#MetallicaMondays travels to ‘89 Damaged Justice tour in Irvine

Filmed on Lars’ personal camcorder at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA on September 23, 1989. Don’t expect some fancy pro-shot video this time around!

Setlist includes:
Blackened
For Whom The Bells Tolls
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Harvester of Sorrow
The Four Horsemen
The Thing That Should Not Be
Master of Puppets
Fade To Black
Seek and Destroy
.. and Justice For All
Encore
One
Creeping death
Battery
Encore II
The Wait (Killing Joke cover)
Last Caress (Misfits cover)
Am I Evil?
Whiplash
Encore III
Motorbreath
Breadfan

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 $87,000 through these #MetallicaMondays campaigns! These contributions have helped the foundation donate the second round of grants for COVID-19 relief. Recipients include Feeding America, Direct Relief, Live Nation’s Crew Nation, the USBG’s Bartender’s Emergency Assistance Program, and new recipient, MusiCares.

 

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