LARS ULRICH, COREY TAYLOR Interviewed At REVOLVER GOLDEN GODS AWARDS (Video)

Revolver TV has posted a video interview with Lars Ulrich (METALLICA) and Corey Taylor (SLIPKNOT, STONE SOUR) conducted at the third annual Revolver Golden Gods Awards, which was held on April 20 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California. Check out the footage below.

Highlights from the Revolver Golden Gods Awards will be broadcast on VH1 Classic on Saturday, May 28. Revolver will release a special Golden Gods issue of the magazine on May 24. The Golden Gods issue will include exclusive behind-the-scenes photos and interviews.

Following last Saturday's (April 23) first U.S. "Big Four" concert in Indio, California, Ulrich has told RollingStone.com that more U.S. dates are on the way. He revealed, "We are looking to book something on the East Coast because of the success of this — it should hopefully come together in a week or two. Maybe we'll do somewhere in the Midwest and South, too. Still, I don't think it will turn into a 40-date arena tour; that would make it less special. I like the fact that there's an element of chaos to the whole thing. It shouldn't be sterile, streamlined and perfect: it needs an edgy underbelly to remain authentic."

The all-day event last weekend featured the so-called "big four" bands of the Eighties thrash metal scene — SLAYER, ANTHRAX, MEGADETH and headliners METALLICA — performing together on a U.S. stage for the first time ever in their 30-year careers.

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