Metallica’s Robert Trujillo shares a new video of him jamming at home

Robert Trujillo from METALLICA posts a new video of himself jamming at home

Metallica‘s Robert Trujillo He shared a short video of him fuming at home.

The guitarist uploaded a 1-minute clip to his profile Instagram Earlier today (Tuesday, January 11) the message included: “I’m just trying to get in my groove.chloetrujillo #groovy #jamsession”.

Trujillo, who was born on October 23, 1964 in Santa Monica, California, got a taste of success as a guitarist in Pioneers of Punk Funk. suicidal tendencies And Ozzy Osbournethe band. But in 2003, he passed the performance audition to take his place Jason Newsted in a Metallica, a process chronicled in the documentary warts-and-all “Sort of a monster”.

MetallicaThe much loved former guitarist Cliff Burton He died in 1986 when the band’s tour bus crashed while traveling through Sweden in “The Damage Inc Tour.” Support for “Master of Puppets”.

Trujillo Tell Shouted! In a 2016 interview he feels no pressure when compared to his low-income predecessors.

“Whether it is Jason or me or cliffWe are all different types of instrumentalists coming from different place, but we give the best to the band. “That’s all I ever do, just try and do my best and meet the song, to the music.”

Metallica confrontation leader James Hetfield praised and praised Trujillo During a 2017 interview with 94.5 buzz radio station, saying: “Who else can [have come in and done the job]? I mean, there were a few people we tested, I know. It might have worked for other people, but it’s hard to find people your age, for example; Kind of your upbringing, musically, obviously; Ability. They were on the road. It’s not like you’re having a baby for the first time, and it’s, “Oh my God!” It’s going through all the things you did twenty-five years ago. He has children. He is married. It’s just deserted, and it’s still attacking. And his personality is probably one of the best contributions, I think, to the band, because he’s so cold, he’s ready for anything, he’s always rehearsing. So it fits.”

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