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Video: Rock Out With Lars Ulrich, James Hetfield in Activision’s ‘Guitar Hero: Metallica’

GH: Metallica

CHICAGO – “Guitar Hero: Metallica” was unleashed on the world on Sunday, March 29th, 2009 and while we plan our review of this rocking title, we thought we’d share with you the launch trailer that Activision unveiled on that day. Check out Lars Ulrich, James Hetfield, and the rest of the gang as they rock out to your favorite Metallica tunes and come back for all your breaking “Guitar Hero” news, video, and reviews.

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