Metallica Release An 'All-Angle' Sad But True Video


(Metal Hammer) Metallica have released an "all-angle" video featuring their performance of classic track Sad But True, shot during their show in Minneapolis last month.

The first rock concert at the city's new US Bank Stadium was broadcast live across the world, and included their first-ever live delivery of latest track Hardwired - just five days after they'd first rehearsed it together.

Frontman James Hetfield introduced the song by thanking their support bands for the evening, asking fans: "Did you guys see Volbeat? They're really good. Then Avenged Sevenfold, of course, you all liked them. There were here representing live and loud heavy music. This one goes out to them."

The clip also shows drummer Lars Ulrich meeting fans who have never seen the band live before, and other supporters being given surprise snake pit passes. Watch the video and read more here.

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