Metallica Looks For A New Gig In SportsCenter Promo

The heavy metal rockstars are looking for a job... any ideas?

  • In brief
  • This Is SportsCenter - Metallica

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  • UPROXX has the details....

    The following is an excerpt from The Guys From Metallica Are Looking For Jobs In The Latest 'This Is SportsCenter' Ad

    The SportsCenter ads are always the best for the random cameos and clever workplace banter, and this brand new Metallica spot is no different. With legendary New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera enjoying retirement, the band suddenly has nothing to do, because we are to believe that James Hetfield and Co. were somehow traveling with Mo and playing “Enter Sandman” every time that he entered a game during his storied career.

  • Spin lauds their self-deprecation...

    The following excerpt is from Metallica Are Out of Work in a 'SportsCenter' Promo

    Even though Lars Ulrich always comes off as plenty serious and stoic about that whole file-sharing thing, Metallica keep demonstrating a pretty impressive amount of self-awareness about their image as they settle into heavy metal middle age. After responding to Glastonbury beef with a goofy (and gory) short film about bear hunting, the Los Angeles quartet emerges again with a SportsCenter promo that displays a surprising sense of humor.

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