Relive Metallica’s 2008 performance from Madrid, Spain

MetallicaMondays travels to Madrid with a concert from May 31, 2008 during the European Summer Vacation before the release of Death Magnetic. The gig includes a couple of deep cuts, including one song that hasn’t been played live in over a decade.

Set list includes:
Creeping Death
Fuel
Ride the Lightning
Harvester of Sorrow
Bleeding Me
Wherever I May Roam
Devil’s Dance
…And Justice for All
Fade to Black
Master of Puppets
Whiplash
Nothing Else Matters
Sad but True
One
Enter Sandman
Last Caress
So What
Seek & Destroy

During this stream and continuing throughout the week, Metallica will be hosting simultaneous fundraisers benefiting their foundation, All Within My Hands. Fans have already raised an incredible $70,000 through these #MetallicaMondays campaigns! The money raised during these shows helps All Within My Hands continue to support organizations that have become invaluable resources for communities suffering in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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