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Thursday, January 20, 2022

Metallica puts on a show like no other in its legendary career

Metallica celebrated its 40th anniversary in a very timely manner.

The multi-platinum group, which includes drummer Lars Ulrich, lead guitarist Kirk Hammett, bassist Robert Trujillo and vocalist guitarist James Hetfield, literally rocked the years when they performed on Friday (December 17) at the Chase Center in San Francisco.

The band unveiled a set list unlike any other in their legendary career, touching on each of their albums – in chronological order – as it thrilled an audience of nearly 17,000.

It was a triumphant performance for a group that has definitely not lacked them since it started in Los Angeles in 1981.

And fans are waiting for another one when Metallica will perform again on Sunday (December 19) at the same venue.

Chase’s two sold-out shows are the main events during the Metallica San Francisco Takeover, a four-day city-wide celebration of the band’s 40th anniversary, which also includes a film festival, photo exhibit and a carefully curated cast of small shows with other performers. One such show was The Wedding Band, which also featured Hammett and Trujillo, who was scheduled to hit the stage late Friday night at the Fillmore in San Francisco.

Metallica, which moved to the Bay Area in 1983 after bassist and Castro Valley native Cliff Burton joined the band, warmed up the crowd with a slideshow of old photographs displayed on many ceiling screens.

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These photos sent fans on a tour of the band’s unprecedented career, from small club gigs to some of the world’s biggest stages, like – quite appropriately – AC / DC’s song “It’s a Long Way to the Top (If You Want Rock and Roll”). ). “

This was followed by the band’s usual opening number – “Ecstasy of Gold” by Ennio Morricone – only this time with the voice acting of “Aquaman” star Jason Momoa.

All of this caused the crowd to roar, even louder than before, when Metallica finally took the stage and lit Hit the Lights, which also turned out to be the very first version of the band’s very first album, 1983, Kill ‘Em All. … “

From that husky start, the band ventured straight into their second studio album, 1984’s Ride the Lightning, to take a double shot of longtime fan favorite Creeping Death and rarely performed Trapped Under Ice.

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