Cliff 'Em All, Metallica's first video, is a tribute to late original bassist Cliff Burton. James Hetfield describes it as "a compilation of bootleg footage shot by sneaky Metallifux, stuff... See full summary »
A live Metallica concert backed by a 80 piece symphony orchestra, conducted by Michael Kamen. Two songs are debuted, "- Human" and "No Leaf Clover". A documentary is included. It also was released on audio CD.
In 2010, for the first time ever, four giants of metal shared one stage for seven European shows. "Big Four," Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax, the final night, at the Sonisphere ... See full summary »
A documentary crew followed Metallica for the better part of 2001-2003, a time of tension and release for the rock band, as they recorded their album St. Anger, fought bitterly, and sought the counsel of their on-call shrink.
This DVD contains many never-seen-before interviews of Metal icons METALLICA, exploring the true lives of these larger-than-life heroes. The footage reveals how the biggest phenomena in the... See full summary »
Metallica Live in Nimes, France - over 2 hours of the greatest hits live in a breathtaking Roman Coliseum. After the global destruction that was the Death Magnetic tour, in July 2009 the ... See full summary »
DVD 1 was filmed in San Diego in 1992 during the 'Nowhere Left to Roam' tour promoting 'The Black Album'. This is the weaker of the two DVDs although it is amazing. An amazing opening two of 'Enter Sandman' and 'Creeping Death' sends us all into a frenzy. The concert, obviously, concentrates on 'Black Album' a lot more, with 'Enter Sandman', 'Sad But True', 'The Unforgiven', 'Wherever I May Roam', 'Nothing Else Matters', 'Through The Never' and 'Of Wolf And Man' all being played live. Of all of these, 'Enter Sandman' and 'Wherever I May Roam' were the most impressive. From 'Kill Em All' they played an outstanding 'Seek and Destroy', 'The Four Horsemen' and the rip roaring 'Whiplash' which gets the whole crowd singing along. From 'Ride The Lightning', we had the best Metallica song ever 'Fade to Black' which was wonderful to hear, 'For Whom The Bell Tolls' is always a classic live and 'Creeping Death' features the entire band in FINE form. From 'Master of Puppets', we had 'Battery' towards the end, a sadly shortened version of 'Master of Puppets' an AMAZING version of 'Welcome Home (Sanitarium)' which was exeptional. But, the '...And Justice For All' stuff gave us the REAL highlights, with an amazing mix of stuff in the 'Justice Medley'. 'Harvester of Sorrow' was a stomping rocker and 'One' was vintage stuff. And the rest ? We had some covers in there that included the amazing 'Stone Cold Crazy', 'Last Caress', 'So What' and 'Am I Evil?'. This part deserved 9/10 with a point taken away for the disappointing bass and guitar solo.
DVD 2 is a pure gem for all Metallica fans. The 1989 gig in Seattle from the 'Harvester of Sorrow' tour. Some of the above songs were played, taking away the 'Black Album' stuff, and with songs that were NOT on the last one, like 'Blackened', 'And Justice For All', 'Breadfan' and the COMPLETE 'Master of Puppets'. 'Blackened' WAS the highlight of this set and an EASY 10/10 DVD. Well done to the Tallica boys for this amazing set.
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