Welcome Home (Sanitarium) is a slow, dynamic song featured on Metallica's classic album, Master of Puppets (1986).
"St. Anger" is the title track from Metallica's eighth studio album, released in 2003. It won a Grammy for Best Metal Performance in the following year.
"One" is a dynamic piece that moves through several different meters and moods. It was Metallica's first Top 40 hit-single and the first song for which a video clip was made. The song also earned the band members their first-of-many Grammys (in the Best Metal Performance category) in the year after its release.
"Hardwired" is the first single from Metallica's upcoming album, Hardwired... To Self-Destruct.
The verse sections in "Master of Puppets" feature an unusual 'turnaround' rhythm in the fourth measure of each line. Even though the rhythm is played the same each time, it can be difficult to grasp, as it interrupts the pulse. In this article, we will compare several possible approaches to notating this unusual rhythm.
Dyers Eve is the final track on Metallica's fourth album "... And Justice for All" (1988).
Learn a cool technique used by Lars in the song Nothing Else Matters.
This tough sounding intro features the toms sounding in rhythmic unison with the guitars. Watch out for the pick-up note!
Learn the intro beat from the classic Metallica song Enter Sandman.
In this part of the song, leading up to the verses, Lars played the drums in rhythmic unison with the guitar riff. He used X-Hats on the right hand side of his kit to achieve full-power strokes on the toms.
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