhere. But 'Master of Puppets'? Who knows? Who knows why? Just a bunch of good songs at the right time. That happened, you know?! There was no extra thought put in it — we were just doing what we were supposed to do, and that's play our best music. We were just thinking about that the other day. We were driving in England and looking in all the bushes between the estates, you know, and saying, 'Oh, that's a hedgerow.' And then we started singing, 'There's a bustle in your hedgerow' — the lyric from 'Stairway to Heaven' [by LED ZEPPELIN] — and [we were like] 'What is that?' The most popular song in the history of rock has some gibberish lyrics. It's just magic somehow."

On what makes producer Rick Rubin (SLIPKNOT, AUDIOSLAVE, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, SYSTEM OF A DOWN) so special and why METALLICA picked him to work on the new album:

Hetfield: "It's not luck that these albums that he does [that] they sound good and they hit the mark. Bob Rock… god bless Bob Rock. We learned so much from him. But at a point we were too enmeshed together, and I think we needed to just separate for awhile. And working with someone new — someone who we might be able to respect... It's tough when you're at the top of your game and you've done it all. You need someone to show you things, and hopefully he's gonna show us some things we don't know."

On some of the off-the-wall and outlandish things that people have done as a result of their love for METALLICA — such as the Swedish couple that named its daughter "Metallica", the book "Metallica and Philosophy" written by a college professor, and the death of a Canadian fan following an argument over METALLICA:

Hetfield: "We are four very grateful and lucky kids that play music. . . I don't know what to say. We're just doing what gift we have, and their gift may be writing a book. Naming your kid METALLICA… I don't know about that. Maybe my dog or something, but your child? Hey, if they love it so much, why not? People getting married to METALLICA songs… Hopefully it's not just a trendy thing, [and] it really moves you. And everyone in life just wants to be moved and feel like they're a part of something, or feel alive, and METALLICA music does that for me, and I'm grateful that it does it for a lot of other people."



“You don’t burn out from going too fast. You burn out from going too slow and getting bored.” - Cliff Burton

The.one.horseman Offline

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25.03.2008 02:02
#698 RE: RE: antworten

mittlerweile wieder ohne terroristenbart ;-)

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mig Offline

Veritas † Aequitas


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25.03.2008 02:07
#699 RE: RE: antworten

Die weißen Koteletten lassen ihn ganz schön alt wirken.



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CunningStunts ( Gast )
Beiträge: 2.255

25.03.2008 18:35
#700 RE: RE: antworten

liegt vielleicht daran dass...
1. er alt ist und
2. so ein leben nicht spurlos an einem vorbeigeht




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Saber Rider Offline

Godfather of Metal


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26.03.2008 15:28
#701 RE: RE: antworten

Ich weiß nicht was ihr habt, aber ich finde er sieht frischer aus denn je.


"To the people that dwell and drown themselves in negative elements (locally and beyond), you will go down alone... you know who you are and what you are. Worry about your own life, then you will know what it is like to live, rather than merely exist."

CrypticWolf Offline

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26.03.2008 19:49
#702 RE: RE: antworten

jo, find auch, dass er eigtl recht gut in schuss aussieht!



Mir in Bayern brauchen keine Opposition, weil mir san schon demokraten (Gerhard Polt))

keep creeping & banging

Kirk Hamster Offline

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14.04.2008 00:48
#703 RE: RE: antworten



James beim Baden auf Hawaii .



“You don’t burn out from going too fast. You burn out from going too slow and getting bored.” - Cliff Burton

CrypticWolf Offline

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14.04.2008 01:28
#704 RE: RE: antworten

jaja, der zahn der zeit! das sah er auf dem bild ohne bart noch "jünger" aus!



Mir in Bayern brauchen keine Opposition, weil mir san schon demokraten (Gerhard Polt))

keep creeping & banging

Saber Rider Offline

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14.04.2008 12:42
#705 RE: RE: antworten

Schaut immer noch besser aus als ein Jack Nicholson.


"To the people that dwell and drown themselves in negative elements (locally and beyond), you will go down alone... you know who you are and what you are. Worry about your own life, then you will know what it is like to live, rather than merely exist."

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