Metallica tackles rarities at second 40th anniversary show
After taking fans on a chronological tour through their discography on their first 40th anniversary show on Friday, there was only one place for Metallica on the second night: to come back to the fore.
The Metal Giants returned to the Chase Center in their native San Francisco last night for their second and final live-broadcast 40th anniversary concert. The band delivered another career spanning performance that included at least one song from each of their 10 studio albums, as well as a cover of âAm I Evil?â by Diamond Head. and the single single “I Disappear”, which became the subject of Metallica’s infamous Napster lawsuit.
You can see the full roster and videos from the show below.
As the night we started with Kill them all‘s “Hit the Lights” and ended with Wired … to self-destruct“Spit Out the Bone”, the second night started with the Cable title and worked backwards in the Metallica catalog, resulting in the dubbing of “Whiplash” and “Seek & Destroy”. They revisited several songs they hadn’t performed live in about a decade, including Magnetic of Death‘s “The end of the line”, Holy wrath‘s “dirty window” and Load‘s “Bleeding Me” and “Wasting My Hate”.
The set list also contained many vintage hits and deep cuts, including “Master of Puppets”, “Enter Sandman”, “Fade to Black” and “Harvester of Sorrow”. Notably, Metallica didn’t rehearse a single song from the first night.
Metallica has partnered with the Coda Collection to broadcast live the two Chase Center performances around the world as part of the Metallica 40th Anniversary Live event, available for free through Amazon Music, Amazon Music’s Twitch channel, and Prime Video. Fans who missed the live broadcasts can replay the shows from December 24-27, no Prime subscription required.
“It only took us 40 years to get here, so welcome to the first 40 years”, James Hetfield Recount the audience last night. âYou are such a big part of why we’re still here doing this. You energize us. You give us love. You give us so much to keep doing what we were created here to do. . We love you. “
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Watch Metallica perform “Dirty Window” on December 19th, 2021
Watch Metallica perform ‘Whiplash’ on December 19th, 2021
Metallica, December 19, 2021, San Francisco
2. “The End of the Line” (first time since 2010)
3. “Dirty Window” (first time since 2011)
4. “I disappear” (first time since 2013)
5. “Am I mean? Â»(First full performance since 2011)
6. “The memory remains”
8. “Bleeding Me” (first full performance since 2011)
9. “Wasting My Hate” (first time live since 2011)
10. “The unforgiven”
11. “Enter Sandman”
12. “Harvester of Sorrow”
13. “Puppet master”
14. “Fade to black”
16. “Seek and destroy”
Classified Metallica Albums
There are moments of indecision when compiling this gallery of Metallica albums, ranked from worst to best. After all, we really could have had – for the very first time – a three-way tie for first place.