Relive Metallica’s 2017 Outside Lands performance

Metallica: Live at Outside Lands – August 12, 2017 was the second time the band has played the San Francisco festival in historic Golden Gate Park. This past weeks #MetallicaMondays is streamed the complete show in celebration of the park’s 150th birthday! In addition to hits like “Enter Sandman,” “Master of Puppets,” and “Fuel,” the crowd was also treated to “Harvester of Sorrow,” “Welcome Home (Sanitarium),” and “Motorbreath.”

5:33 “Lars’ intro”
10:19 Hardwired
14:02 Atlas, Rise!
20:35 For Whom The Bell Tolls
25:18 Fuel
29:31 The Unforgiven
37:45 Now That We’re Dead
48:15 Moth Into Flame
54:22 Harvester Of Sorrow
1:00:36 Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
1:13:44 Motorbreath
1:19:18 Sad But True
1:26:41 One
1:34:02 Master Of Puppets
1:43:25 Fade To Black
1:53:43 Seek & Destroy
2:03:02 Battery
2:08:42 Nothing Else Matters
2:14:46 Enter Sandman

Make sure to tune in at 5pm PST each Monday to the band’s YouTube or Facebook channel.

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