Requested in the event that they’ve thought of their plans for his or her subsequent album but, drummer Lars Ulrich instructed Basic Rock journal: “It’s going to be the very best album we’ve ever accomplished! Insert the remainder of the clichés – it’s the heaviest factor, the good…
“However all kidding apart, if it wasn’t as a result of we thought that the very best file was nonetheless forward of us, then why hold doing it? In Metallica we love the inventive course of, and it’s arduous for me to think about that we’ll ever cease making data.”
However the 57-year-old drummer insisted the group – which additionally consists of James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett, and Robert Trujillo – by no means examine their albums to their earlier efforts and he would not wish to change something about their again catalogue as a result of every file represents a interval in time for the band.
He stated: “I don’t suppose like that in any respect. Every file to me is an image of a time interval. 1988, ‘…And Justice For All’, that was what we did and we made all these selections, and I’m joyful accepting it.
“Typically I believe why did we do this and what had been we considering, with out essentially wanting to vary it.
“However of those that we’ve accomplished, it’s with ‘Hardwired’ that I’ve the fewest bewildered questions concerning the selections we made. “
With the coronavirus pandemic conserving the band off the highway, Lars has stored his expertise sharp by enjoying alongside to their most up-to-date studio album, 2016’s ‘Hardwired… To Self Destruct’, in addition to Rage Towards The Machine’s self-titled 1992 LP.
He stated: “One other file I’ve performed alongside to is Rage Towards The Machine, that first album [’92].
“That has been the soundtrack to this pandemic for me. I’m simply blasting these songs, and so they sound extra related and extra modern than they ever have.”