The official Facebook account of Metallica has posted a recent sound record and showed off what Metallica’s legendary frontman James Hetfield thinks about the charity movements of the iconic band.

As you might already know, Metallica is very well-known with their charity stuff and making good things for the needed people all over the world. The legendary band has founded the Metallica Scholars program to support community colleges to enhance their career and technical education.

Metallica Scholars program provides skills and services to students who are looking to enter a traditional trade or other applied learning program since 2019 and James Hetfield thinks that getting in to find the passion is quite important for all Metallica members.

Here is what James Hetfield said about Metallica Scholars program:

“All Within My Hands was formed out of a want and a need to help, to give back. There were some things that were somewhat obvious that we could all agree upon, like natural disasters or food — something like that.

But then beyond that, how do we get into education with the trades and skills? And getting in to find the passion was super important to us. And all of those people that don’t fit the Ivy League road to success, we want a place for them.”

He continued:

“We feel that our music is that place for the forgotten, the invisible kids, the misfit-type people that don’t think they fit in.

Being able to highlight and to love and to shine some heroism, some thank yous on to all of these trades and skills that are lifelong is pretty important for us.”

You can listen to the whole statements here and click here for the source.