Metallica is releasing more live footage from its nearly sold-out Worldwired Tour.
The band's latest offering is pro-shot footage from its March 3rd and 5th concerts in Mexico City of them performing two tracks from their 1984 album, Ride the Lightning.
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" begins with frontman James Hetfield addressing the massive audience:
"We don't give a f**k what you look like, who you are, where you come from, what color you are, you are here tonight and you are family. Welcome to the Metallica family."
Not only does the footage look great, but the mix sounds incredible as well. This is especially evident with Robert Trujillo's crystal clear bass solo at the beginning of "For Whom the Bell Tolls."
Metallica is getting ready to hit the road again in May to continue its tour in the U.S., Canada and then Europe. See the tour dates here.
What the live footage below.
Warning: Explicit Language
Here's footage from the band's April 1 show in Santiago, Chile.
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