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Metallica: ...And Justice for All Interview with David Fricke

Renowned journalist David Fricke joined us in Pittsburgh, PA for a lengthy chat about "...And Justice for All." Our very first feature in Rolling Stone was penned by David and we get into the origins of the nine tracks and cover the making of the first video of our career, “One.” Director Michael Salomon flew in from Seattle to reunite with us for the first time in nearly 30 years to discuss how “One” came together from the concept to final production.

Tune in to your local radio station as the interview will air locally as well. Visit Metallica.com for a list of radio stations.

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metfan4l 02 ноября 2018 года в 16:23 625
You know what I hate about long interviews like these? Nothing. More stuff like this, please! :D
Zafran Zakwan 20 января 2019 года в 20:25
Roock cool bro
Will Wills 10 января 2019 года в 11:12
metfan4l itchy rob spells heroin
Jii Laa 27 декабря 2018 года в 00:04
Funny to hear a lot of truths, that I've always thought about the album. Weird.
gerson isai vasquez sanic 14 декабря 2018 года в 11:21
0 j
Rubaida Allen 11 декабря 2018 года в 06:34
metfan4l
Yes. I just love listening to the history of the band. More long interviews.
JonManProductions 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:36 665
"wait till the black album one..." Oh boy Lars, no words truer have been spoken.
Jesse Medina 18 декабря 2018 года в 23:48
JonManProductions looking forward to the black album remastered 🐍
Lennart Lundevall 10 декабря 2018 года в 23:09
Metallicka : wisky inthe jar
Lennart Lundevall 10 декабря 2018 года в 23:04
Wisky in the jar metallicks
SeanÓg 02 декабря 2018 года в 19:15
That will be the last one worth buying imo
Azman Mobamad 17 ноября 2018 года в 17:24
+blackmoreOrion 🇺🇸
mrottomaddox 02 ноября 2018 года в 12:57 224
Smoke some more pot Kirk.
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 00:00
Deluxe Memory Man - Guitar players are generally shy it seems. I am. Buckethead certainly is!
MrC1utch337 12 декабря 2018 года в 19:04
D L I live in Nashville! Which shop and when?
ESP87 05 декабря 2018 года в 11:37
pot?, more like acid.
Deluxe Memory Man 05 декабря 2018 года в 06:37
+joe boomer That is correct. My bad.
joe boomer 03 декабря 2018 года в 19:51
+Deluxe Memory Man their*
Christopher Tyler 03 ноября 2018 года в 08:33 218
Jason should of been there. No disrespect to Rob, but he’s just a fan sitting there on this. Ironic that 30 years later, the band still leave Jason out of Justice...
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 00:04
I believe Jason is glad to be out of the band! I think he’s done with them and has moved on. He will discuss his time in the band interviews. That’s what he’s known for and can’t escape it. But I don’t think he misses Metallica. Just what I believe.
Spidey Boi97 05 января 2019 года в 17:49
Well, its not justice then
Mr E 16 декабря 2018 года в 09:35
u know whats ironic? Fanboys still cry about Jason, or even further back Cliff. u always have a group hating everything after cliff''s death, and the same goes for when jason left. Thats the definition of a fanboy, shooting down everything that they made after their idol left. u are not a metallica fan, u are just a fanboy for a certain period or person
Deminus 13 декабря 2018 года в 00:22
You guys need to stop saying Jason this and Jason that...he left Metallica ages ago dude...
Alan Lloyd 05 декабря 2018 года в 04:15
Sorry, he ain't in the band. He don't need to be there
Wojtek Cymerys 02 ноября 2018 года в 10:39 377
Correct me if I'm wrong, but Kirk isn't over what happened on that album and the cameraman certainly picks up on that. Kirk was the closest to Jason just like he was with Cliff, and it shows when Lars speaks of himself and James being the gatekeepers (the shot pans to Kirk's face) Kirk at that moment begins to boil up the explanation for what Jason felt and he ended up doing live. I love Rob and the fact he brings back the fingered bass like Cliff, but to me Metallica as the 'machine', as this larger than life crushing force was very much because of Jason and his piercing presence on stage. Everyone always speaks of his ungrateful task in filling Cliff's shoes, but what they seem to forget is the massive military boots he walked in wearing. I envy anyone who has seen them live between '88 and '99, but I have no doubt that Rob is another successful part of the Metallica journey and I am really glad these guys are in the place they are! Big fan.
Mr. 3PAC 19 января 2019 года в 22:40
Timestamp?
Chicago Guy 18 января 2019 года в 06:13
Dang brother I feel ur passion and I'm 40 yrs old and I wish I saw more of them wen they were the shit, I did c them once in late 90's but was young and not soeber so I didn't really like realize how awesome it was and I took Tallica for granted. Now I cherish everything they do like this awesome video! I think their doing good and if uve watched two yrs ago James interviewed by Joe Roggen ull know wut I mean. Also with Jason they said he was to much a fan. Wuts wrong with being a fan? Hello everybody who's was not in the band was a fan! Jason might of come along but he's was good and they forsake him. Sacrificial lamb for their loss of Cliff and now yrs later look at them, back to being hard! O well better late then never. Stay metal, peace.
M S 28 декабря 2018 года в 04:37
I first saw Metallica at the Monsters of Rock tour they did when they absolutely murdered the rest of the bands that played with them on that tour. Saw them twice on the Justice tour, and I've seen them at least once for almost every tour since then. I last saw them in Nashville on their last tour when Lemmy from Motorhead came out and played. I like Rob as a musician, but he will never be able to replace what Jason brought. The band live simply isn't the same for various reasons. After Cliff there was Jason, and while Rob is there, there's no after Jason at all.
Rob Mitchell 11 ноября 2018 года в 20:53
+Matt Montgomery totally agree. Saw them 4 times in that period and Jason was my favourite member. Massive stage presence and seemed a nice bloke. Rob Trujillo is a great player but he always seems like a session player, I don't see him as being Metallica .....j
D C 10 ноября 2018 года в 14:42
Awesome post! I seen them in 1994. Suicidal Tendencies and Danzig opened up. Ironically Rob was in ST. The original lineup of Danzig played. Phenomenal concert!!
Darth SnewSnew 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:46 636
Whoooaaaaa Jason wrote the main riff in “Blackened”?!? Wow. Mad respect
J.J. 31 декабря 2018 года в 01:46
I mean it's pretty obvious as without James's vocals it doesn't sound like a Metallica song at all.
Dhruv Kotecha 10 декабря 2018 года в 01:56
Hetfield really didn't write metallicas best riffs. Kirk, Jason, Cliff and Dave shared that job.
ESP87 05 декабря 2018 года в 11:47
Jason also came up with the intro to Blackened, which is in reverse, he thought it sounded cool, which it does.
MrDugfresh420 04 декабря 2018 года в 03:18
'94 Cincinnati show
Knasterreal1 28 ноября 2018 года в 11:32
Jason wrote lots of stuff
nick soto 02 ноября 2018 года в 05:02 121
James looks like the cowardly lion from the wizard of oz
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 00:08
All he needs is Robert Plant hair for the full Cowardly Lion effect!
Penny Lane 22 ноября 2018 года в 09:58
and...Ive also always wondered if frayed ends beginning is inspired by The Wizard Oz castle guards?
Penny Lane 22 ноября 2018 года в 09:54
hahaha! Ive always said that....I saw a clip recently where he was on the tour bus and said with animation " Put em up Put em up" in lion tone!
Michael R. 03 ноября 2018 года в 21:27
He actually does. hehe. It is funny and oddly, kind of cute hehe
David C 03 ноября 2018 года в 06:21
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yV4W4ZSJAww
Michał Lewandowski 02 ноября 2018 года в 18:32 143
*Jason left the chat*
Big 'Ol Dingus 29 декабря 2018 года в 03:18
+Phil Michaels EEEEUUUUGGG
Pyro Maniac 12 декабря 2018 года в 23:23
😂😂😂i just laughed so hard at this.
Phil Michaels 07 декабря 2018 года в 12:42
HE FOCKING LEFT THE CHAT!
poop head 06 ноября 2018 года в 13:35
Jason left the chat 17 years ago
TyDie85 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:38 435
Personally, '... And Justice for All' is my favorite album!
Wilfred balmores 08 января 2019 года в 04:05
It is an underrated gem
Alper Memioglu 19 декабря 2018 года в 18:37
Same here!
Devin Streetz 18 декабря 2018 года в 19:11
1. Ride The Lightning
2. ...And Justice For All
3. Master Of Puppets
4. Death Magnetic
5. Kill 'Em All
6. Hardwired...To Self-Destruct
7. The Black Album
8. ReLoad
9. Load
10. St. Anger
Perkele 25 ноября 2018 года в 08:53
Definetly one of The top 4
Jason Knox 24 ноября 2018 года в 18:31
Same here. Justice is my favorite aswell.. the Black album was the beginning of the decline for me. I can appreciate it for what it is and what metallica was doing. I have no hate for them for going that way to be more commercial.. it's just for me, Justice was the best and last true metallica album in my mind..
serwus I bims 02 ноября 2018 года в 06:09 295
Beard level: cop with donuts
Big 'Ol Dingus 29 декабря 2018 года в 02:50
+Drachen panzer EXIT LIGHT, BROTHERRRRRR!!!!
Duper Super 05 декабря 2018 года в 02:42
*mustache
FREEDOM AND PIKEMEN 18 ноября 2018 года в 18:26
Drachen panzer Hulk Hogan actually auditioned for Metallica once, but he wasn’t accepted.
Chris M 08 ноября 2018 года в 05:38
To this day I've never actually seen a cop with a donut.
ermonski 07 ноября 2018 года в 13:54
more like Paul Teutul Sr
Trasher Maniac 02 ноября 2018 года в 23:55 169
Kirks solo's on Justice are absolutely kick ass.
Manny HBomb 12 декабря 2018 года в 13:03
+The Film Effect those triplets on the run up at end are perfect
chris da fagit 04 декабря 2018 года в 12:21
I disagree, some of the note choice is absolutely terrible. Sure he can play fast but like the first solo on blackened and one off to live is to die just showcase horrible note choice.
AudioBootlegs 27 ноября 2018 года в 22:36
It's interesting too, they were some of metallica's most melodically rich solos (I call them pocket symphonies) and they're mostly written by james ;) Listen to the demos for AJFA where it's only james and lars, and most of the melodic structure for the solos were already written. Kirk just provided speed and some of his quirks, no disrespect but James has a lot more of a melodic and versatile lead style, even if he's under practised (due to being a rhythm guitarist).
D C 10 ноября 2018 года в 14:56
+The Film Effect - Agree!
SuperStrik9 10 ноября 2018 года в 08:57
His best solos are on Justice.
Nick Hunter 02 ноября 2018 года в 13:45 131
The Black Album DOES NOT need a remaster. The production is perfect.
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 00:33
I actually don’t like the production of the Black album. I’m not talking about the mix. The mix is good.

