Lars Ulrich is proud of his son Taipei Houston’s band

(image: Barry Brecheisen)

Metallic drummer Lars Ulrich just added a new photo to her official Instagram account to celebrate her son Myles‘ birthday, congratulating them for their work on their group Taipei Houston.

Taipei Houston is a new group launched by the Ulrich brothers, Myles and Layne Ulrichwho is the son of Metallic co-founder Lars Ulrich. No doubt their father, a heavy metal legend Lars Ulrich, led them to expose their passion for music. Playing their very first gig last September at Alex’s Bar in California, the band has been active and creating new things for their fans since September 2021.

One of these founding members, Myles Ulrich spent time at Berklee College Of Music. In the footsteps of his father, Myles is currently the band’s drummer. Although it was not easy to be the son of the drummer of Metallic, Lars Ulrichwhich is an important part of one of the best heavy metal bands in the world, Taipei Houston easily earned positive reviews from critics.

However, recently, Lars Ulrich sent a special message to his son Myles Ulrich using their social media account. Writing comforting words for her son, MylesLars also congratulated his sons by mentioning their group, Taipei Houston.

(image: Lars Ulrich IG)

“Warface Nation in full effect,” Lars said.

“Happy Birthday Myles! Another loop around the sun, 24 in total. Lots of attitude, ability, determination, drive, good vibes and positive energy are with you on your journey through life and music. proud to see you being there to make things happen and the results of all the hard work and effort with @taipei_houston are coming to fruition.

“I love you Mom!”

Lars Ulrich praises Taipei Houston

In 2020, Lars Ulrich once again congratulated his sons Taipei Houston during his interview with Rolling Stone. He said “this crazy Blue Cheer, crazy, garage-rock version of ‘Eleanor Rigby’ three minutes long.

“Obviously there were some amazing versions of ‘Eleanor Rigby’ along the way, but I’m pretty sure there was never one that had that kind of sound, that kind of feel, that kind of energy and madness. I was like, ‘You know what, boys? You made me proud.'”

In June 2022, Taipei Houston members Layne and Myles Ulrich interviewed with Concert Pipeline to discuss the future of their band. They announcement by the time the band’s debut album “is finished”.

“We wrote the majority of an album that we’ve now finished, and we’re figuring out how to play it all live because we just recorded it all,” Myles Ulrich said.

“And because we both play so much guitar and all the instruments, it was, like, ‘Why don’t we just cut it down and do this crazy two-piece thing instead of trying to find more people “Who do you hang out with and the vibe is good? Why don’t we keep it simple and weird?”

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