With more than 20,000 people in attendance, Metallica set a record with their show Monday at T-Mobile Arena. A spokesperson for MGM Resorts says the attendance of 20,428 fans at Monday's concert is the venue's most-attended music event to date.
Nov 29, 2018Idaho Statesman: Metallica played a concert in Boise last night, and your grandma loved it
When Metallica first steamrolled into Boise for a concert in 1989, this was a band that frightened your mom. Angered your pastor. Made your dog scurry under the porch when the neighborhood stoner cruised past in his Camaro blasting “Kill ’Em All.”
Metallica is set to release an LP titled Helping Hands: Live & Acoustic at the Masonic on Feb. 1 consisting of songs performed at their acoustic benefit concert in San Francisco earlier this month.
In early November, Metallica played an unlikely acoustic set at the Masonic in San Francisco as part of the Helping Hands Concert and Auction. All proceeds from the event went toward the All Within My Hands Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by the band, raising more than US$1.3 million.
The double-LP release, Helping Hands … Live & Acoustic at the Masonic, will officially come out on February 1st but, as part of Giving Tuesday, it’s available for preorder now. It features two colored LPs on heavyweight 140-gram vinyl and a download card. All net proceeds go to the All Within My Hands Foundation. It will also be available at independent record stores and digitally next year.
Nov 27, 2018Consequence of Sound: Metallica to release Helping Hands… Live & Acoustic at The Masonic album
The announcement and pre-order launch comes on Giving Tuesday (November 27th), an initiative to create an international day of charitable giving. Proceeds from the release will benefit Metallica’s All Within My Hands Foundation, which aims to “fight hunger and to assist in creating sustainable communities through workforce education.”
Metallica continued their WorldWired Tour in support of 2016’s Hardwired… To Self-Destruct to the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Monday night.
Nov 23, 2018Glide Magazine: 25 YEARS AGO TODAY- METALLICA RELEASE FIRST LIVE LP ‘LIVE SH*T: BINGE & PURGE’ (WATCH/LISTEN “WHIPLASH”)
25 years ago today (11/23/93), Metallica released ‘Live Sh*t: Binge & Purge’ their first live LP. Released in a box set format on November 23, 1993. The initial first pressings contained three CDs or cassette tapes, with songs from concerts in Mexico City on the Nowhere Else to Roam tour, as well as three VHS tapes while a newer version contains two DVDs from concerts in San Diego on the Wherever We May Roam Tour and Seattle on the Damaged Justice Tour. Watch and listen to “Whiplash” from the San Diego portion of the set.
Nov 22, 2018Independent: The 40 best albums to listen to before you die, from Dark Side of the Moon to Illmatic
Despite not featuring any singles, Metallica’s third album was the UK rock radio breakthrough they’d been looking for.
As Mark Twain once said, “Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.” The same can be said of Metallica’s music: while some bands’ catalogs leave you worn out, the thrash titans’ albums only make you want more every time you listen to them.
The band's All Within My Hands foundation has donated $100,000 toward wildfire relief in Metallica's home state, the charity announced Friday. "Sadly once again communities in California are experiencing historically devastating wild fires in both the Northern and Southern parts of the state," said the statement.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Metallica announced Friday that it made a $100,000 donation towards relief efforts in California as the state continues to be ravaged by wildfires.
Metallica have revealed they are donating $100,000 from their own charitable foundaiton to help relief efforts after California was devastated by some of the worst wildfires in the state's history.
California rock band Metallica has donated $100,000 to the North Valley Community Foundation and Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation through its All Within My Hands non-profit and is encouraging its world-wide fanbase to donate what they can.
Metallica, the biggest Bay Area band of all time, continues to give back to communities in California. The group’s All Within My Hands foundation has just donated $100,000 to fire relief efforts in the state.
Nov 16, 2018Alternatvie Press: METALLICA’S CHARITY MAKES GENEROUS DONATION FOR CALIFORNIA WILDFIRE RELIEF
Metallica’s charity foundation, All Within My Hands, has made a generous donation following the devastating results of the raging California wildfires. The foundation has donated $100,000 to aid relief.
Early in the assortment of riffs, demos and works-in-progress versions of the songs that would become Metallica’s ...And Justice for All, part of the new box set celebrating the record’s 30th anniversary, is a clip of what, in time, would become “One.”
Metallica's All Within My Hands Foundation has donated $50,000 to both the North Valley Community Foundation and the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation to help victims of the California wildfires -- but the relief efforts need more help.
Metallica announced Friday that the band, through their All Within My Hands foundation, had donated $100,000 toward wildfire relief efforts in California. The heavy metal legends also encouraged fans to “support those in need and first responders.”
When Lars Ulrich reflects on Metallica’s massive Damaged Justice tour now, he marvels that they were able to pull it off at all. “No band as extreme as ours had ever done a full arena tour,” he says. “So it was definitely a crapshoot, and it paid off.”
Nov 12, 2018Rolling Stone: Review: Metallica’s Breakthrough LP ‘…And Justice For All’ Gets A Revealing Deep-Reissue
Metallica became a force to be reckoned with on … And Justice for All, their fourth album and first after the death of bassist Cliff Burton.
There were two very special elements to the concert on November 3. First, Metallica played the set acoustically, which is a rare treat. Second, every instrument played that night was auctioned after the show to the highest bidder, with all the proceeds going to the AWMH Foundation.