The entire album sounds cut and paste all over the place. That’s what I mean. Sounds fake. Although I have very close ears like that. 99% of the population doesn’t hear what I hear. I didn’t hear it for many years but now I do.

Bob Rock wanted everything to be perfect. He’d get them to play various sections better or more perfect than the original take and punch it in. I feel he did this too much throughout the album! You’re not supposed to notice it.
Tyler Sudden II 25 декабря 2018 года в 03:35
+Fakename70 Yep. It was the opening of Dr. Feel good that got Rock the gig.
Perkele 29 ноября 2018 года в 13:36
+Ashter Fadgadget It was a joke
Ashter Fadgadget 29 ноября 2018 года в 13:23
+Perkele You don' t think saying "go cry to your mommy to buy and Justice for all cd and go listen to it in your room other than shitting your ignorant opinions on the internet. Bet you havent [sic] even heard Black album other than Sandman and nothing else matters" is disrespectful?

I would suggest you take a long, hard look at yourself and they way you try put your point across.
Perkele 28 ноября 2018 года в 15:14
+Ashter Fadgadget I wasnt showing any disrespect to your opinion, I was just making one thing clear: The Black album is NOT hard rock! Thats Everything I wanted to Make clear, DONE.
Sethrash 02 ноября 2018 года в 11:43 151
2:03 Rob: wtf am I doing here
PerfectMask1 13 декабря 2018 года в 20:22
I was thinking the same thing, he's in one of the best and biggest metal bands of all time and he's never played on a decent Metallica album.
Phant0mGetsuga993 29 ноября 2018 года в 05:12
Literally tho
coldsilence 28 ноября 2018 года в 13:14
+Knasterreal1 Yeah, thank you mighty fan for all these years of great music, you have a real gift there!
Knasterreal1 28 ноября 2018 года в 11:36
+coldsilence Dead wrong the fans made metallica....Metallica has been trying to bust the fans all along.
Rick Seely 14 ноября 2018 года в 15:45
+coldsilence All women know who they're marrying,that doesn't stop them from complaining,lol!
wreckerman 08 ноября 2018 года в 12:18 10
I always feel a certain amount of dread when Lars starts talking, cos you never know when he's going to stop..
Putimir Vladin 14 января 2019 года в 10:47
He is the Lars, I bet we have all grown to like the "ego" he brings to the table:p
He usually gets talking just after a chemistry class,
I am no stranger of going back to skuul as an adult,
I have seen how hard it is to the human psyche and the reactions are often way worse than the lars.
I dunno, I just love metallica for being Metallica whatever that means to people:)
megahurtz30 02 ноября 2018 года в 07:56 171
James looks like the guy from Orange County Choppers
Ivan Dovakhiin 10 ноября 2018 года в 22:58
I swear that was my first thought and then I scrolled down and found your comment :)
asre23455 10 ноября 2018 года в 10:01
James looks like James with a stache
jerryteacup 09 ноября 2018 года в 23:48
YES HE DOES! :D
Fil Solano 08 ноября 2018 года в 02:31
megahurtz30 James is a bigger dog my friend. James looks like no one. Some people look like James.
A B Cars N’ Guitars 06 ноября 2018 года в 17:33
Paul sr dead on lol
Daniel Asencio 03 ноября 2018 года в 01:53 49
On behalf of all Metallica fans, I want to give a big thank you to Robert for motivating the guys to play Frayed and Dyers, because it would be a travesty if they never played them at all.
Dave Fetch 13 ноября 2018 года в 02:31
My thoughts exactly. Confirms that he was the right dude for the job.
Angelo López 02 ноября 2018 года в 21:02 119
28:19 Kirk gets uncomfortable listening to Lars lying about the mixing. Just priceless!
Stanley Yelnats 13 ноября 2018 года в 23:59
Angelo López agreed
Angelo López 09 ноября 2018 года в 08:11
+AGS 15 Don't get me wrong. I love Lars cus he is Metallica, but I don't really think a producer or a mixer would do that. Just go listen to the Black Album. Bob Rock won't let them turn off the bass. The rough mixes sound massive with the bass. I know Lars hat to do with it.
Angelo López 09 ноября 2018 года в 08:04
+Jonny Ross A decent mixer just won't turn down bass for nothing. Listen to the rough mixes of the deluxe box. There is bass and something clearly happen during the final mix.
Like I said, is just an impression. Plus is not a secret that James and Lars had something against Jason. James said so in this interview without hesitation.
Chris M 08 ноября 2018 года в 05:41
Yeah I basically heard Lars asked to completely turn the bass down in the mixing process of Justice. Buying the deluxe set but man the remastered edition better give Jason his due.
AGS 15 08 ноября 2018 года в 01:57
Angelo López For All we know the other producer could have been lying about that other story. I’ll believe what Lars says since s straight from the horses mouth
Karen Champs 03 ноября 2018 года в 00:51 97
I think Kirk should talk more. When he does talk, it is almost as if he is afraid that someone( Lars or James ) will shut him down.
John Roscoe 02 декабря 2018 года в 07:38
+Fakename70 I feel that if cliff and Dave were in the band to this day James and lars would be the bitches guaranteed!
John Roscoe 02 декабря 2018 года в 07:36
+Jason Knox well said my words exactly for the past 30 yrs
Fakename70 24 ноября 2018 года в 20:08
Jason Knox
I also think that he’s a genuinely nice guy...to a fault, perhaps. Maybe he’s not found a way out of overcompensating with kindness from when he was the new guy in the band replacing Mustaine.
Jason Knox 24 ноября 2018 года в 18:34
As he should be.. that's why I believe Jason left or was asked to leave.. he couldn't be the yes man Kirk is.. metallica is James and Lars.. you either go along, or get away.. Kirk knows that..
Fakename70 23 ноября 2018 года в 00:06
Karen Champs
Reminds me of Ace Frehley stuck between the overbearing influence of Simmons and Stanley.
JackGamer ;D 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:43 162
Seattle 89 sounds amazing in the remaster
Putimir Vladin 14 января 2019 года в 10:38
Ohh?
That sounds like a great choice to re-master unlike "black"!
I'm gonna check it out now.
Well.. thanks, dude!
juanpax64 02 декабря 2018 года в 03:06
the only thing i would change of the seattle 89 remix is... made the kick drum more prominet, original mix have the defect of lack of bass, light guitars and damn loud crowd sound.
Louis Hoffman 26 ноября 2018 года в 21:22
It really does!!!
Victor Bastos 06 ноября 2018 года в 08:51
the original is by far the best metallica live concert ever....
JackGamer ;D 04 ноября 2018 года в 20:23
Someone have listened to eye of the beholder?? The james voice sucks
theLotusMACHINE? 02 ноября 2018 года в 08:03 51
I like the way he starts the interview by calling them all ugly.
AudioBootlegs 27 ноября 2018 года в 22:43
That was fucking hilarious hahaha and you can tell Kirk was like "tell me I'm pretty" hahahah
mollybaez 08 ноября 2018 года в 02:04 42
*Jason Newstead has requested to join the group chat*
Putimir Vladin 14 января 2019 года в 10:36
Genius!
the missing link 28 декабря 2018 года в 17:17
*Jason Newstead banned by administrator*
Knasterreal1 28 ноября 2018 года в 11:44
Jason is a great guy Lars and James are bullies with barely talent. Dave Mustaine and Kirk has talent though
Damien Alexander 21 ноября 2018 года в 17:10
+Leon James He didn't leave the band. James said, 'we can make other arrangements' and forced Jason's hand. Jason didn't leave because he wanted to. He was forced to stand up for what he believed in, and James did NOT believe in him or his side project.

