Watch Metallica Play Entire ‘Black Album’ for 20th Anniversary in Austria, Part of Concert Series

The latest entry in Metallica‘s continuing “Metallica Mondays” concert series is a big one. The series has seen the band digging up pro-shot footage of shows from across their career and broadcasting it on the group’s YouTube channel and Facebook page, and has been a great way for homebound fans to pass two-plus hours the social-distancing restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, the thrash OGs flashed back to June 10th, 2012, when they celebrated the 20th anniversary of their self-titled 1991 album, a.k.a. “the Black Album,” at Pannonia Fields II in Nickelsdorf, Austria — by playing it in its entirety. Watch the performance and check out the set list below.

So far the series has included seven shows: at Slane Castle in Ireland in 2019; Paris’ AccorHotels Arena in 2017; Forum København in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2009; San Francisco’s Outside Lands Festival in the summer of 2017; Munich, Germany, in 2015;  L.C. Walker Arena in Muskegon, Michigan, in 1991; House of Vans in London, in 2016; and, of course, the latest concert.

In addition to “Metallica Mondays,” the heavy-music pioneers have also responded to the coronavirus crisis via their nonprofit organization, All Within My Hands, donating “four grants totaling $350,000 to organizations dedicated to assisting those hit hard by the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.”

Featured songs:
06:40 Lars Ulrich Intro
12:09 Hit the Lights
15:57 Master of Puppets
23:52 The Four Horsemen
29:29 For Whom the Bell Tolls
34:05 Hell and Back
40:49 Black Album Intro Tape
43:45 The Struggle Within
47:03 My Friend of Misery
54:52 The God That Failed
1:00:34 Of Wolf & Man
1:05:10 Nothing Else Matters
1:11:12 Through the Never
1:15:05 Don’t Tread on Me
1:18:48 Wherever I May Roam
1:25:18 The Unforgiven
1:31:25 Holier Than Thou
1:35:37 Sad but True
1:40:39 Rob Trujillo Bass Solo
1:41:50 Enter Sandman
1:52:26 Fight Fire With Fire
1:57:21 One Intro Tape
1:58:30 One
2:07:50 Seek & Destroy