According to Lars Ulrich, the chances of a new Metallica album are “very good”. The members of the heavy metal band – alongside Lars also James Hetfield, Robert Trujillo and Kirk Hammett – are currently in quarantine in four different states due to the corona pandemic.

As the drummer reveals, the musicians are now trying to find a way with their team to record an album together despite the spatial separation.

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You cannot keep still

“We are very excited about it,” he reveals in a Twitter interview with Marc Benioff. “Much of this will have to do with how long we will have to stay at home and whether there will be a second wave of the virus. Who knows what the world will be like in six months? ”

The camp cracker has now caught up with all band members. “The one thing you can rely on with creative people is, of course, that they can’t keep still for long,” laughs Lars.

“At our weekly Metallica zoom sessions, we talk about how we can just be a band again. I can tell you that all four of us are very excited about what it could look like. “

So will there be a quarantine album by the “Nothing Else Matters” rockers? “I can’t tell you that because I don’t know how long the quarantine will take. But if you and I and the rest of the world are still sitting here in six months or a year, chances are very good, ”explains the artist. (Bang)

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