Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich has revealed an unseen photos of himself and other ‘tallica band members on Instagram.

He also shared a long letter to celebrate the 3th anniversary of the remastered editions of Kill ‘Em All and Ride The Lightning.

Here is his letter:

“Three years ago today we celebrated the release of the remastered editions of Kill ‘Em All and Ride The Lightning that happened to coincide with Record Store Day by playing a super cool and unique gig at @RasputinMusic in Berkeley, California.

The shenanigans started in the afternoon at the legendary record store on Telegraph Avenue, where I used to hang out wayback in the day, with a set that was comprised only of Kill and Ride songs in a very loose, fun setting, playing on a makeshift stage in the middle of the floor with a couple hundred friends hovering around us.

Afterwards, we rolled a few miles down the road to El Cerrito and the old Metallimansion, where we had a get together with family and lots of friends that had traveled in from near and far, most of them closely associated with those two records, including our first manager Johnny Z and his wife Marsha, who we hadn’t seen in forever.

It was incredible and surreal to be back in the old haunts where James and I lived from ’83 to ’86, and where we wrote Ride the Lightning and Master of Puppets… check out the picture from the living room and notice that there’s a couch in the exact same place as the picture on the inner sleeve of the Puppets album… some things never change!

All in all, a crazy cool day and a coupla next level events to celebrate the reissue of these records and allow ourselves the occasional walk down memory lane.”

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Three years ago today we celebrated the release of the remastered editions of Kill ‘Em All and Ride The Lightning that happened to coincide with Record Store Day by playing a super cool and unique gig at @RasputinMusic in Berkeley, California. The shenanigans started in the afternoon at the legendary record store on Telegraph Avenue, where I used to hang out wayback in the day, with a set that was comprised only of Kill and Ride songs in a very loose, fun setting, playing on a makeshift stage in the middle of the floor with a couple hundred friends hovering around us. Afterwards, we rolled a few miles down the road to El Cerrito and the old Metallimansion, where we had a get together with family and lots of friends that had traveled in from near and far, most of them closely associated with those two records, including our first manager Johnny Z and his wife Marsha, who we hadn’t seen in forever. It was incredible and surreal to be back in the old haunts where James and I lived from ’83 to ’86, and where we wrote Ride the Lightning and Master of Puppets… check out the picture from the living room and notice that there’s a couch in the exact same place as the picture on the inner sleeve of the Puppets album… some things never change! All in all, a crazy cool day and a coupla next level events to celebrate the reissue of these records and allow ourselves the occasional walk down memory lane. #wanna

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