Quebec Magnetic: Metallica
Metallica will be releasing a brand new DVD entitled Quebec Magnetic on December 10th 2012 through Vertigo Records. The film, shot by renowned director Wayne Isham, captures two shows from the band’s record breaking World Magnetic tour which ran from Oct 2008 to Sept 2010.
Quebec Magnetic was shot, as the title suggests, in Quebec, in 2009 and is available as a double DVD as well as on Blu-Ray. It features 7 songs from “Death Magnetic” including three titles never before available on a Metallica live DVD (“The End Of The Line”, “My Apocalypse” and “The Judas Kiss”) as well as Metallica classics including “One,” “Sad But True,” “Master of Puppets,” “Nothing Else Matters,” “Seek & Destroy” and “For Whom the Bell Tolls” in over 3 hours of concert footage. The bonus disc includes exciting behind the scenes interviews with the band and their fans.
Metallica filmed two shows, and approached their fans to help them decide the track-listing for the main disc via their website, and over 35,000 of them decided on the tracks below:
01. That Was Just Your Life 02. The End Of The Line 03. The Four Horsemen 04. The Shortest Straw 05. One 06. Broken, Beat & Scarred 07. My Apocalypse 08. Sad But True 09. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) 10. The Judas Kiss 11. The Day That Never Comes 12. Master Of Puppets 13. Battery 14. Nothing Else Matters 15. Enter Sandman 16. Killing Time 17. Whiplash 18. Seek & Destroy
Bonus tracks – which were only played on night one
19. For Whom The Bell Tolls 20. Holier Than Thou 21. Cyanide 22. Turn The Page 23. All Nightmare Long 24. Damage, Inc. 25. Breadfan 26. Phantom Lord
Formed in 1981 by drummer Lars Ulrich and guitarist and vocalist James Hetfield, Metallica (www.metallica.com) have become one of the most influential and commercially successful rock bands in history, having sold 110 million albums worldwide and playing to millions of fans the world over. They have scored almost a dozen multi-platinum albums, including 1991’s Metallica (commonly referred to as “The Black Album”), which is the best selling album in history of Soundscan, scanning almost 16 million albums in the United States alone, and nearly 30 million worldwide. In October 2008, their album, Death Magnetic, debuted at number one on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart and in 27 additional countries around the world. Metallica have garnered numerous awards and accolades, including nine Grammy®Awards, two American Music Awards, and multiple MTV Video Music Awards. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009. In December 2011, Metallica celebrated its 30th anniversary, performing four shows at the Fillmore Theatre in San Francisco, CA, exclusively for members of their fan club, the Metallica Club. In 2012 the band yet again headlined the UK’s Download festival as well as announcing the launch of Orion Music+More, an annual two-day festival curated and headlined by the band. This past summer, Metallica unveiled a brand new stage in Mexico City that featured iconic elements that spanned its 30-year career. They played eight shows to nearly 180,000 fans at the Sports Arena in Mexico City. Later that month the band performed four shows on the same stage in Canada, two in Edmonton and two in Vancouver, during which they shot their forthcoming Nimród Antal directed 3D Feature Film.