Our new friend Nameless Ghoul is a Ultimate fan of Metallica. Before to coming friend with James Hetfield, he was meet him, in a very embarrassing circumstances.
“Metallica is the best group in the world ! I have not yet had time to savor their new album in its proper way, but I am happy to know that they are alive and in the great shape. It means above all that they will turn, and therefore we will have the opportunity to cross them on the road. James Hetfield was one of the first Ghost supports. I have had the opportunity to meet him on numerous occasions and since then we have been exchanging messages regularly. The first time I was introduced, the situation was quite surreal. We were in the lodge changing us, and now James Hetfield appears suddently to say hello. And you know what ?! I was in underwear! It was the most embarrassing situation of my life ! I was there in underwear facing my idol of all time ! The anguish !”
Eight years after The Age Of The Understatement’s release, Alex Turner and Miles Kane are finally back together for professional, Last Shadow Puppets-related purposes as they get ready to release the follow-up, Everything You’ve Come To Expect. In place of 2008′s bashfully giggling 21-year-old moptops, though, sit a pair of coolly confident transatlantic rock stars. Dressed in stonewashed double-denim and still sporting an impressively coiffered quiff, Turner boasts the sort of stocky shoulders that suggest a gym membership is being well-used. Kane, meanwhile, has shaved his head and is wearing his shirt half-unbuttoned to reveal a selection of gold medallions and all-over tan that indicates, two albums into his solo career, life on the US West Coast is suiting the Wirral native just fine.
The next picture she posted, uncaptioned since she couldn’t think of anything to say that didn’t sound stupid, was of an article in a skating magazine, a single coreopsis bloom next to the large picture of the article’s focus, Phichit Chulanont.
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