Metallica performed after Super Bowl LV last night (2/7/2021) on a a special episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” The band performed “Enter Sandman” from Metallica, a.k.a. The Black Album, live from Metallica HQ in San Rafael, California.
Metallica has allowed Ford Motor Company to use the 1991 Metallica hit “Enter Sandman” to serve as the soundtrack for its all-new 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor— a desert-racing inspired version of its best-selling F-150 pickup. “Enter Sandman” has been used by NASA mission control to wake up space shuttle astronauts; it’s the entrance song for the Virginia Tech Hokies football team; and served as the entrance themes for Major League Baseball Hall Of Famer Mariano Rivera and Extreme Championship Wrestling’s Jim Fullington, also known as “The Sandman.” But only once before has it been licensed for a worldwide commercial spot, in a “Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare” teaser trailer. Watch the commercial now.
Get into the Halloween spirit with this awesome light show by Magical Light Show of Tracy, California, featuring Metallica’s “Enter Sandman”.
Metallica has shared another pro-shot video from their summer leg of the “Worldwired Worldtour” in 2019. Watch them perform ‘Enter Sandman’ live in Manheim, Germany!Continue reading
As Ghost Cult reported earlier in the week Metallica was honored and presented with the Polar Music Prize by the King of Sweden, Carl XVI Gustaf, the highest arts award the country of Sweden gives out. To pay tribute to the band, Candlemass and Ghost frontman Cardinal Copia performed the global hit song ‘Enter sandman’ as Lars Ulrich and Robert Trujillio watched. Watch it now!Continue reading
Dave Grohl was the guest host of Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, and had a ton of surprises in store for the studio audience. One of the surprises included a special performance with actress Kristen Bell. Continue reading
During Metallica‘s promotional run for Hardwired…To Self-Destruct in Europe, the heavy metal icons made an appearance on the BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show With Daniel P Carter, and they’ve just released official footage of their takeover. Continue reading
Metallica has been celebrating the success of Hardwired…To Self-Destruct in several ways over the past few weeks. They’ve played a ton of intimate shows for fans across North America and Europe, but they’ve also found unique ways to have more fun while promoting the new record. Continue reading
Metallica took over New York City for a week in September to promote Hardwired…To Self-Destruct, and they did it all. Continue reading
Metallica will be releasing Hardwired…To Self-Destruct on November 18th via Blackened Records, and the ‘Hardwired‘ single has me more excited to hear the new material than ever before. The track absolutely rips, but that’s just my opinion. How would kids react to it?Continue reading