That said, James has done plenty of side projects and Lurs didn't put the same shit on him. They've all probably done side projects.
Leon James 09 ноября 2018 года в 20:44
But he left the focking band!
Dan Maler 02 ноября 2018 года в 21:17 54
Why does Lars continually leave Kirk out of the conversation. It's always ME and JAMES decided this, or did this. It's as though Kirk did not exist at that time and still doesn't. Do they not have respect for him or faith in his abilities to write and compose and come up with ideas? Also, Kirk mostly just sits their looking sad, frustrated and left out of the conversation, when in reality, he should have been part of the entire process. I don't understand that. It borders on being disrespectful to him imo.
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 00:48
Cody Vandal - He did write it and the riff exists in an Exodus song. He “stole” his own riff when he joined Metallica!

For the purposes of Kill Em All Kirk was there to only solo, pretty much. They also told him to copy Dave’s solos. He did. Not note for note but closely followed and put his own spin on it.

Honestly, Kirk is better in Metallica than Dave and Dave is super great in Megadeth. Dave wrote some early Metallica songs though. He helped start their career and heavily influenced Kill Em All.
Cody Vandal 31 декабря 2018 года в 22:02
I know Kirk came up with the famous riff from Creeping Death when he was 15 years old.
John Roscoe 03 декабря 2018 года в 00:06
+Joseph Cebelinski who would you be thinkin? A Dave Lumbardo maybe?
Joseph Cebelinski 02 декабря 2018 года в 22:20
+John RoscoeI thnk it wuld have been better with more give and take. Dynamic tension can spur creativity and with Mustaine and Burton that would exist.

Hell they almost dumped lars in 86 anyway. Imagine james, dave, cliff and a top notch drummer !
John Roscoe 02 декабря 2018 года в 07:46
+Joseph Cebelinski Yes my friend I guarantee James and lars would be the yes men agree?
Nu-Tech Solutions 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:43 104
Lars "what's Megadeth doing" Ulrich
Big 'Ol Dingus 29 декабря 2018 года в 04:30
+D C and they did
Devin Streetz 16 декабря 2018 года в 21:56
Lars is a fan of Peace Sells, he really loves that record and he never admitted it until much much later on
D C 10 ноября 2018 года в 18:13
If he truly meant that then Metallica would have continued to kick ass after the Black album
D L 10 ноября 2018 года в 13:31
Poor Anthrax
..always left out.
Derek Gagnon 05 ноября 2018 года в 15:26
What's Slayer doing
Олег Баев 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:38 83
1. The band wrote this album with Jason. This means they relied on played with him and other band's members tracks have influence of his bass track.
2. For some reason they fu**ed up his bass while mastering
3. He wrote main riff of Blackened
So, Jason should be here. He was one of the original authors of AJFA album and he DESERVE to be here.
John Roscoe 02 декабря 2018 года в 08:17
When they did they're 30th anniversary Jason agreed to do it with the agreement to do 3 fastest songs and get the f*^k out
AGS 15 28 ноября 2018 года в 16:38
Knasterreal1 he’s in the band now and should be involved with everything they do, anyways I don’t know why you’re complaining, I found it interesting to hear his opinion on the album.
Knasterreal1 28 ноября 2018 года в 11:51
+noamshouseparty Jason got shafted from day one so stfu
Knasterreal1 28 ноября 2018 года в 11:49
+AGS 15 And Rob wasnt in the band back then so he should have stayed at home were he belong.
Rick Seely 08 ноября 2018 года в 15:10
He doesn't like them..at all.He doesn't want to be around them anymore,that's why he quit the fokking band.They're douchebags.(Except for Kirk)
SuperStrik9 10 ноября 2018 года в 09:01 14
Maybe James, Lars, or Kirk could sit in when Suicidal does this for Lights... Camera... Revolution!? ;-) j/k
wanik4 02 ноября 2018 года в 02:43 34
James looks puffy. Kirk looks skeletony. Rob looks great. Lars looks healthy.
Cody Vandal 16 января 2019 года в 00:59
CorporateTube its an obvious joke robotron. get your humor array checked out
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 00:58
Cody Vandal - Losing hair is a sign of poor health! 🙄
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 00:57
The most stupid YouTube comments I read about people over age 50 & 60 goes like this: “Omg! He looks old now! He must not take care of himself!”
Cody Vandal 31 декабря 2018 года в 22:06
if he took that hat off he wouldn’t look healthy
CoyoteJohn 11 декабря 2018 года в 17:38
Don't forget James got half his body burned.
Agoo Knight 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:32 84
No Bass No Jason No Justice!!!
Agoo Knight 08 ноября 2018 года в 08:59
+Chris M https://youtu.be/v3VW8iIKpJk
Chris M 08 ноября 2018 года в 05:46
Agoo Knight We demand justice for Jason! Remastered edition better have bass..
Agoo Knight 02 ноября 2018 года в 18:36
Discs of Justice painted green
Lars is talking
Power James beset their Door
Hear Him growling
 
Soon Jason will please their Appetite
They Devour!!!
 
