Metallica Releases Florida Live Performance Of “Master Of Puppets”
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Metallica has shared a pro-shot footage of their performance of the 1986 classic hit “Master of Puppets.” This was filmed at an intimate show that took place on November 4 at Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. Tickets for the gig sold out quickly in July.
Watch them bring the house down below.
Meanwhile, drummer Lars Ulrich was previously interviewed on SiriusXM’s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk.” He was asked whether they were currently working on a new Metallica album. Earlier this year, frontman James Hetfield revealed that they had written a few songs during the lockdown.
“We’re on that path. I don’t know if it’s cohesive enough to call a record, but we’re dipping our toes,” Ulrich said. “We’ve been trying to stay busy. We did the drive-in thing last summer. We did an All Within My Hands event in November. We did ‘[The Late Show With Stephen] Colbert’. We’re doing ‘[Jimmy] Kimmel [Live!]’ tomorrow. We’re engaged. And we are creating at some level.”
“It’s way too early to talk about a record or a timeline or anything. But we’re staying busy,” he continued. “And it’s exciting to just think of the possibilities. Right now we’re so rejuvenated and just ready to get back in.”