In this Sept. 24, 2016, file photo, musicians Robert Trujillo, left, James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett of Metallica perform at the 2016 Global Citizen Festival in Central Park in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)
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U.S. rock group Metallica's new album, 'Hardwired ... to Self-Destruct', could be their best ever, according to bassist Robert Trujillo, but guitarist Kirk Hammett will always be left feeling something was missing.Hammett's contribution to the band's tenth studio album, and first in eight years, was scaled back after he lost a phone containing scores of riffs during writing sessions.Despite the disappointment, Hammett believed that Metallica were enjoying a strong creative run and that there was more to come from the group, who formed in 1981 and have produced famed songs including 'Enter Sandman'.
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