Friday, October 11, 2019

VIDEO: Metallica perform St. Anger in Warsaw

Metallica are streaming video of a performance their 2003 tune, “St. Anger”, from an August 21 concert at PGE Narodowy in Warsaw, Poland.

The title track to the group’s eighth studio album won a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance in 2004, ahead of songs by fellow nominees Korn, Marilyn Manson, Spineshank and Stone Sour.

“St. Anger” debuted at No. 1 in 30 countries around the world, including the Billboard 200, on its way to US sales of more than two million copies.

The group’s first appearance in Warsaw in five years marked one the final concerts of the summer European leg of Metallica’s ongoing WorldWired Tour.

The band recently cancelled the next round of dates in the multi-year series after announcing that frontman James Hetfield has re-entered rehab for addiction issues.

“All tickets purchased to the shows in Australia and New Zealand, including Enhanced Experiences and Black Tickets, will be fully refunded,” says the group.

The fall series of dates were set to begin October 17 in Perth, Australia and wrap up in Auckland, NZ on November 2.

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