METALLICA On BBC TWO's 'The Culture Show'; Entire Program Available

METALLICA was featured on the August 5, 2008 edition of the BBC Two program "The Culture Show". A description of the program follows:

"Verity Sharp gets behind-the-scenes access to rock behemoths METALLICA on tour in Norway. Having sold close to 100 million albums, METALLICA are probably the biggest and most influential heavy metal band ever, and are now about to release their long-awaited ninth studio album. Verity joins the band in Bergen [in July 2008], sitting in on the late night rehearsals and pre-gig rituals. Featuring interviews with lead singer James Hetfield, the ultimate reformed rocker, and Lars Ulrich, drummer and fellow founder of the band, Verity turns the volume up to 11 in this revealing, if you will, rockumentary of a unique band."

Watch the report in three parts below.

Launched in November 2004, "The Culture Show" is a weekly BBC Two magazine program broadcast on Tuesday nights, focusing on the latest developments in the worlds of film, music, art, fashion and the performing arts.

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