Friday, April 03, 2009

Metal Militia

T-Minus leaving for the airport...

NPR station KPCC has done a piece about what's going down in Cleveland this weekend. If you wanna know what Umlaut's voice sounds like recorded, here you go:


[IE, ARTS: The origins of LA-SF band Metallica on eve of R-N-R Hof induction]

Tomorrow [SAT] night’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony includes a heavy metal band that got its start in Los Angeles. Metallica was born here in 1981 – but didn’t stay long. A year later, the band moved to San Francisco, where a thriving underground network of tape traders, music writers and DJs helped push the band to stardom. And in the middle of it all was KPCC’s own Steven Cuevas.

Click HERE to listen to the piece.