METALLICA Interviewed At Germany's 'Metal Hammer Awards' (Video)
METALLICA was honored in the "Best Live Band" category at this year's installment of Germany's Metal Hammer Awards, which was held on September 13 at Kesselhaus in Berlin.
Martin Van Drunen (ASPHYX, HAIL OF BULLETS) moderated the event, which featured performances by KREATOR, POWERWOLF, WHILE SHE SLEEPS and DUST BOLT.
A short video interview with METALLICA members Lars Ulrich (drums) and Robert Trujillo (bass) conducted on the "red carpet" at this year's Metal Hammer Awards can be seen below.
Metal Hammer Awards winners:
Legend: Doro Pesch
God Of Riffs: Jeff Hanneman (SLAYER)
Best Album: AMORPHIS - "Circle"
Best Debut: YEAR OF THE GOAT - "Angels' Necropolis"
Best German Band: AVANTASIA
Best International Band: NIGHTWISH
Best Live Band: METALLICA
Metal Anthem: CALLEJON - "Porn From Spain 2"
Up And Coming: ESKIMO CALLBOY
Maximum Metal: MOTÖRHEAD
Check out photos from Getty Images.
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