Jan 15, 2019The Orange County Register: Metallica talks beer as it launches its Arrogant Consortia Enter Night Pilsner at an intimate gathering in L.A.
Drummer Lars Ulrich and bassist Rob Trujillo of heavy metal band Metallica showed up to hang out and drink with a few dozen friends and music industry folks during an intimate VIP launch of its all-new beer collaboration with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia at No Name on Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles on Monday night.
Band teams with Stone Brewing for latest alcoholic beverage, described as “a hoppy pilsner played through a distortion pedal”
Metallica and Stone Brewing Co. have teamed up on a new beer, Enter Night, a pilsner now hitting the national stage.
Metallica is teaming up with a brewing company to release their own brand of beer.
Acoustic performance will be available on the upcoming ‘Helping Hands … Live & Acoustic at the Masonic’ double-LP
Dec 27, 2018Maxim: LARS ULRICH ON MAKING WHISKEY, COLLECTING ART AND HIS FAVORITE METALLICA IMAGERY
The Metallica drummer also revealed his favorite music of 2018 and "the best action movie of the year by far."
Dec 27, 2018SFGate: Metallica donates $1 million to 10 community colleges for trade skill education
A busy philanthropy group funded by rock legends Metallica didn't slow down ahead of the 2018 holidays.
Dec 27, 2018ABC 13: Hall of Fame rock band Metallica donates $100K to Houston area community college
A Houston-area Lone Star campus received a little love during the holidays from Hall of Fame rock band Metallica.
A legendary rock band is giving back to colleges around the United States.
Rock legends Metallica donated $100,000 to a Houston-area community college through their foundation All Within My Hands.
Dec 26, 2018Atlanta Journal Constitution: Metallica spreads $1M donation across 10 community colleges
Nothing else matters to Metallica when it comes to furthering education.
A Houston-area college was one of ten community colleges to receive $100,000 from legendary heavy metal band, Metallica.
Dec 25, 2018KRDO: Rock band legend Metallica donates $1 million to ten community colleges nationwide
Christmas came early for some students across the country. Rock legends, Metallica, recently donated to ten community colleges nationwide to enhance their career and technical education programs.
Christmas came early this year for Lone Star College. Heavy metal band Metallica, in partnership with the American Association of Community Colleges, donated $1 million to 10 community colleges nationwide including The Woodlands-area school, according to KOMO News.
On March 5, 1983, Cliff Burton played his first concert with Metallica after replacing Ron McGovney in December of 1982. Just a bit over one month later, the thrash upstarts would undergo another lineup change as they jettisoned Dave Mustaine from their ranks, later plucking Kirk Hammett from like-minded Bay Area thrashers Exodus.
The band Metallica is giving a $100,000 grant to Clackamas Community College to enhance its career and technical education programs.
Now, the band is giving much more to ten community colleges nationwide to enhance their career and technical education programs.
There will be entire chapters in future history books about 2016. Look, it was just a just a couple years ago. You lived through 2016.
The iconic heavy metal band Metallica has awarded WSU Tech a $100,000 grant to support technical education training.
Thrashers share pro-shot footage from December 9th California show
Clackamas Community College is among 10 schools around the country receiving $100,000 grants through a nonprofit foundation set up by rock band Metallica.
Iconic metal band Metallica is teaming up with WSU Tech to enhance their technical education programs.
Heavy metal Grammy Award-winners Metallica doled out a heady cash total this week — all for a very good cause.