They should've picked a more appropriate aquatic creature for their logo. Like a Piscicola geometra.
Rumblefish recently made headlines for claiming the music rights to a video that was nothing more than a microchip, an American flag, and the song "America The Beautiful." And, while we have to admit that nothing says "American patriotism" quite like claiming to own stuff you obviously don't, it's pretty hard to deny that "America The Beautiful" was written back in the early 20th century and has been in the public domain for decades. And if you're thinking that maybe the recording had been copyrighted, no dice: The performance was by the U.S. Navy Band, and therefore legally uncopyrightable.
Presumably, Lars Ulrich plays "support our troops" rallies very begrudgingly.
We'd be willing to chalk this one up to a big misunderstanding (who among us has never mistaken the U.S. Navy Band for Ray Charles?), except for the fact that, a few years earlier, Rumblefish tried to claim the music rights to a video whose only soundtrack was live-recorded bird noises. So, unless Rumblefish is genetically engineering their own massive army of birds in hopes of pop-chart domination, we're gonna call bullshit. (The company CEO later said it was a series of mistakes that led to the false claim.)