Watch Metallica’s Entire July 1994 Show in Mountain View, California, Part of Concert Series

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Metallica‘s “Metallica Mondays” concert series continues, and this week, the biggest heavy-metal band in the world threw all the way back to 1994. The series — which has been a great way to pass two-and-a-half hours or so while stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting shutdown of the live music circuit — has seen the thrash pioneers digging up standout footage of shows from across their career and broadcasting it online. Yesterday (July 13th), James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo revisited their massive set from July 22nd, 1994, at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, part of their “Summer Shit ’94” run. The concert footage features the metal icons tearing through a finely curated array of classic cuts and ripping covers, including a kickass five-song medley of “Ride the Lightning,” “No Remorse,” “The Four Horsemen,” “Phantom Lord” and “Fight Fire With Fire.” Watch the full performance and check out the setlist below.

Last night’s broadcast marked the 15th installment of the “Metallica Mondays” series. Standout gigs from the previous 14 broadcasts include the band’s Hardwired… To Self-Destruct release show at the House of Vans in London in 2016, their full performance of the “Black Album” at Pannonia Fields II in Nickelsdorf, Austria, in 1991, a throwback show at The Metro in Chicago, Illinois, all the way back in 1983, and a rain-drenched set at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England, in 2019.

Metallica setlist, July 22nd, 1994, Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, California:
Master of Puppets
Wherever I May Roam
Harvester of Sorrow
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
The God That Failed
Ride the Lightning / No Remorse / The Four Horsemen / Phantom Lord / Fight Fire With Fire
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Disposable Heroes
Seek & Destroy
Nothing Else Matters
Creeping Death
Fade to Black

Sad but True

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