On May 17, 1989, Metallica wrapped up a two-night stint at the Koseinekin Hall in Osaka, Japan. This would be the second - and to date, the final - performance in Osaka for the band, and at the time, the fifth time the band toured Japan. In this download, fans will get classic performances of hits like 'Harvester of Sorrow,' 'One' and 'Seek & Destroy,' but most notable is '...And Justice for All.'
In the middle of an insanely busy decade, Metallica never slowed down. Already releasing a huge live box set and four studio albums, the band was gearing up for the release of 'S&M.' While other bands might want to take a breather, Metallica found themselves in Europe in the middle of a worldwide tour, all leading up to their epic performance at Woodstock '99 in July.
Touring North America with Guns N' Roses and Faith No More, Metallica co-headlined 25 stadium shows between July and October in 1992. Aside from being a flat-out epic touring year, 1992 would go down in 'Tallica history for another reason...
As part of the 2003 edition of Metallica's Summer Sanitarium Tour - the first tour ran in 2000 - this week's free download comes out of the sunny state of Florida. On July 13, 2003, Metallica played the Citrus Bowl and featured classic hits like 'Master of Puppets' and 'Creeping Death,' but also displayed their brand new tunes (at that time) 'St...
Did you know that you can legally download live Metallica concerts online? Since March 2, 2004, Metallica have been recording their concerts and making them available for fans to buy online from an official website dedicated only to the live shows. On top of the shows fans can pay for to download, the band has also opened up their vault to certain shows that fans can get for free!
In the pursuit of maintaining their status as the greatest rock and roll band of all time, Metallica are currently in the process of creating their first 3D movie. For a band that has created its own two-day music festival, it only makes sense that they set their sights on Hollywood as their next target of dominance.
For months, Metallica has been excitedly telling their fans all about their latest plan to continue dominating the world of rock and roll: a 3D movie focused on Metallica's live show!