Recently, Metallica performed live show on March 25, 2017 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In front of this show, frontman James Hetfield spoke in an interview with Brazilian TV.

First, he expressed his feelings about performing live show in Brazil. He said:

“Well, of course. I’m just a human making art, and when other people take your art to their heart and you connect with them, there’s always an extra feeling of belonging, of home, of connection, of family. So Brazil is certainly one of Metallica’s most fanatical countries of them all, so, yeah, we love coming to play here every time.”

James also said that they had been playing music for 36 years and explained that how this is diffucult for other bands. He said:

“For us, we’re explorers, and we understand that a lot of bands don’t get a career like we’ve had — 36 years — and having a new album out that’s almost as important as the other albums. It’s a blessing; there’s no doubt about that. We do our best, and that’s all we can do. And at the end of the day, we’re writing and playing songs that we like to hear.”

You can watch entire interview by click here.

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