Metallica Rule Out Future Collaboration With Lady Gaga
The lead singer of Metallica, James Hetfield, has ruled out the possibility of a collaboration with Lady Gaga in the future. The pair recently worked together on a live performance of “Moth Into Flame”, at this year’s Grammy’s.
You can watch the performance below
James Hetfield has been speaking with Chilean newspaper La Tercera (via Metal Injection), and replied with this when asked if they could be working with Lady Gaga again, “No. But even just talking with her, being around her, her energy was very, very exciting. She has lots of ideas, and she likes to push the boundaries like we do. So it was a good fit.”
The performance did suffer a few technical problems at the start of the song, which forced James Hetfield and Lady Gaga had to share a mic for a moment.
James Hetfield has said this about the performance “The actual show, live on TV, I was very angry. All the rehearsals, everything was perfect. Up to there, everything was working.
“But the silver lining is that Lady Gaga and me were singing closer, and there was a little more collaboration. She’s an amazing person – very talented.”
Metallica will be back on the road next month for their WorldWired tour, which is supporting their latest album, Hardwired… To Self-Destruct.
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