The Bass of Justice is Barely Audible
UnderPower!!!
 
The Ultimate in Vanity!!!
Exploiting their Supremacy
I cant Believe this Live shows they say
I cant believe I cant BeLieve the Lies Metallica makes you Pay !!!
 
Nothing can save Jason
 
Chorus
The Bass sound is Lost, Jason is raped
Jason is Gone!!!
Pulling No Strings Bass Sound is Done
Seeking no Bass Drumming is all
Find it so grim so true so REAL!!!!
 
JASON NEWKID has been Raped Bass assassin
Rolls of Red tape seal his Lips
Now he’s done in
Their Money tips Lar’s drums again Make His Deal
Just what is Bass I cannot tell Cannot FEEEEEEL oohhhh Yeahhhh Yeahhhh
 🤘🤘

The ultimate in BASS-LESSNESS
Exploiting their Supremacy
I cant believe Kirk has nothing to say
I cant believe they hired Robert, for Newsted!!!
Nothing can save us
 
Back to Chorus👍
NewstedHead96 02 ноября 2018 года в 12:10
No bacon
Niall Colbeck 02 ноября 2018 года в 07:04
No bason
Jess doof 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:01 41
I love when Kirk talks lol
RodniDemental 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:08
+Agreed ;)
Thoth 02 ноября 2018 года в 17:14 22
Was hoping they'd ask Kirk about his process for writing solos, which solos stuck out to him, etc.
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 00:53
“Where do you get your ideas from?” Lol
Knasterreal1 28 ноября 2018 года в 11:48
Whats the point Lars would only butt in waving his large equipment and take over anyway
dominic stiegler 23 ноября 2018 года в 09:53
Thoth yeah me too ! Some of his best solos on that album
Glen Wertz 02 ноября 2018 года в 02:35 49
Jason should have been there
yo mo 28 ноября 2018 года в 23:37
+Glen Wertz but wasn't really on the album.
Rick Seely 08 ноября 2018 года в 15:06
He doesn't want to be...hence why he isn't.
Darrel Eddings 06 ноября 2018 года в 14:50
+Dave E He was driven out.
Glen Wertz 05 ноября 2018 года в 00:59
+Dave E He was there when they made the album
dan meme 04 ноября 2018 года в 06:46 16
Justice was the angriest and most real Metallica album. Kill em all was too influenced by their idols, then they started finding their own sound in subsequent albums especially master of puppets but the combo of realness and aggression hit its peak on justice.
(((Only_ZuuL)))) 27 ноября 2018 года в 03:20
+dan meme yeah but "anger" in the title tho...
dan meme 15 ноября 2018 года в 15:23
We can agree to disagree then. St anger just feels more like forced anger and Justice seems like genuine anger to me. Rock on man.
iplyrunescape305 15 ноября 2018 года в 13:57
It's angrier because when Jason left they felt like they lost a brother again, only they felt guilty for it, that makes it stronger.
iplyrunescape305 15 ноября 2018 года в 13:54
+dan meme No I get you but I think St.Anger is their angriest. I don't think it is because of the name. Nothing makes me want to beat something like St.Anger does. Justice is right up there, and I get it. But St.Anger is up there because of Jason leaving and James leaving rehab. There's a good energy of anger right there bro
dan meme 15 ноября 2018 года в 07:38
No St anger is not their angriest or most real, just because the title has anger in it doesn't make it angrier. Justice was right after their brother died, they were pissed off at the world. I can feel much more angst on Justice. St anger is underrated though. Everyone seems to think only the snare sound matters.
Darren Gunter 02 ноября 2018 года в 05:24 11
Born in 2001 and raised by my dad. Was 5 when I got his puppets record cassette and CD. He told me when I'm older I'll understand how important this band is. Now I'm 17 and this band is the most important to me and growing up with mainstream media and anarchy in certain places I've learned that the music they write connects with these certain topics. I got my ajfa record when I turned 10 and I learned that their songs connect to real life things. Happy 30 years to the justice album. Hope to hear them play ...And Justice For All at my show. Love you Metallica.
ios4ever 02 ноября 2018 года в 20:16 13
One of the the most powerful and legendary albums ever... Amazing riffs and the guitar tone is so fucking epic. Heaviest standard tuning songs ever...
(((Only_ZuuL)))) 27 ноября 2018 года в 03:23
it amazes me how heavy that album is for standard tuning.
Ryan Purpura 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:47 49
I love how Kirk name drops Dream•Theater.
Omkar Bharambe 19 ноября 2018 года в 07:37
+J "The Big Cheese" Nasty i would love to know what metallica thinks about DT, opeth, gojira...but i couldnt find it in any interviews or articles..just once article saying that kirk loved the new band gojira and they are one of the best new metal musicians out there.
Superfund Research 09 ноября 2018 года в 10:08
Except for one problem. DT didn't release their first album until a year after Justice came out.
poop head 06 ноября 2018 года в 13:23
They all know of dream theater. Lars was with mike portnoy on that metal show. Its not like their some obscure band
Sparks 05 ноября 2018 года в 04:06
+JP RC Thanks man <3
JP RC 05 ноября 2018 года в 04:05
Sparks starts at 17:03
RS Music 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:52 22
Why is Lars the only member who acts like Cliffs death didn't really affect him?
James clearly was affected, Kirk too, but man Lars always brushes it off.


