Think that The Beatles and Metallica are musically worlds apart? Beatallica will prove you wrong with Sgt. Hetfield's Motorbreath Pub Band!"
Although the Beatles certainly had some "heavy" moments (e.g. "Helter Skelter," "Revolution," or "I Want You (She's So Heavy)") they are certainly not considered a metal band. And on the other side of the coin, Metallica is not considered a pop band. But then along comes Beatallica, and the lines between both acts have been erased - as heard throughout their first official, fully authorized album Sgt. Hetfield's Motorbreath Pub Band. Comprised of members Jaymz Lennfield (vocals, guitar), Grg Hammettson (guitar), Kliff McBurtney (bass), and Ringo Larz (drums), Beatallica has been converting naysayers into believers for years, having made fans throughout the world with such renowned head-bangers as Dream Theater's Mike Portnoy and Anthrax's Scott Ian.
Originally coming to the attention of head-bangers everywhere with their internet story, which resulted in a million hits to their website and a legion of supporters, Beatallica has signed on with the Universal/Fontana distributed label Oglio Records, to release the fully authorized and newly recorded Sgt. Hetfield's Motorbreath Pub Band. As evidenced by such song titles as "…And Justice For All My Loving," "Leper Madonna," and "Ktulu (He's So Heavy)," the quartet's knack for combining both of these music giants together remains as sharp as ever. Not just a studio creation, Beatallica has amassed a huge following throughout the world due to their fun, hard rocking live shows. They've played shows with such metal heavyweights as Motorhead, and have even headlined open-air festivals themselves.
Intended for ages 16 and up.