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Pro-Shot Footage Of METALLICA Performing "Screaming Suicide" Live Surfaces

Metallica kicked off M72 No Repeat World Tour in Amsterdam.

Heavy Metal Icons Metallica kicked off their highly anticipated M72 No Repeat World Tour on April 27 and April 29 at Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam Netherlands. The bill showcased Architects and Mammoth WVH on Thursday's opening night. Metallica followed suit with a no repeat set list on Saturday's performance in which the band was supported by Floor Jansen and Ice Nine Kills.

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Below you can view the live footage of Metallica's single "Screaming Suicide" from their new album 72 Seasons. Metallica also debuted "If Darkness Had A Son" as well as "You Must Burn" for the first time live as well as performed tracks "Screaming Suicide", "Sleepwalk My Life Away", and the title track from their new album "72 Seasons". The two performances dug into the bands over four decade iconic career performing 32 songs selected from their 11 studio albums.

Metallica is embarking on a 22 city world tour in which the band will be performing two nights in each city. The band promises that fans who attend the No Repeat Weekend will not hear the same setlist twice on this run. Metallica will also be supported by different acts each night as well giving fans a completely different concert experience between both performances. Opening acts will include Five Finger Death PunchIce Nine KillsMammoth WVHArchitects Greta Van Fleet, Volbeat, and Pantera between the two shows.

Metallica will also be offering fans a variety of packages for each weekend of enhanced experiences ranging from access to meet-and-greets, production and stage tour, food and beverage in the "Black Box" lounge as well as early entry into the venue, and the legendary Snake Pit experience. The 'I Disappear Ticket' purchase gives fans access to see Metallica at any of their headlining shows in Europe and North America.

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