According to Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich, nobody knows what the future holds for the music industry. He was interviewed by Chris Hayes‘s MSNBC present “All In” and talked about the music industry.

He says:

“I think you have to sort of accept that nobody really knows where it’s going, so there has to be a lot of impulsive kind of attitudes.

It’s like a train that’s moving, and you don’t quite know where it’s going, but you sort of try to steer it in the best way you can, realising that it may go in different places that you had no idea.”

He also talked about the new album “Hardwired… To Self-Destruct”:

“We’re just doing whatever we feel is right. There’s no particular way that it should be.”

You can watch the interview below.

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