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Sound Issues Can't Stop METALLICA & LADY GAGA GRAMMY Performance of "Moth Into Flame"

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Update: Somebody fixed the audio. Watch that stream here. Metallica and Lady Gaga perform "Moth Into Flame" at the 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Unfortunately, it seemed like James' mic wasn't working. In a true rock and roll moment, they made it work and shared a mic. Download Metallica's "Moth Into Flame" on Amazon or iTunes.

Laverne Cox forgot to introduce Metallica, but has since apologized. Also, we learned the reasons for the sound issues at the beginning. Ultimately, it was a fun performance. Lady Gaga went all out, in her best heavy metal cosplay, including a (probably temporary) Metallica back tattoo. What did you think of the performance? Vote below.


In an interview earlier today, Kirk Hammett said he was apprehensive at first but praised Gaga's vocal range, saying she brings a new edge to Metallica's performance. Earlier this week, Lady Gaga said in an interview that Metallica "were playing better than they have in their whole lives." So there is love all around.

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Posted by Metal Injection on February 12, 2017 at 10:27 pm

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