Quebec Magnetic is a live concert video album by Metallica, documenting two shows the band played at the Colisée Pepsi in Quebec City, Canada on October 31 and November 1, 2009 on their World Magnetic Tour. Three hours of footage including classics, live rarities and new Death Magnetic material, all in 5.1 surround sound. Bonus section includes 8 songs performed on the second night. Directed by Wayne Isham (who's previous work includes Metallica longform concerts "S&M", "Cunning Stunts", and "Live S**t: Binge & Purge", among others). "Quebec Magnetic" captures a band at a peak moment in their illustrious career. Metallica: Quebec Magnetic movie was released Dec 10, 2012 by the Blackened studio.
Metallica, informally known as The Black Album, is the fifth album by the American heavy metal band Metallica, released August 13, 1991 through Elektra Records. The album features songs that are considered today among Metallica's most well-known tracks, with songs such as "Enter Sandman", "The Unforgiven", "Nothing Else Matters", "Wherever I May Roam" and "Sad but True". It spent four consecutive weeks at number one on Billboard 200. Metallica is the band's best-selling album to date, with over 15 million copies sold in the United States and over 22 million copies worldwide. It is the best-selling album of the SoundScan era.
Fans are used to seeing Metallica rock massive stadiums, but last night (Sept. 27), the metal legends played an intimate club gig at New York’s Webster Hall for about 1,500 lucky fans, and we were fortunate to among those in attendance. This is complete show recorded live at Webster Hall in New York, NY on September 27, 2016.
As a member of thrash metal's heralded "big four," Metallica helped to bring heavy metal from the underground into the mainstream, becoming one of the most influential and successful metal bands of all time in the process…
Vitamin Records celebrates the 20th anniversary of this incredibly influential album. Highlighting and building upon the epic Master of Puppets themes, The Scorched Earth Orchestra have fleshed out the entire album in this sprawling tribute. The full orchestral sound adds necessary weight while new sounds emerge from between Metallica’s notes. This is a true celebration of Master of Puppets and a welcome addition to any collection.