Was there tension between them or something? I read they were considering replacing Lars before Cliff died, maybe it was Cliff who was pushing the idea to James and Kirk..
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 01:15
Hey, Dave P! If people saying Metallica thought about firing Lars makes you cry, then my first comment should put you in the hospital!
RS Music 17 декабря 2018 года в 05:17
+Petey James Exactly.
Petey James 24 ноября 2018 года в 20:30
It's because Cliff wanted him gone he didn't like his playing and the direction he wanted to take the band too they were going to kick Lars out even if they had to change band name
Truth Dog 15 ноября 2018 года в 12:45
Cliff may have been Metallica's blood sacrifice
Mike Enssle 05 ноября 2018 года в 01:24
+Dave E I get that vibe too. When interview with lars. When Cliff is talked about!
Ironnite12 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:44 23
Robert doesn’t have the great stage presence that Jason added into that band. They should of included him for his efforts in this reissue. The justice album is easily the most progressive metal album of the past 30 years and in my opinion certainly the most exciting period for Metallica fans who were in their late teens when it came out.
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 01:18
Jason is out of the band and I think he’s happy about that.
Vincent Medina 10 ноября 2018 года в 06:44
Ironnite12 Jason only had great stage presence when Metallica as a whole did. He wasn’t that exciting to watch after the load era
Andre ADG 05 ноября 2018 года в 01:01
+Guy from the sticks im not disagreeing on that. I meant when playing live, older songs included. I love all of them though, but Rob deserves very big respect, as he was not afraid of joining what was seemingly a sinking ship.
Guy from the sticks 05 ноября 2018 года в 00:53
+Andre ADG nothing against Robert at all, so don't take this the wrong way, but Robert's contribution to the music is even less than Jason's, and Jason's was less than Cliff's. Skill wise, none of these three are any more talented than the other and each of them contributed to the music in a big but also equal way. Cliff was actually somewhat of a sloppy player, but he was the most creative. Jason had a really percussive, rhythmic style that worked well with James's guitar playing and tied things together better than the other two guys. Robert lands some where in the middle, at least when it comes to Metallica. I know that as far as overall ability he's probably the best of the three, but his contribution to the music is very little. Bottom line is they are all great, but Rob entered too late in their career to make much impact.
Andre ADG 04 ноября 2018 года в 22:22
The band's sound really benefits from Robert's playing style, the songs flow much better and have more groove with him.
Mr. Putrid 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:34 45
Kirk "Subconsciously" Hammett
John Roscoe 02 декабря 2018 года в 08:03
+D L awsome interview
John Roscoe 02 декабря 2018 года в 08:02
Kirk 58:30 Yeesh!
D L 10 ноября 2018 года в 13:32
+Guy from the sticks Mustaine - " Kirk makes great use of what talent He has"
Rick Seely 08 ноября 2018 года в 15:05
+Shane Barry As much as the rest of them..A LOT.On top of that,he was addicted to crack during the Justice tour,and used cocaine with Lars for decades.Lars didn't quit coke until 2007 for God's sake He was using for 20 years!
Shane Barry 07 ноября 2018 года в 10:21
+Guy from the sticks How much was he drinking?
dojonane 02 ноября 2018 года в 14:56 17
Who else gets the feeling that the band, especially James, are a bit embarrassed by the 'fanciness' of Justice, like it was just some weird experimental phase between Puppets and The Black Album that they quickly outgrew. That's really a shame if its true, because for so many of us the Justice era was the culmination of everything we love about what made Metallica so special in the first decade of their career.
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 01:22
Justice is a fancy, fine and dandy album!
Fakename70 23 ноября 2018 года в 00:08
I don’t think Justice can ever be called “fancy”.
Stanley Yelnats 14 ноября 2018 года в 00:33
dojonane thank you
N3V3RSVFF3R213 Official 07 ноября 2018 года в 18:46
This is such a great point. One that I had not realized. I think it would be a shame if it was just a phase that they were in. From all indications, it seems it was a combination of trying to find a balance of creativity within themselves and purposely trying to find a formula for getting attention from the masses. I agree whole heartedly with your last point. Culmination is the right word here.
dojonane 04 ноября 2018 года в 11:42
Reactionary Hermit case in point.

Just found this article online:

"​​​​​​To me, the …And Justice For All album sounds horrible, awful, can't fucking stand it," James Hetfield told Uncut bluntly in 2007. "That was our fancy stage, showing off too much. We knew we had to move on and the Black Album was the opposite. So when me and Lars got back together after a short break, I said, 'We gotta really try and write some shorter, to-the-point songs.'"

Hetfield wasn't alone in feeling like Metallica had gone too fall off the proggy deep end with Justice. "We realized that the general consensus was that songs were too fucking long," Kirk Hammett revealed to Rolling Stone in 1991. "Everyone [in the crowd] would have these long faces, and I'd think, 'Goddamn, they're not enjoying it as much as we are ... I remember getting offstage one night after playing 'Justice' and one of us saying, 'Fuck, that's the last time we ever play that fucking song!'"
Mike Hogue 02 ноября 2018 года в 05:17 34
This guy is trying to figure out exactly how everything works in each song, and there really isn't an answer to that. For people who have the gift, you don't really think about it, it's kind of a subconscious thing. That's why they called it "The Zone", it comes out of your creative mind and a lot of times it just happens. That's why when you sit down to start recording......number 1 rule.....always have the record button on, cuz you never know when or how it will happen. Now I know there are people that write and compose by the book, and that's great, but with Metallica its just natural. I have played guitar since I was 12. Now I'm 45, played with a few bands, and I can tell you within a minute of hearing somebody play whether they have "IT" or not. Its a gift.
Crakka78 04 ноября 2018 года в 21:37
"This guy"? Do you even know how legendary Dave Fricke himself is?
onlyfacts 04 ноября 2018 года в 04:58
Mike I hear what your saying and I get respect it. Yes gifted musicians either have it or don't BUT I am your age and have seen this new generation "puzzle" riffs together that make a great song .
Roel Vela 03 ноября 2018 года в 23:53
+Jérémy do you make music?
Jan Bakker 02 ноября 2018 года в 22:16
To me you are trying to give an answer what a particular 'tallica member had forgotten to give in your opinion. Sorry for bad english hope you understand.
serigraph73 02 ноября 2018 года в 19:36
I find Daves questions very annoying for the most part. It's like he keeps looking for something that isnt there....and then asks the same questions that have been answered a million times already or asks about the song writing process that the band have displayed and answered a million times over in the past 30 years
Eyal Babich 11 ноября 2018 года в 19:18 4
It's like Kirk isn't there. I realize James and Lars started the band but Kirk was there pretty much from the beginning. Throughout this entire video I didn't see any of them turn their heads to Kirk and ask him something or acknowledge him in anyway. I take my hat off for Kirk for being so ego-less all these years because those two obviously don't treat him as equal. That being said - I love both James and Lars
Darth SnewSnew 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:09 26
For my writing class, I chose “One” for an analysis and after watching “Johnny Got His Gun” I can honestly say it is the most depressing and horrifying story ever told.
Rotfaun 18 ноября 2018 года в 16:04
Heartbreaking
Aleksi Tuunainen 02 ноября 2018 года в 14:27
Me too, it’s actually one of my favorite stories
Jérémy 02 ноября 2018 года в 13:09
I am interested, what did you talk about ?
Orange Waste Paste 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:10 28
So glad they did this for Justice. This album was and is their most epic piece of music. This interview was much more interesting than "A Year and a Half", or Making Magnetic, or any of the best parts of the SKOM movie.
Necramonium 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:27 24
55 years old and Kirk looks like he is pushing near 70
Sonia Maqueen 02 декабря 2018 года в 22:45
Kirk looks like he has had a face stretch. Reminds me a bit of Mickey Rurke.
Shawn S 03 ноября 2018 года в 12:20
Lars wishes he had hair to dye
Giorgos Kalamidas 03 ноября 2018 года в 01:33
Yeah he doesn't dye his hair like Jamez & Lars do, that's why
Mike Hunt 02 ноября 2018 года в 10:51
It’s the grey hair
akiskev 02 ноября 2018 года в 10:04
you must be 20 tops. Kirk's fine
Jorge Perez 06 ноября 2018 года в 01:41 12
One of the greatest albums, ever.
Attila Tömösvári 01 января 2019 года в 03:24
Yea,bro! Very well said! Nothing ever compared to it eversince!
Vincent Medina 10 ноября 2018 года в 06:37
TubetakerBHV Never bothered me
TubetakerBHV 09 ноября 2018 года в 14:27
if the mix wouldnt ruin it completly.
Nordi Mejia 02 ноября 2018 года в 20:29 9
I hope they do something like this someday for load and reload. Its really a neglected era of the band and I think is an interesting one.
aldersmoke1 11 ноября 2018 года в 08:20
I don't know that you can call it neglected; they were one of the biggest radio bands on the planet for those albums. They were also not, for those albums, what I would call a metal band.

