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Lars Ulrich mini bio:
Lars Ulrich was born on 26th December 1963 in Gentofte, Denmark. He and james Hetfield formed the band Metallica. He named his band, Metallica because his fruiend happened to be looking for ideas to create a heavy metal fanzine. He is skilled in playing fast thrash drum beats. Many of his early songs including Battery, and Ride the Lightning feature fast thras drum beats. He became famous for his unique drum techniques. He played double bass drum in the song “One”, He reduced his drum kit to 7 piece after the album Metallica was released. He had changed his drumming styles over the years. He is good in drum synchronously wit the guitar of James Hetfield. Later, he simplified his drumming style so that his music has a more simple style. His first film appearance is in HBO's Hemingway & Gelihorn. The film was released on the 28th May 2012. He is the main role of the documentary film, Mission to Lars.
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