Metallica’s tenth studio album “Hardwired…To Self-Destruct”, is scheduled for a November 18 release via Blackened Recordings. Album was produced by Greg Fidelman with frontman James Hetfield and drummer Lars Ulrich.
Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo talked about the new album, where recently interview with the #PunkRockPolitics. He says, Metallica’s music is theraputic. Here is the whole speech about mention it (transcriped by Blabbermouth):
“The thing that’s so exciting for me is I feel, for me, that my launchpad with Metallica was actually [2008’s] ‘Death Magnetic’; that was a collaborative experience for me with Lars [Ulrich; drums] and James [Hetfield; guitar, vocals]. And then you get into the second phase of the journey, and it’s got elements of that, but then it’s kind of got other elements too, where it is thrash, it is in your face. Maybe the dynamics are a little different than a song like ‘That Day That Never Comes’, which is a great song too, but it’s a different experience. The signature’s always gonna be there. And I know — fans will always have an opinion, and they’re always sort of gonna be, like, ‘But I want…’, ‘I want this’ or ‘I want that,’ or ‘Metallica sucks now.’ You get that all the time. ‘Metallica used to be good.’ You can’t win ’em all. But the whole thing that I find great about this band is we take chances. We like to challenge ourselves. We’re doing the best we can, and to hopefully still have revelant music in this day and age. And also, it’s fitting with the times, you know what I mean? There’s a lot of confusion out there; a lot of people are losing it, to a certain degree. So I think this is appropriate; it’s therapeutic music.”
You can listen the whole interview below.