METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich has become "extra-inspired" to create some killer new music after seeing SYSTEM OF A DOWN perform at Ozzfest 2002 at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California this past Sunday. Here is the drummer's post on the subject as it appears in the "Jump In The Studio" section of the group's official web site:

"I got four words for you: SYSTEM OF A DOWN Motherfucker. Oh, that's five, whatever... They blew my fucking head off on Sunday! Does Metal (?) get any better than that in 2002? A real good time was had at Ozzfest, seeing a lot of old friends, making new friends, and me and [producer] Bob [Rock] & [METALLICA guitarist] Kirk [Hammett] had a bit of a much-needed full-on Metal day (dude!?). So I am extra inspired to come up with some full on ugliness, and so far it has been that kind of a week."


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