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Metallica’s James Hetfield voicing wildlife series

Metallica’s James Hetfield voicing wildlife series

BROWN BEAR:James Hetfield is lending his vocals to something other than rock and roll. Photo: Associated Press

Metallica frontman James Hetfield is set to narrate a new documentary series about the hunting of brown bears.

The heavy metal rocker lends his voice to new show “The Hunt,” which charts the history of brown bears on the Alaskan island of Kodiak and examines the changing relationship between the animals and humans in the area.

The program, which will run for eight episodes, will premiere on June 8.

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