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For those of you schedule watching, you may have noticed a slight break in the action on this upcoming five-city Latin American tour... we can’t have that!! We thought it would be fun to take a slight detour between San Juan and Quito during those two days off and stop to visit our friends in Mexico City and pass on a little Hardwired... love. We’ll be there on October 27th and 28th chatting with a few journalists and playing the album for them and we want you to be a part of the action!
Metallica performed alongside Neil Young Saturday night at the annual Bridge School Benefit, with Young joining the heavy metal legends during their set to play Buffalo Springfield's "Mr. Soul."
Technically speaking, there were other acts on the bill besides Roger Waters and Metallica at the 2016 Bridge School Benefit concerts Oct. 22-23.
Yet, that might not be the way people end up remembering the occasion.
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First stop on the WorldWired tour, Puerto Rico! Crew loaded the gear into Coliseo De Puerto Rico yesterday, and the band flew in to preform soundcheck last night. (pics coming right up!)
If there’s one thing you can say about Metallica, the band definitely knows how to take a punch.
Have you been following Metallica on Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter this week? The boys have been hard at work with photo shoots, press interviews, and a video shoot for a song off the new album! Today the boys came down to Central Park to do a little soundcheck for the Global Citizen show tomorrow. Photos have been posted. Cya tomorrow!
Good afternoon from a sunny and warm day here in Central Park! The guys are arriving and getting settled in before their set! They will hit the stage around 6, so make sure to tune into MSNBC or streaming on YouTube to watch!
We just walked off the stage at the Global Citizen show in New York’s Central Park and we had such a blast that we’re going to keep the good vibes rolling by adding another show to our New York run! This Tuesday, September 27th, we’ll be playing a special show for our Fifth Members only at the intimate Webster Hall and if you’re a member you have a chance to pick up tickets and join us.
Tonight is the intimate show at Webster Hall! Pics from this morning are up.
Doors open at 6:30, Metallica goes on around 8pm. No Opening Act!!!
Band roared out with no intro tape and blasted into Breadfan! Then it was Holier straight into Battery. On to Harvester, and now it's Fade. 1st time ever played song is next!
Sine Fade, we had the band playing for the first time EVER, Moth Into Flame for the upcoming album! After Moth, it was Sad, Orion, and now One. Puppetz iz nextz!
What an amazing show here at Webster Hall. From the the time the band hit the stage till they walked off, it was wall to wall people yelling their faces off to every song. Orion was dedicated to Cliff, we had the live premiere of Moth, Breadfan and Holier for the first time in 3 years, Orion in two years, and the second ever performance of Hardwired! Full setlist is up, pics to come.
We all knew, right? 30 years.
Me, you, and (of course) them...
So what better a way to honor Cliff than to go back to the front and play an old school club/small theater like New York City’s Webster Hall in front of a fan club audience (with some old friends too) and deliver an old school basher, a thrasher, a teeth gnasher, and a huge fat aural baseball bat reminder of what Metallica does. Not that the show date was planned as such, no no, but the serendipity of its timing could not have been better.
What, you wonder, was this exclusive (apparently very exclusive if some of the ticket scalp tweets I saw were accurate) gig really like? Was it really worth it? Was it really all that?
Yeah. Yeah it was. You see, the whole night was like a ginormous, positive time-warp, as if the entire jam-packed, heaving throng of sweaty Webster Hall-ites all stepped into a giant Tardis…
When Metallica took the stage at New York City's Webster Hall, a venue that's minuscule by Metallica standards with a capacity of 1,500, they simply walked on. There was no intro video. They did not play their trademark Spaghetti Western opening music. They didn't even have an opening band. The guitar techs were in plain sight on the sides of the stage. They were simply four unassuming guys, ready to rock.
The sheer amount of people camped outside the 1,000-ish capacity Webster Hall that don't even have a ticket tells you everything you need to know about the level of Big Deal tonight's gig is. Metallica, a band that have made a habit out of last-minute guerrilla shenanigans, are capping off a packed two-week promo sit-in in New York with their most intimate show in years, with only fanclub members and fortunate blaggers able to make their way in