It's a good time to be a Metallica fan.

In 10 days, they've released eight live videos from their South American run of shows and we're guessing they're going to keep sharing more and more as they keep touring the world this year.

Most recently, Metallica shared two songs from their gig at Estacionamento da Fiergs in Porto Alegre, Brazil, on May 5, 2022—"Blackened" and "No Remorse." You can watch them both, at full volume, below.

Watch Metallica Perform "Blackened" in Porto Alegre

"Blackened" was never released as a single from ...And Justice For All, but ever since Metallica debuted it onstage on Sept. 11, 1988, in Budapest, it's been a fan favorite in their live sets. Since that first performance, they've played it 500 times and they even released their acoustic version of the song as the first 12-inch record in the Metallica Vinyl Club.

Watch Metallica Perform "No Remorse" in Porto Alegre

"No Remorse" is an even rarer song to see at a Metallica show, having only been played a little more than 230 times since 1982. Before Metallica's show in Porto Alegre, the last time they pulled out the Kill 'Em All tune was on Dec. 5, 2018, in Portland, Oregon.

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If that wasn't enough metal for you, Metallica have also made this show in Brazil available to stream and download on nugs.net and LiveMetallica.com. In addition to these killer performances of "Blackened" and "No Remorse," throwing in "Harvester of Sorrow" near the beginning of the set was a nice surprise by 'Tallica.

Metallica have officially finished their South American tour with their May 12 show in Belo Horizonte, Brazil; next up is BottleRock in Napa, Calif., followed by Boston Calling in Massachusetts. Grab their full tour schedule here.

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Some of Our Favorite Live Photos of Kirk Hammett

Kirk Hammett is a shredder, plain and simple. Or more specifically, he's a ripper. The Ripper.

Whether you're listening to him ripping or watching videos or staring at photos, one thing is obvious: this guy is a six-string master. While we could never create a collection that covers Hammett's entire history with Metallica, we've picked a handful of some of our favorite photos over the last 20 years showing the guitarist rocking out and having fun.

Some of Our Favorite Live Photos of Lars Ulrich

As iconic as James Hetfield is, as much of a shredder as Kirk Hammett is and as crazy as Robert Trujillo is onstage, there might be no member more associated with Metallica than Lars Ulrich.

Afterall, he's the reason the band even exists. He's a major part of the songwriting process. He's the voice that stood up for Metallica and musicians across the globe in the wake of Napster.

After hours and hours of rifling through photos of Ulrich, we whittled this list down to just a few of our favorite live shots from the last 20 years. Of course, there's no way to encapsulate Ulrich in a mere photograph, but as you will no doubt be able to tell, you can get pretty close.

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