METALLICA's Hetfield To Record Song For Late EXODUS Frontman

February 19, 2002

METALLICA frontman James Hetfield has vowed to record a song dedicated to the late EXODUS vocalist Paul Baloff, according to the official Paul Baloff memorial web site at We in METALLICA would like to say that we will all miss Paul for his work, his kindness and for just being there, James reportedly said about the EXODUS singer. So all our love to you Paul. I am actually gonna record a song just for Paul.., so look for it in the near future people ...We will all remember Paul. Like he said.., 'Heavier than time'. He truly was. Cheers, Paul!... And I would also like to thank all the people that supported me while I was in rehab.., Thanx.. Yours truly// James Hetfield and the rest of METALLICA

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