Metallica Mondays: Here's how to live stream Metallica's Black album concert for free

Metallica Mondays: Here's how to live stream Metallica's Black album concert for free
Kirk Hammett and James Hetfield (Getty Images)

The hills are alive with the sound of music. Hard rocking, headbanging metal music, at that. As you no doubt already know, it's time for Metallica Mondays again, where the world's favorite metal band, Metallica, showcases another one of their historic concerts for their fans who are stuck at home during the coronavirus lockdown starting at 8 pm ET. This time they are broadcasting their concert from Pannonia Fields II in Nickelsdorf, Austria, which was held on June 10, 2012. It's currently being broadcast live on their Facebook and YouTube pages and will be available on-demand for the rest of the week. You can check it out below:



This concert is special for Metallica fans as James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Rob Trujillo were celebrating the 20th anniversary of their multi-platinum selling self-titled album, known to many fans as the Black album. It sold over 16 million copies in the United States alone and was responsible for putting Metallica on the map for a whole new generation of headbangers. What's cool about this particular concert is that Metallica played the Black album in its entirety during the show in reverse order. Here's the setlist from the show for you to check out below. 


Entrance music
The Ecstasy of Gold (Ennio Morricone)
Hit the Lights
Master of Puppets
The Four Horsemen
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Hell and Back

The Black Album (In reverse order)
The Struggle Within
 My Friend of Misery
 The God That Failed
 Of Wolf and Man
 Nothing Else Matters (Original Version)
Through the Never
 Don't Tread on Me
 Wherever I May Roam
 The Unforgiven
 Holier Than Thou
 Sad But True
 Enter Sandman (Extended Bridge)


Fight Fire With Fire
Seek & Destroy

(L to R) Musicians Robert Trujillo, James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich and Kirk Hammett, of Metallica, perform at The Silverlake Conservatory of Music Benefit at the Wiltern Theater on May 14, 2008, in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images)

As always, the Metallica family is using this entertainment showcase as a way to raise funds for Covid-19 relief. The band had posted this announcement on their official page when they first kicked off their Metallica Mondays concert special showcase. "While streaming is free, we will be hosting simultaneous fundraisers on each platform benefiting All Within My Hands. Your donation will help address food insecurities and medical supply shortages during the current Covid-19 crisis as AWMH is working with partners at Feeding America and Direct Relief." 


So if you're enjoying the music and can afford to lend a helping hand, please do, because it's for a great cause. Make sure you tune in next Monday on Metallica's Facebook and YouTube pages to catch another scintillating live concert.

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