But they will get to reissues of those albums, no worries there.
Combustible Bunny 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:53 18
How has no one else noticed David calling Kirk “Kurt” at 0:50
MMB 1215 10 ноября 2018 года в 22:02
Lmaoooo
Mike Enssle 05 ноября 2018 года в 01:12
+Brent Rowland I noticed at one point Kirk making a annoyed face! Kinda to me seemed like there is some tension there. Even when Lars would speak. Like certain things he would kinda watch how he worded stuff.
Cr8Tron 04 ноября 2018 года в 16:29
+Shawn Taylor :/
Shawn Taylor 04 ноября 2018 года в 15:56
I think he called Robert 'Rod' as well
Cr8Tron 04 ноября 2018 года в 15:19
I'll definitely look back as soon as I get to the end. If this is the case, it will strongly explain Kirk's constant look of having been disturbed.
Locoandchooch 02 ноября 2018 года в 13:17 14
James still doesn’t realize he’s a real metal God.
Big 'Ol Dingus 29 декабря 2018 года в 04:34
real Metal Gods don't call themselves Metal Gods
Nordi Mejia 02 ноября 2018 года в 15:15 12
Poor Robert, this was boring for him.
TeamAtFort 17 января 2019 года в 22:56
Reanimated_Dead_Flesh no but rob probably felt left out
Reanimated_Dead_Flesh 06 ноября 2018 года в 03:10
Doubt it. Was it boring for you?
Bobby Jeffers 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:21 10
I love hearing the guys talk about this album, but I can’t fucking stand David Fricke. His questions could be much simpler in delivery and he does way too much talking.
Jérémy 02 ноября 2018 года в 13:37
Agreed but he seems like such a fan and I would probably do the same haha but Its true that when he starts asking a question, he doesn't let ANYONE talk.
Pa Ke 02 ноября 2018 года в 22:57 7
This interviewer is off, Jason played on Garage Days in '87 first before Justice came out. So he had time with the band in studio, not to mention being on tour with them before that.
jeremyjamesdewitt 06 ноября 2018 года в 18:59
Pa Ke I understand that. I just think that’s what they were referring to, though. It’s not like he had written or performed any of his own stuff with them yet.
Pa Ke 06 ноября 2018 года в 18:57
jeremyjamesdewitt Yes, however Garage Days was the first studio album he played on.
jeremyjamesdewitt 05 ноября 2018 года в 14:22
Pa Ke True, but it was the first album of original stuff.
G Birdo 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:19 20
I just mentally came when I saw that it's a hour and a half.
Hany M.Gamal 04 ноября 2018 года в 00:54 6
James looks like he just woke up
Hany M.Gamal 18 ноября 2018 года в 01:33
tampastu Word
tampastu 18 ноября 2018 года в 01:30
Hany M.Gamal You’d be tired too if you had to listen to Lars yammer on endlessly for the last 40 years.
Berk Börke 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:02 19
To live is to die, definitely, is the best song of metallica.
Lucas Oanta 14 ноября 2018 года в 22:46
Agreed
Emperor Alvis 03 ноября 2018 года в 19:34
No
Doggo 02 ноября 2018 года в 21:01
Berk Börke yes
Syarif Nur 02 ноября 2018 года в 06:24 17
This titles should be : Metallica talking about ...and justice for all and remembering Jason Newsted
XxStriderxx 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:18 14
One has their best writing and guitar tracks. And drums were awesome. Their performance in Seattle 89' is just uncanny.
ASTROCHRONIC 02 ноября 2018 года в 02:28 12
holy shit....Satan must be collecting heavy interest on Hammet's soul...he is looking old AF....
rvsaraiva 02 ноября 2018 года в 10:10 12
Challenge : who can guess how many times Lars says "uhm" during this interview?
André Crombach 07 ноября 2018 года в 00:18
rvsaraiva 1.000.000x
Meera's Toned Glutes 02 ноября 2018 года в 16:32 9
Still no bass ..... so no money from me..... try again ..... reinstate the bass
M S 28 декабря 2018 года в 05:41
+Jessie Walker actually the bass does it make it better...And Jason For All for anyone that wants to hear it...
Chelsea Rox 22 ноября 2018 года в 02:43
Yeah these guys could really use a couple of $$ from you!!!
Fil Solano 08 ноября 2018 года в 02:12
Meera's Toned Glutes I believe they have released the full version with bass of course, and it sounds killer!
sandos91 03 ноября 2018 года в 07:15
Listen to the rough mixes disc. Bass is present
Shane 03 ноября 2018 года в 01:37
Meera's Toned Glutes It’s literally never going to happen. Get over it.
Michael De Santa 02 ноября 2018 года в 09:31 20
can't wait for the load and reload box set
Devin Streetz 16 декабря 2018 года в 22:12
+The Film Effect they mastered it way too loud it isn't so much the mix it's just the mastering is way too high because of the loudness wars they released a remastered version on iTunes
iplyrunescape305 15 ноября 2018 года в 06:08
I'm here waiting for a St.Anger one, which will be many years probably XD
bill sutherland 14 ноября 2018 года в 16:37
Those will be great. They're certainly well documented, so the amount of material to choose from will be great. Same goes for the black album box.
Kyle White 09 ноября 2018 года в 21:16
+serigraph73 hrr drrr drr I hate load look at me!
serigraph73 09 ноября 2018 года в 12:33
@+The Film Effect good luck with that
Scott Brown 02 ноября 2018 года в 02:01 296
That would be sweet if Jason is there
John Roscoe 02 декабря 2018 года в 07:10
Out of respect for Rob I would think he's their guy now that's how stand up Jason is!
Christopher Sabionski 22 ноября 2018 года в 19:13
For whom?
María de Fátima Palacios Antillano 09 ноября 2018 года в 01:14
Nah they still hate the guy. A shame I guess.
Scott Brown 07 ноября 2018 года в 02:20
True but dudes right, he’s not in the band soo... idk we already herd Jason’s side of justice
Trulysarcastic44 07 ноября 2018 года в 00:12
Might be just as well. I'm sure it would be uncomfortable for everyone, especially Jason. You can't hear his bass, he only has one writing credit on the album. I'm sure he doesn't want to be asked about left out for the 1,000th time
phototristan 02 ноября 2018 года в 04:04 3
I know what I’ll be listening to all weekend. Also if I was Rob, I’d be like, I don’t think I should even be here.
Jan Hanebeck - AmiLoGiXx 02 ноября 2018 года в 08:37 16
God bless them for the Black Album, it got me into heavy metal and thrash ultimately.
Benny B 04 ноября 2018 года в 09:26
After he lost his mind after so many heroin jears....
Jan Hanebeck - AmiLoGiXx 04 ноября 2018 года в 09:23
What about Ozzy, he said it all the time
Benny B 04 ноября 2018 года в 09:21
" God bless" have nothing to do in Rock and Roll!
i have to wait 90 days to change my name 03 ноября 2018 года в 17:41
+Don smith
what is your problem, you over judgemental piece of shit?
Jan Hanebeck - AmiLoGiXx 03 ноября 2018 года в 11:22
It’s fine, thank you. I’ll try!
Tanay Prajapati 02 ноября 2018 года в 16:34 3
James : Up here, boys! Stop staring at my moustache!
Distant Galaxy Music 11 ноября 2018 года в 15:08 3
When did Kirk turn into a sad, bitter, old Philippino lady?
Distant Galaxy Music 16 января 2019 года в 01:20
Kirk
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 01:18
Distant Galaxy Music - What are you talking about?
Jeff Gillis 03 ноября 2018 года в 16:33 8
Dave mustaine watched 51 times.
Dean M 06 ноября 2018 года в 16:06 5
I like how David keeps mentioning how Doris (lady justice) is blindfolded as if that was a part of her having been accosted....I guess he doesn't know that lady justice is always blindfolded as it is emblematical of the idea that "justice is blind"
Addicted to Profit 09 ноября 2018 года в 13:11 5
I love these guys like family, so I just wish they would treat Kirk better! Hes been there for 95% of the journey but gets treated like he just joined the band. Its always James and I ...
hello sunshine 13 ноября 2018 года в 03:07
Addicted to Profit he can’t, Jason couldn’t, because no one has the nuts to lay Lars out physically and teach him to respect others.
blessed7fold 11 ноября 2018 года в 19:29 2
David Fricke looks ridiculous with that long hair at 60 something years old. That dude is the biggest dork I have ever seen in my life.
Paul Peter 11 ноября 2018 года в 22:27
Says a fake Christian
Seraphim Serenata 05 ноября 2018 года в 23:21 4
LIVE Version of JUSTICE in entirety! Who's with me?!
Rico Salvaje 02 ноября 2018 года в 23:42 5
James looks like paul sr from orange county choppers.
cronos42 02 ноября 2018 года в 07:45 5
Rob looks really tired. Even the bags under his eyes have bags under them.
CorporateTube 16 января 2019 года в 01:23
cronos42 - Maybe looks like that Because he’s not 20 anymore. Ever think of that?
Joseph Akbrud 02 ноября 2018 года в 20:04 6
“Wait ‘till the Black Album one.” I can’t wait for the extras, but I really hope that they don’t remaster it. Sonically, Randy Staub and Bob Rock did such a good job with it that all I want is a rerelease of the same recording + a ton of extras.
Cale Schmidt 03 ноября 2018 года в 07:07 8
David Fricke has looked the same for decades. Lich.
Lord Harry 08 ноября 2018 года в 01:51 2
David Fricke looks like a middle aged tranny
HIELO KING 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:42 14
this was magnificent! behind the scenes of my favorite Metallica album :)
Ovais Malik 04 ноября 2018 года в 06:33
+HIELO KING likewise! It was good, how about you??
HIELO KING 04 ноября 2018 года в 06:16
+Ovais Malik dude!!! nice to see you're rockin' around here !!! How was your Metallica T-Shirt Day ???
Ovais Malik 04 ноября 2018 года в 06:11
You and me both brotha! 🤘🏽😎🤘🏽
mary moreno 05 декабря 2018 года в 10:09 2
all the love and respect for this band but kirk's expressions are priceless! 😂😂
GreenSkripie 02 ноября 2018 года в 00:58 221
I like the part when kirk says that he had to write stuff instead of just learning it
Tao Tuhao 14 декабря 2018 года в 00:07
+Kartik Chandrasekhar Kirk has contributed to many, many songs. To confirm this just look up the songs that he has co-writing credit on. Next, for the people who put down his playing on hard-wired. If you watch the "in the making of" video's you will see that he played what was requested, which was mostly all improv. On one of those videos, he a brought in a multilayered demo idea that he wanted to record over the lead section of a song ( and it sounded awesome) Lars shot it down, wanting the solos to stay raw and uncomplicated. I have played Guitar since getting inspired by Metallica in the early 80's. These days I can play anything that I hear. So I will say with confidence that Kirk maybe is not as passionate as he used to be. But trust that he could blow most people away on guitar if he wanted to. Plus, He still has aggressive chops, just listen to his solo on the recent Exodus album
Daniel Rodriguez 03 ноября 2018 года в 16:44
Kartik Chandrasekhar Kirk has many riffs on every album minus Kill and Hardwired.
Kartik Chandrasekhar 03 ноября 2018 года в 16:21
He wrote a lot of riffs in that album, given that he's a cowriter on several songs.
Daniel Rodriguez 02 ноября 2018 года в 18:51
I don’t believe you understood the context in which Kirk was talking about.
Jérémy 02 ноября 2018 года в 12:49
+Mick Doolan any beginner could do better than Kirk in 2016. No one could do better than Kirk in the 80's.
Dustin Jeffrey Platt 26 ноября 2018 года в 01:02 2
Why does James look like Paul Sr. from OCC nowadays?
Doctornomore 8 02 ноября 2018 года в 20:13 5
Rob made them play frayed ends. Major props to him. One of my fav Metallica songs
leeoh moon 02 ноября 2018 года в 18:01 7
I will always be disappointed the way they treated Jason (mainly James and Lars),James says they tried to de-fan him and their method was treating him like a second-class citizen not as equal! it makes no sense,!!!!,so what that he was goofy-its a bonus (from my opinion), it annoys me that they never APOLOGISED for bullying their band member, they should apologize to fans who were extremely disappointed learning that Jason was bullied..:
leeoh moon 05 ноября 2018 года в 12:47
+Guy from the sticks .I remember at school there was a guy who listened to Metallica and was bullied for his black t-shirts, long hair/style and guess what? his idols are bullies too :/
Guy from the sticks 04 ноября 2018 года в 21:46
They use cliffs death as an excuse every time anyone questions them about it. "It was our way of grieving", or "we were young and didn't know how to handle it"... bullshit. Anyone with a functional conscience knows when they are or have been acting like a dink. I agree. They need to make a legit apology. Not on your for Jason's sake, but the fans. Sucks to know that your heros are pompous assholes.
Bonnie Watts 03 ноября 2018 года в 13:37
At least Jason got his piece of the never ending black album sales!!!
Sean julian 07 ноября 2018 года в 17:55 4
I feel sorry for kirk watching this, seems as though he's shunned by the band. I realise he's nowhere near as good as he used to be or offers the same creativity but he still was and is a massive part of metallica and what made them great. I feel he gets nowhere near the level of respect he deserves from James and Lars.
JP Serrano 02 ноября 2018 года в 01:39 172
Hopefully Jason makes an appearance
John Roscoe 02 декабря 2018 года в 07:41
+# jOsHi no
John Roscoe 02 декабря 2018 года в 07:40
+KrisFrosz133 yes it truly is sad what a waste of great talent
Dr. Phibes in Red 05 ноября 2018 года в 11:53
+neil jackson You mean the "Dave Mustaine Band"?
Dr. Phibes in Red 05 ноября 2018 года в 11:52
+Jeremy Zamora Yes, he was. Listen carefully.
neil jackson 04 ноября 2018 года в 23:33
But megadeth can still play the whole rust in peace live lol.
ElPistolero50 22 ноября 2018 года в 10:41 2
Newest band member, came from a relatively unknown band. Lands the opening riff to the first Metallica album after Cliff's death. If that's not achievement enough, then I don't know what is. Jason Newkid, amazing talent, but largely overlooked. The way they treated him makes it even sadder.
Katana2097 02 ноября 2018 года в 09:32 6
"Jason should be there!"
Cool bro, did you want to call him up and tell him to come do this interview?
Douglas Fisher 02 ноября 2018 года в 05:54 9
This is some heavy shit. Bravo guys. RIP Cliff. ❤️
Vladimir Vasquez 08 ноября 2018 года в 23:58 4
I want to point out something about from the minute 29:27: "I'm stepping into someone's shoes who can never be filled(Cliff)"... so James what are you talking about? Is Cliff a God? I think he is not... you are talking like if you were high class musicians and you are not, you are just simply "popular" trash metal performers. You are not Beethoven, Mozart or Bach, and there is a lot of rock musicians better than all of you, so you don't have any rights to judge and minimize Jason's playing and composing abilities. I think Cliff was not better than Jason, comparison between musicians is useless just because they are different. James even disrespected Robert (look the closeup to him) saying that no one can never fit into Metallica like Cliff did. They praised Cliff just because they liked everything he invented in his head and by the time he was skilled than all of them. They must not forget that they began to be "Metallica" after Cliff's death because Cliff was the center of every song of Metallica before Jason, Metallica was just Cliff Burton. I also want to point out when James said that Jason follow him playing, please gimme a break... all of you were following Cliff, so what's the point with that?. Yes, it was very difficult for him to face all of you that hated him because he was is so good bass player hahahaha damm it!! Jason Newsted was really strong to deal with horrible bosses... He left the band because he never fit into it, I think James, Lars and Kirk are still frustrated about Cliff Burton's death and they will never feel as good musicians without him.
sweetpetro 25 ноября 2018 года в 12:20
Dumb
Daniel Villalobos 11 ноября 2018 года в 14:32
He was talking of course about the fact that Cliff was unique, and has become revered precisely for that reason.
Cliff was also the "big brother" of the band, musically speaking, back in the day. He introduced some advanced composition techniques to James and Lars, and was a big reason for Metallica being melodic as well as heavy.

