Lars Ulrich Wife Gets Wet In Metallica Pool Photo


Metallica member Lars Ulrich‘s wife, Jessica Miller took to social media via Instagram to reveal these sultry photos in recent photographs posted by the rockin’ significant other. One where she is poolside and the other where she is underneath a waterfall, enjoying and loving mother nature. You can look at the sexy shoot below. Lars Ulrich’s wife bends over at beach in Metallica photo.

In other news revolving Lars Ulrich and Metallica, fans recently took to social media to discuss the impactful legacy of the band’s classic self-titled album. One fan said: “I actually just bought this a few days ago, deciding to give it another chance. I have been on a Metallica kick recently. I saw them on this album tour 18 yrs ago and have been a fan since the very early days. I still have the No Life to Leather demo, so I go back a long time. Maybe age has softened me. When this came out in ’91 I hated it with a passion.”

A Metallica icon revealed an ‘overweight’ Lars Ulrich photo recently.  The fan continued: “I was so entrenched in death metal (still am) and thrash that this release felt like a betrayal for being such a loyal fan, The band gave up their thrash roots and were influenced by Bob Rock way too much. Well if the band wanted to still put out a thrash album they could have at that point. It was not like Bob Rock was pointing a gun to the members’ heads, the band was just way too easily influenced with him at the helm. It’s a shame. A bunch of these songs I still feel would have been better if they were thrashed and speeded up.”

The fan concluded: “Anyway, enter a more mellow band. The band experimented with simpler song structures with pretty massive production. I do like the production on this and the guitar sound is amazing. Songs are super catchy, Enter Sandman, the amazing sad but true-killer riff, The Unforgiven, Struggle Within, Nothing Else Matters all catchy numbers. The band quickly made millions of new fans with this release and enter sandman started to get played at baseball and football games across the world. I have opened up over the years more, and feel this is a great record. I don’t think it holds a candle to their first four releases or death magnetic, but I do feel that it’s a great heavy record in its own right.” Lars Ulrich was caught sitting on the lap of a female Metallica fan in a photo.