Metallica & Co. brings Metal to the masses again.Heavy metal is a funny thing. The technical prowess is self-evident while providing a catharsis powered by controlled aggression. Even though the content should be strong enough to be considered provocative, its still just slightly over the top to be taken seriously.
Even after years of playing to rage-filled metalheads, Metallicas next gig may well put them face-to-face with their toughest audience ever: massive glaciers and adorable penguins. This December, Coca-Cola Zero will ship the band down to Antarctica for what will be only the second concert ever on the continent.
The lights are blinding, the sweat is flying and its loud. Very loud.For a fan of Metallica, its close to fulfilling the impossible wish: to be right on stage with the rockers as they tear through their greatest hits.
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Rousing concert performances by the heavy metal band are intercut with a mini-drama about a Metallica fan on an unexplained, violence-filled mission
While gearing up to play their coldest show ever when they head to Antarctica next month, Metallica is already looking ahead to warmer days. Next summer, the band will embark on their Metallica by Request tour, in which ticket purchasers will get to vote on the set list. Fans will get to choose 17 of the nearly 140 songs from the bands 30-plus-year existence, but the metal legends will pick one of their own: a brand, spanking new one. The band is indeed working on a new album and will use this tour to test its legs.
Great huge roar as the band took the stage here at The O2 for the opening song of Hardwired! Nest it was Atlas and Seek. Never is on now!
A coalition of Bay Area business and community leaders have joined forces to organize a major fundraising campaign supporting recovery efforts for the recent firestorm that swept through Northern California, kick-started by a concert featuring Metallica, G-Eazy and Dave Matthews at AT&T Park scheduled for Nov. 9.
October 3 Update: One more show! That’s right, thanks to YOU we have been lucky enough to extend our stay in Copenhagen and have added a fourth and final show for the February run. Our last night celebrating the opening of Royal Arena will be Thursday, February 9, 2017 and tickets, along with enhanced experiences and travel packages, are available NOW for Fifth Members only until 3:00 PM CET today. Log in as we’ve set aside some tickets and experiences just for you.
General tickets, enhanced experiences, and travel packages will be on sale tomorrow, October 4th at 10:00 AM CET through ticketmaster.dk.
Since Dead, we heard Dream, Bellz, Halo, Evil, Fuel, Moth, and Sad is on now. One is next!
Antwerp is on a roll now, with Creep, Moth, Sad, and One. Puppetz is up... NOW!!!
Tonight the good people at the Recording Academy announced their picks for the highlights of the year in music and we're honored to be included. "Death Magnetic" has been nominated in the Best Rock Album and Best Recording Package categories, while "Suicide and Redemption" gets the nod in the Best Rock Instrumental Performance area and "My Apocalypse" goes up for Best Metal Performance. And a big congrats to Rick Rubin, who was also nominated for Producer of the Year.
If you're so inclined to watch, the show will broadcast on Sunday, February 8th 2009 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
For over two decades, show designer and director Dan Braun has been helping to conceive, create, and execute Metallica’s exciting and inspirational live productions. Steffan Chirazi discusses the WorldWired production with a man who insists he is only one piece of the puzzle.
It's been 34 years since Metallica hit the scene – and hit it hard – with "Kill 'Em All," a groundbreaking moment in the history of thrash, a more extreme breed of metal that took what the New Wave of British Heavy Metal bands had done and ran it through the even greater need for speed that dominated hardcore punk.
Metallica. The name says it all. Coming live to Southern California in my favorite town, San Diego. I’ve been a longtime fan of this band since 1983.
You can’t imagine the thrill it was to get the approval to shoot and cover the show. Not knowing what to expect from the venue (Petco Park) or the band, I was as ready as I could have been.
You have to be nice because, gosh darn it, those little whipper-snappers are still cute in fourth grade. But they are starting to grow up fast, so you have to be blunt at times, too, to make sure they understand boundaries. You also have to give them their grades up front. So I'll do the same for Metallica and all their fans and haters.
Since Bellz we had Halo, Blitzkrieg, Memory, Moth and Sad just finished. One is one now, with Puppetz next!
We’re coming down the home stretch before the North American WorldWired tour starts in Baltimore next week and we are beyond excited to see all of you out there on our first proper tour of this part of the world since 2009. To kick off the celebrations, we’re inviting you to get a sneak peak of what to expect this summer by checking out our rehearsal the night before the first show via the magic of streaming video on Facebook Live. In a little show very cleverly titled “Now That We’re Live” we’ll bring rehearsals on Tuesday, May 9th live to your computer, tablet, mobile device or any other way you reach the internet at 9:00 PM EDT.
Tonight we are at the Genting Arena in Birmingham (formally known as the NEC) Doors open at 6, Kevelertak hit the stage at 7:20, and the 'Tallica boys go on around 8:30.