Metallica kept its promise to present an unforgettable spectacle for fans and combined explosions, lights, lasers, huge mobile coffins with led screens, its biggest hits and a majestic setting at the start of his tour in the city of Mexico.
The legendary American pool of trash metal shook on Saturday at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City with a powerful performance for little more than 22,000 people (according to figures of the organizers), they witnessed the first of eight concerts offered by Metallica in that forum and that will be part of your DVD in 3D.
The Californian band played “Enter Sandman”, when they simulated a fire and found that two of their technicians were burned, Act who managed to confuse initially to some attendees.
“Stop, stop!”, shouted the vocalist James Hetfield to the astonishment of the public.
With fire extinguishers, other technicians helped Metallica its two companions who were taken on stretchers. “All as part of the show” according to a spokesperson for Ocesa, promoter of the show.
The Show Must Go
After several minutes, the band continued its concert.
With the theme “Ecstasy of Gold”, the famous Italian composer Ennio Morricone for the movie “The Good, The Bad And The Ugly” as a classic in the beginning of his concerts, vocalist James Hetfield, drummer Lars Ulrich, guitarist Kirk Hammett and bassist Robert Trujillo appeared on stage to play “Creeping Death” that emerges from their second album “Ride the Lightning”, 1984.
The repertoire was also composed the songs “For Whom The Bell Tolls” “Fuel”, “Ride the Lightning”, “Memory Remains” and “Sad but True”.
“It’s good to see them again. They missed us? We’re back in Mexico to take all eight concerts, “Hetfield said the euphoric audience sang her lungs out each of the themes that the band featured on his fifth visit to the country.
Metallica recorded their tour of Mexico, the U.S. and Canada this summer to give birth to a 3D DVD which will commemorate 31 years of musical career.
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