Metallica Little Girl Drummer

Metallica Recruits Little Girl To Play The Drums At Detroit Show

Metallica‘s Lars Ulrich better watch his back: he’s got some competition when it comes to percussion!

The drummer brought up a young girl named Kendalynn out of the audience and placed her behind his kit. Ulrich gave her some cues as to what to do while singer James Hetfield pumped the crowd up.

Hetfield seemed a disappointment her contributions were cut short–when Kendalynn resumed her spot in the crowd, he quipped: “Aw, is that all?”

Watch the video below:


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Megadeth Hint At Special Update of Debut Album

Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine recently hinted that the band have something special lined-up for a possible new edition of their 1985 debut Killing Is My Business… And Business Is Good!.

Mustaine recently undertook a Q&A session on Twitter, during which he first told a fan: “We have plans for something with Killing Is My Business… coming up I’m sure you will like.”

In response, another fan chimed in with: “I imagine a re-recording with [guitarist] Kiko [Loureiro] and [drummer] Dirk [Verbeuren]… Am I wrong?” Mustaine initially replied to this query with “Well, yes” but then said, “No.”

Megadeth’s debut album, released in June 1985, Killing Is My Business… was originally issued by New York City-based Combat Records, known for releasing vinyl by hardcore punk acts such as Circle Jerks and Agnostic Front. Though made on a low budget, the record was critically acclaimed and has since been cited for its role in establishing thrash metal as an authentic subgenre of heavy metal. However, the band were never entirely satisfied and this is not the first time Mustaine has raised the possibility of the band re-recording the album. Back in November 2015, he was asked whether persistent rumours of Megadeth preparing a reissue of Killing Is My Business… were true.


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Metallica In 20 Songs

Thrash metal legends Metallica are still going strong 36 years after first joining forces.

The band’s penchant for fast tempos, aggression, and pounding forces made them a pioneer of the genre, considered one of the “big four” along with Anthrax, Megadeth and Slayer.

Having sold 110 million units sold around the globe, Metallica continues to be a prominent force in the rock and metal genres.

Here are 20 of the most essential Metallica songs:

20. “Sad But True”

19. “Hardwired”


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Van Halen Jumps For Joy With First #1!

Van Halen soared to new heights when the band’s infectious 1984 single, “Jump”, reached the pinnacle in the United States!

33 years ago this week, the instantly-recognizable song became Van Halen’s first (and only song) to reach the pinnacle on the Billboard Hot 100, replacing “Karma Chameleon” by Culture Club.

Van Halen perform “Jump” on the Ellen DeGeneres show, 2015

You might not know the iconic synth melody was inspired by Hall & Oates:

“[Eddie] Van Halen told me that he copied the synth part from ‘Kiss on My List’ and used it in ‘Jump.’ I don’t have a problem with that at all,” said Daryl Hall.


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