Metallica Probably Won't Be Collaborating With Lady Gaga Again

April 10, 2017

Technical issues aside, Metallica's duet with pop singer Lady Gaga singing "Moth Into Flame" at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards was one of the highlights of the night. 

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Although the band has nothing put praise for Lady Gaga, drummer Lars Ulrich told chilean newspaper La Tercera that they probably won't be working with her again anytime soon. "I have no interest," said Ulrich. "But just being with her gave me a different energy, she goes beyond the limits, like us." Ulrich previously told Rolling Stone that Lady Gaga was the "quintessential perfect fifth member" of the band.

Ulrich went on to say, "We already started fast-forwarding to the next chapter when we can do more of this. it's not one of those '20 lawyers, stategists and managers trying to force two people from two different world to figure out how to spend four minutes together on a national telecast.' Of any of these undertakings, this is about as organix and authentic as there's ever been one. We're just getting started."

(source: Loudwire)