Official MetOnTour video recap of METALLICA‘s August 10 appearance at the Summer Sonic festival in Tokyo, Japan can be seen below. The 20-minute clip includes band at rehearsal the night before, guitarist Kirk Hammett in the meet-and-greet with a big fan, and a performance of “Welcome Home (Sanitarium)” from the show.
The band’s setlist was as follows:01. Hit The Lights 02. Master Of Puppets 03. Holier Than Thou 04. The Four Horsemen 05. The Day That Never Comes 06. Carpe Diem Baby 07. I Disappear 08. Sad But True 09. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) 10. Orion 11. One 12. For Whom The Bell Tolls 13. Blackened 14. Nothing Else Matters 15. Enter Sandman
Encore:16. Creeping Death 17. Battery 18. Seek Destroy
METALLICA has revealed the details of “Metallica Through The Never (Music From The Motion Picture)”, the soundtrack companion to the forthcoming groundbreaking 3D feature film “Metallica Through The Never”. The two-disc CD set will be released on the band’s own record label Blackened Recordings on September 24 and highlights last year’s career spanning sets at Rexall Place in Edmonton and Rogers Arena in Vancouver, where the band filmed all performance footage featured in the film. The soundtrack is available for digital pre-order tonight at midnight EST and both the CD and digital album will be available at all retailers. There will also be a vinyl edition of the soundtrack album available in both 33 1/3RPM and special limited numbered 45RPM versions later in the fall.
“Metallica Through The Never” stars METALLICA, one of the most popular, influential rock bands in history. In this music-driven, 3D motion picture event, award-winning filmmaker Nimród Antal immerses audiences in a bracing, raw and visceral cinematic experience with spectacular live performance footage of METALLICA‘s most iconic songs — created exclusively for film — combined with a bold, narrative story featuring imagery drawn from the band’s trailblazing iconography. Dane DeHaan portrays Trip, a young roadie sent on an urgent mission, during METALLICA‘s roaring live set in front of a sold-out arena. The film features dazzling pyrotechnics, the most elaborate live-performance stage ever built and state-of-the-art 3-D photography, captured using up to 24 cameras simultaneously.