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Metallica has Recorded Their First-Ever BBC Session

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Metallica Recorded their first-ever BBC Session in November, joining the likes of Iron Maiden, Led Zepplin, Black Sabbath, and Judas Priest, who’ve all famously recorded live BBC radio concerts.

Metallica’s performance was filmed on November 17th, 2016, and the the entire session has been made available on Metallica’s Official YouTube Channel. Check it out below:

The band’s set included “Atlas, Rise!” “Moth Into Flame,” “Harvester of Sorrow,” “Hardwired” and “Enter Sandman.”

Between each performed song, Metallica vocalist James Hetfield and drummer Lars Ulrich spoke with BBC Radio 1’s host Daniel P. Carter. “I want to mature, I want to be happier in life – I think everyone kinda does – at some point I had to turn around and embrace that anger that has been with me since youth,” Hetfield stated to the radio host. “ What I get to do is use it as a tool; I get to use music as a voice… to get whatever’s spinning in my head out.”

Metallica recently released their new full-length album, Hardwired...To Self-Destruct, and the band is look to tour the globe, with tour dates set for release soon.

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    January 11, 2017

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