METALLICA's LARS ULRICH Comments On Art Auction
According to Inter Sandman, METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich spoke to The New York Times about the upcoming auction of several pieces of his art collection.
"This journey I've been on for the last 10, 15 years, started many, many years before I met my wife, and I feel it's time to close a chapter of my life and move on to another one," Ulrich told the newspaper. "I have a very obsessive personality. I have two kids, and I just want to focus my obsessiveness on other areas."
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