Who's to Blame for Metallica's Technical Issues at Grammys

14 February, 2017, 00:25 | Author: Warren Cooper
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Setting up their performance of "Moth Into Flame", Cox announced: "Ladies and gentleman, all my gender non-binary people watching tonight, eight-time Grammy award winners and six-time Grammy victor, Lady Gaga".

Wearing a very risqué cut-out jacket that showcased her ample assets and toned stomach, Gaga certainly wanted to make a statement on the night. She was dazzling, of course, blowing out some goddess-level metal vocals and striking all the badass rock-poster poses.

Ch-ch-check out their performance (above)! Metallica lead singer James Hetfield mic screwed up as he was singing "Moth into Flames" and the audience was unable to listen to the audio. I don't know what's sadder, people who make fun of Lady Gaga for minor imperfects or the fact that Kirk Hammett looks like he's turning into Rafiki in his old age.

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The barely-there outfit allowed the hitmaker to show off her large "tattoo" of a death-stead hawkmoth ahead of performing with Metallica. In case you forgot (but, really, how could you forget?) the singer started her glam show by repelling down to the stage in a metallic long-sleeved leotard - complete with giant shoulder pads. This time it was alongside Metallica, a seemingly odd pairing that nevertheless produced some fascinating results. The sound issues were never completely resolved but as they say, "the show must go on".

Metallica is also coming off a successful run with their latest record, Hardwired to Self-Destruct, an album described as a "return to gut-punching form" by the Ringer.

The pop star ended the performance by diving into the crowd. It means a lot to me. We reached out the Grammys, but no word back yet.

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