In a way he helped shape the sound of the band to this very day, and many fans know this. All of that amounts to a musician whose passing is an irreparable loss, because no one else quite thinks about music and plays bass like Cliff did.
Vincent Medina 10 ноября 2018 года в 06:42
Vladimir “Jason” Vasquez
Superfund Research 09 ноября 2018 года в 10:10
i think he was referring to the way he felt personally, that because of the way Cliff died, no one could ever fill his shoes, not musicianship.
mindcrime2010 02 ноября 2018 года в 21:00 4
Lars is so pragmatic, European way of dealing with stuff, had a happy childhood, played tennis and ate Danish pastries. Can’t comprehend what James has gone thru as a child and a teen to inspire the band lyrically and musically.
Cr8Tron 04 ноября 2018 года в 15:28
Quite a way to put it.
Dr. Phibes in Red 03 ноября 2018 года в 14:01
So that's European to you? Lars was a privileged kid at the time he came to the US. 90% European kids weren't.
Jan Patrick Lucas 03 ноября 2018 года в 21:01 4
"Justice" is thee greatest record ever made in my opinion......by any artist of any genre! Yes I am biased! Metallica is #1! Always has been, always will be! There is no greater musical force period! The influence these guys have had on my life is astounding! Love you James, Kirk, Lars, Rob, Jason and Cliff!
Paul Navarro 04 ноября 2018 года в 13:59 2
Its completely disrespectful the fact that Jason isnt there and that rob is when he had absolutely nothing to do with the band at that time..I think it shows how immature James and Lars ultimately are..and Kirk..I don't know what happens to him..He should just let go of what's in his chest..and I absolutely HATE when James and Lars always talk about "Lars and I, James and I" stuff..idiots!!

