METALLICA Drummer Talks 'Guitar Hero', 'Rock Band'; Video Available
METALLICA's Lars Ulrich has told CNN that he shares a love for BLACK SABBATH and DEEP PURPLE with his 10-year-old son.
Ulrich may have played songs from those old rock bands around the house on his stereo, but he gives credit for his son's excitement to another source: video games.
Myles Ulrich is a fan of games such as "Guitar Hero" and "Rock Band", which have spawned a comeback for rock music.
"It's a cool generational thing to share that with your kids," said Ulrich. "My [son's] favorite bands are ... the same bands that are my favorite bands — the bands I grew up on."
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