Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road with Lars Ulrich | October 13th
Metallica’s co-founder and drummer reminisces about the good ol’ days that led the band to become rock & roll royalty
Surrounded by memorabilia from gigs played all around the world, Brian Johnson sits down with Metallica co-founder, Lars Ulrich, at Metallica’s HQ in San Francisco to trade stories about the glory days on the road. After releasing The Black Album in 1991, Metallica played about 300 shows over the next 2 years, cementing their reputation as one of the greatest live rock bands of all time. During the interview with Brian, Lars opened up about the influence that AC/DC had on them in the early stages of their career when he was just a teenager getting a taste of the rock & roll dream. He also reveals wild stories which involved everything from the death of their bassist while on the road, to James Hetfield getting burnt by fire on stage which led to riots in the streets after one of their shows. This unforgettable episode airs on October 13th at 9/8c.