Saturday, August 12, 2017

PRO VIDEO: Metallica perform Halo On Fire in Phoenix

photo: Brett Murray / Metallica

Metallica performed their 2016 track, “Halo On Fire”, at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ on August 4, and the band are sharing professional footage from the event.

Running over 8 minutes, the epic tune is the longest track on “Hardwired…To Self-Destruct”, which was launched last summer with the lead single “Hardwired.”

Metallica’s tenth album recently achieved platinum status in the US for sales of 1 million copies.

The Phoenix event made headlines when an Albuquerque, NM man was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and indecent exposure after allegedly urinating on a family of three - including a 10-year old girl and her parents – during the show.

Arizona Department of Public Safety troopers arrested 44-year-old Daniel Francis Daddio after the family told police they "felt warm liquid washing over their backs and legs" during the event.

Daddio was released from jail following a court appearance, and he is scheduled to appear again on August 18.

The Phoenix concert was one of the final dates on Metallica’s summer stadium tour, which will wrap up in Edmonton, AB on August 16.

See also:

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Metallica fan arrested for allegedly urinating on concertgoers in Phoenix
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