This week, Metallica‘s ongoing vintage video series, dubbed “Metallica Mondays,” featured the band’s set from their September 14, 2011 show at New York’s Yankee Stadium. The show was the last of the “Big Four” events featuring Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, and Anthrax.
Blabbermouth reported during the concert’s encores, “Overkill” featured a full stage including Kerry King, Dave Lombardo, Gary Holt, David Ellefson, Chris Broderick, Shawn Drover, Scott Ian, Rob Caggiano, Frank Bello, Charlie Benante, and Joey Belladonna.
The relationship between Metallica and the band’s original guitarist, Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine, has often been portrayed as a testy one, although Lars Ulrich told us that all the reports of animosity have been overblown: [“I mean, so much has been made of these relationships, and certainly speaking for myself, Dave and I have two separate relationships — one that exists between Dave and I, and one that exists in the press and with everybody else. And I always know that, y’know, my and Dave’s private relationship is always fine, and it’s always one that’s rooted in love and respect.”] SOUNDCUE (:22 OC: . . . love and respect)
Metallica’s setlist on September 14th, 2011 at Yankee Stadium:
Lars Ulrich Intro
“For Whom The Bell Tolls”
“Ride The Lightning”
Kirk Hammett Solo I
“Fade To Black”
“All Nightmare Long”
“Sad But True”
Robert Trujillo Solo
“Welcome Home (Sanitarium)”
“Master Of Puppets”
Kirk Hammett Solo II
“Nothing Else Matters”
“Seek And Destroy”
- This week, Metallica’s ongoing vintage video series, dubbed “Metallica Mondays,” featured their September 14th, 2011 show at New York’s Yankee Stadium.
- The concert was the last of the “Big Four” events featuring Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, and Anthrax.
- Set for release on August 28th is Metallica & San Francisco Symphony: S&M2.
- The collection was culled from the band’s September 2019 venue opening shows at San Francisco’s Chase Center.
- S&M2 is newly re-edited by the band with remixed and remastered audio for a whole new look and sound from the original theatrical run in October 2019.
- On August 29th, Metallica is heading to the big screen on August 29th. The band will be the first rock band featured in the “Encore Drive-In Nights” series. Metallica will perform a full concert set to be shown at hundreds of open-air drive-in theaters across North America.