If you’re getting eager to catch Metallica on their upcoming Aussie tour, you can now get a taste of what’s to come, with the band sharing their entire Norwegian performance online.
In case you’ve not been paying attention, you’d likely be aware that Metallica have spent a lot of the last three years out on the road.
Touring in support of 2016’s Hardwired… To Self-Destruct, the group have been travelling far and wide, whetting their seemingly-insatiable appetite for staying on the road for months at a time.
Over the weekend, the group wrapped up a series of European shows that have seen them cover Rammstein and The Stone Roses, play in the middle of a rain storm, and perform to 1% of the Finnish population.
Earlier this month though, the group visited Norway to bring their stellar live show to fans at Trondheim’s Granåsen Arena, where they performed a massive 18-song set full of old classics and new favourites.
Now, the entire concert is available for your viewing pleasure.
Yes, with Metallica set to head back to Australia for the first time since 2013 this October, the entire two-hour performance has been uploaded to YouTube thanks to the folks at Metallica Music&Videos.
Featuring every song from the setlist (including a cover of The Kids’ ‘Hun Er Forelska I Lærer’n’), the show is a pretty amazing indicator of what fans can expect at the band’s shows these days.
Check out the full performance below, along with the setlist, and details regarding Metallica’s Australian return later in the year.