Musicwise Metallica is Awesome but Jesus Christ, grow up..and don't forget to bring Jason..if they release a "Black" box , it would look ABSOLUTELY FUCKING RIDICULOUS if they have an interview like this without Jason..or with rob sitting there like an useless ugly ornament..it would be disgusting like for everyone showing how childish Metallica can be..
Lucas Landolfo 06 ноября 2018 года в 21:33
Yawn.
donangry 05 ноября 2018 года в 02:51 4
Rob should have taken a seat and Jason should have had a mic for this. I guess Metallica are still resentful towards him. Sad to see.
Rogue Outbreak 02 ноября 2018 года в 03:39 10
Did they resurrect john denver for this interview?
serigraph73 02 ноября 2018 года в 19:40
more like one of the Ramones
Jeremy Simmons 02 ноября 2018 года в 02:42 13
I hit the like button,I'm the 666th person to like this.
ivan ivanov 03 января 2019 года в 09:12 1
15 years after joining Metallica, Rob still simply does NOT fit in. Yes, he`s great bass player, great personality, but not for this band. Not even close to Jason`s energy. Also, imo, discussing the Jason topic for so long, means that there is a certain amount of guilt in the band for making him leave. I don`t think Jason`s behavior on stage was compensating for his missing bass in the album - it was just pure love and passion for music. A proof that only he can step in Cliff`s boots and continue the show. Indeed, Hetfield is a great leader, but sometimes ego has destructive power. Still, there is no way not giving them credit for being one of the greatest for so long and still kicking ass!
MrAustinpen 06 ноября 2018 года в 11:00 2
A lot of times I feel Lars has this air of arrogance about himself, but how he brought the editor dude, who was probably feeling out of place at this point, back into the conversation was a classy move.
Nobody You Know 02 ноября 2018 года в 01:42 168
Will Jason be there? It’s odd to have Trujillo in there when he was never part of or had anything to do with the album like when they did the Master Of Puppets one.
Devin Streetz 16 декабря 2018 года в 21:58
If your talking about Jason being in interviews at the time, that's a different situation
Sergio DO OR DIE 24 ноября 2018 года в 15:49
Band stick together no one's left behind u wouldn't understand it
D C 10 ноября 2018 года в 18:15
+scrubl0rd - on YouTube there's a clip called "And Justice for Jason" where the bass was boosted on the And Justice album. Check it out!!
Canna Occult 09 ноября 2018 года в 22:58
Joel Goodwin so do I, does that mean I belong with the interview!? Come on now.
He had nothing to do with making this album. Bottom of the line. The WHOLE point!
Canna Occult 09 ноября 2018 года в 22:57
Ray Helton not quite. Any person with a good head on their shoulders would understand they had nothing to do with the album.
If anything, this would have made him very uncomfortable.
He should have left the room.
Let me Eat cake 09 ноября 2018 года в 01:18 2
James is morphing into Paul Tuetul from Chopper
MajorDirt 02 ноября 2018 года в 06:20 10
Kirk has been struggling to speak for a while now...what's up with that?
Cr8Tron 04 ноября 2018 года в 15:22
:/
Xul Apostasy 04 ноября 2018 года в 02:07
Hes been like that since the 80s at least. Watch any interview from like master onwards
serigraph73 02 ноября 2018 года в 19:41
long term side effects of drugs
Johnny 02 ноября 2018 года в 12:39
He doesn't have this problem at all one on one, really cool guy and very down to earth. I think he's just uncomfortable during interviews.
Jan Hanebeck - AmiLoGiXx 02 ноября 2018 года в 09:08
Look at some interviews with Angus Young from ACDC - some guys are amazing on stage but really uncomfortable in some situations, which makes them even more human. They are legends but this trait gives them a “down to earth “ personality
leeoh moon 02 ноября 2018 года в 17:39 5
lars talks and talks and talks, let kirk speak!
leeoh moon 05 ноября 2018 года в 12:44
+Adventures & Survival in Thailand I prefer Kirk, I hate pushy people, lars pushed kirk out of important decisions...it annoys me...
Adventures & Survival in Thailand 05 ноября 2018 года в 12:39
Who do you want to speak? Lars or Kirk. Lars who wrote and worked in everything or Kirk that did F all? Lol no choice but to listen to Lars
Tovvvija 03 ноября 2018 года в 12:23
aaa um I, I, I, aaa, umm.... no... i think better let lars and james do the talking...
Talha kabukçu 02 ноября 2018 года в 19:37 5
Kirk and his humble position
Cr8Tron 04 ноября 2018 года в 15:29
:/
Scoddygoat 02 ноября 2018 года в 02:15 175
I still remember going down to Al's Record Hut and picking up the cassette. I didn't turn it off for two years.
buddha shenglong 05 ноября 2018 года в 13:38
7 mile bmx ride to Tapeworld, totally worth it!
lowjamz828 03 ноября 2018 года в 23:19
+FUNERAL BILL II I got mine from Ames Department store. In 89 or 90. Your right back then knowbody seemed to give a damn about the Bass.
markeemark85 03 ноября 2018 года в 23:17
I was 19 yrs old Bought the Album for Home and the cassette for my Car
chuck schuler 03 ноября 2018 года в 12:01
exactly like me.listened to it for 2 jears constantly. hahaha
Νικ Λαλησκού 03 ноября 2018 года в 11:56
6th grade, rode my bike to local record store and got justice and Bad by Michael Jackson xD