Video features outtakes from upcoming indie film 'The Intervention'
Drummer previews 'Hardwired ... to Self-Destruct' LP hours after putting out lead single "Hardwired"
Lars Ulrich announces 'Hardwired ... to Self-Destruct' LP for November on Facebook Live broadcast
Collection includes handwritten lyrics, postcards and photos from between 1968 and 1971 when band defined heavy metal
Nate Parker was acquitted of rape in 1999, but he has had to address and face revelations regarding case ahead of film's release
Band will live-stream concert on Pandora this weekend
Popular commentator and creator of 'The McLaughlin Group' hosted show for 34 years
Items date back to late Sixties when band was known as Earth
Material, recorded day before 9/11, will feature on posthumous release 'I Kinda Like It When a Lotta People Die'
Teenager Finn Wolfhard plays Mike Wheeler on hit Netflix show
"He told me the night before he hadn't eaten in two days," singer says
"People are going, 'I'm voting for Hillary 'cause I hate Trump,'" says singer, who put out new version of 1972 hit "Elected" this year
U.S. government refuses to reclassify marijuana from Schedule I list, though restrictions on where pot can be grown for medical research will be loosened
New ABKCO collection will include band's discography from early Sixties through 1969 alongside compilation of singles and non-album songs
Indie-rock luminaries also discuss Black Sabbath, Neil Young, My Bloody Valentine and more during freewheeling chat