Metallica Icon Drops Lars Ulrich ‘Replacement’ Bombshell

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One time Metallica bassist Ron McGovney recently took to social media via Twitter to respond to a Metallica fan account to offer some history of the band and the step-by-step evolution of James Hetfield that got him to become the lead singer of Metallica, citing Lars Ulrich as a major factor. Metallica icon makes James Hetfield ‘sell out’ accusation.

McGovney said: “James was in a band called Obsession. Then he was in a band called Syrinx. Then he met Lars. Then he was in a band called Leather Charm… without Lars. Then there was Metallica.”

Metallica icon leaks horrible James Hetfield ‘relapse’ photo. In other news regarding Metallica, fans recently took to social media to reflect upon the ever-popular documentary of the band ‘Some Kind of Monster’. One fan stated: ” This is a great documentary whether you are a fan of Metallica or not. You may love documentaries by itself as a whole. First of all let me start off by saying learning about a band’s history is one of my favorite things to read or watch about. It doesn’t even have to be an artist. It could be an actor or someone in sports entertainment. This documentary talks about how they got started, who was originally in the band, and why they are still successful to this day. There is nothing that I don’t like about this film. The only thing I can say about this film is if you want it, buy it. If not, don’t buy it. Plain and simple.”

Metallica confirm James Hetfield ‘hiatus’ after rehab. While another fan put: ” I saw this movie twice before from DVD’s I borrowed and I just had to own it. I’ve told people about it and wanted to show it to friends. And I want to see it again and again! It is so very honest. I was a bit surprised that Metallica let it come out. It doesn’t always show them in the best light. It shows their emotions and passion and their very dynamic, creative personalities. Even if you don’t like their music, you will enjoy this inside look into the lives of one of the most famous bands in the world.”