Metallica and its partnership with The Coda collection continues to grow with the announcement of a bunch of concert movies and documentaries on the Amazon Prime streaming channel.
By a press release, seven films will premiere on the channel over the next few months. These titles and premiere dates are:
trick stunts (March 24): Filmed in Fort Worth, Texas, in May 1997 during Metallica’s memorable tour in support of “Load”, trick stunts captures over two hours of concert footage, an in-depth setlist, and some onstage “stunts.”
Orgullo, Pasión, y Gloria: Tres Noches en la Ciudad de México (March 24): Recorded at Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico, June 4, 6 and 7, 2009, Orgullo, Pasión, y Gloria: Tres Noches en la Ciudad de México presents Metallica at the top of its World Magnetic Tour.
40 years of Metallica, first night (March, 31st): A new edition of the first night of Metallica’s 40th anniversary show at the Chase Center in San Francisco that features completely remixed sound.
40 years of Metallica, second night (April 7): A new edition of the second night of Metallica’s 40th anniversary show at the Chase Center in San Francisco that features completely remixed sound.
A year and a half in the life of Metallica (April 21th): A documentary tracing the making of the band’s self-titled album in 1991 (alias: “The Black Album”).
Magnetic Quebec (May 19): A film-concert recorded at the Colisée Pepsi in Quebec as part of the “World Magnetic Tour 2009.”
Français For One Night (June 9): A concert film recorded at the Arènes de Nîmes in Nîmes, France in 2009
A trailer for 40 years of Metallica can be viewed below. Full details on these films are available at CodaCollection.co, where fans can sign up for a 7-day free trial of the channel. (After the free trial, The Coda Collection costs $4.99/month.)
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