METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich made a surprise appearance yesterday during a club chat session via METALLICA's fan club web site, Metclub.com, and answered a few questions posed by club members.Among the items revealed by Lars during the session were the following: * A few of the recently-composed new songs have been discarded for the first time ever and the band are now on what they call "round two of the keepers". * Lars really did sing on the third verse of the RAMONES cover song "53rd and 3rd" (to appear on the upcoming "We're a Happy Family: A Tribute to the Ramones" compilation CD) * There are between 10 and 20 songs planned for the new album * The band is not currently planning any more small gigs like the Kimo's club show that took place in early June. * When asked about how the recording process is going, Lars said: "The hardest thing is forcing myself to go home and eat dinner with the family. Time, baby, is a hard thing for me to juggle." (Thanks: The 4 Horsemen)
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