Metallica Sift Through 50 Hours Of New Music
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Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo tells PhillyBurbs.com the band already has a jump start on the next album: More than 50 recorded hours of pre-set jamming, with hundreds of riffs, chord progressions and bass lines to sift through. "It's kind of like you're starting over again," Trujillo said. "It feels like a resurgence, and we'll ride the wave now."
He also was quoted as saying in a phone interview: "If it wouldn't have clicked with us or wouldn't have clicked with someone else, they would have called it a day."
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