METALLICAit is “Now that we are dead” served as an entry and exit theme for WWE wrestler The entrepreneur during his match last night (Saturday April 4) against AJ Styles at “WrestleMania 36”.
METALLICA was apparently delighted with the inclusion, tweeting after the event: “The legacy continues. @WWE superstar The @Undertaker is out for “Now that we are dead” on @WWENetwork! “
For the first time in WWE history, “WrestleMania” takes place over two nights in front of an empty arena, with most of the show pre-recorded due to the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world.
METALLICA has a history with WWE and “WrestleMania”, with ” For Whom the Bell Tolls “ to have accompanied Triple H upon entering the ring at “WrestleMania XXVII”.
“Now that we are dead” is taken from METALLICAlatest album from, “Wired … to self-destruct”, which debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 album charts in November 2016, selling 291,000 copies in its first week of release.
The official “Now that we are dead” the video was produced by the top level duo of Brooklyn photographers Herring and herring, who photographed METALLICA for the “Hadwired … to self-destruction” set of albums, as well as videos for “Halo on fire” and “Am I wild? “
“Now that we are dead” see METALLICA singer James Hetfield singing someone whose lover is dead, and he’s looking forward to having them together in the afterlife.
When METALLICA started following the song, they thought they were thinking too much about it, and were forced to use one of the pre-production rehearsals. Drummer Lars Ulrich explained to Rolling stone: “With “Now that we are dead”, we recorded it and everything was getting tighter and more precise, and all of a sudden you go, wait a minute, I think we just beat this thing for a lifetime.[[[[Laughs]We went back and listened to the pre-production talks – almost like the last rehearsals – and it’s like, “Hey, wait a minute. There is a completely different atmosphere there. It looks like a living, breathing entity rather than something put up by a drill sergeant.[[[[Laughs]So we opted for a slightly looser version. “
– Metallica (@Metallica) April 5, 2020
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