On Twitter recently, original Metallica bassist Ron McGovney answered a fan who asked if we will see James Hetfield, legendary frontman for the metal group again.
Last month, Metallica announced that several tour dates had been canceled so that Hetfield could re-enter a rehab program so he can work on his “addiction struggles”. This Metallica member was spotted drunk at Disneyland.
McGovney, who played bass in the band from October 1981 to December 1982 had no doubt that we will James Hetfield again as he was right to the point and blunt with his answer, tweeting back: “Yes.”
In other news revolving Metallica. Metallica member Kirk Hammett recently had a conversation with St. Vincent’s Annie Clark for a feature in Rolling Stone. Here, Metallica’s lead guitarist describes how some of his ideas get rejected by the group.
Hammett proclaims: “It’s crazy because I’m so curious about music in general. I can play a lot of different stuff. I’ll play some jazz, bossa nova, blues, gypsy jazz, fucking Eastern European ballads. I play all that stuff. But no one knows I can play this stuff. It’s so crazy. “I’m always trying to sneak in jazz voicings and chords, little techniques here and there in Metallica.”[My material gets rejected] All the time. And I’m like, ‘Fucking hell, it’s just a slide. All right, whatever tone police. But you need tone police. The tone is super important.”