Accept Share “Symphony No. 40 In G Minor” Video From “Symphonic Terror – Live At Wacken 2017”

Accept have shared footage of “Symphony No. 40 in G Minor” from their new live release “Symphonic Terror – Live At Wacken 2017,” which will be available on November 23. That effort will feature the band’s August 3, 2017 performance at the Wacken Open Air festival. That two-hour concert was divided into three parts, with the first part featuring new tracks like “Die By The Sword” and “Koolaid”, as well as some hits like “Restless And Wild” and “Pandemic,” the second part featuring guitarist Wolf Hoffmann and a symphony orchestra playing tracks off his “Headbangers Symphony” album, which includes metal versions of classical compositions from Beethoven, Mozart, etc. and the third part featuring Accept and an orchestra playing hits like “Princess Of The Dawn”, “Breaker”, “Fast As A Shark” and “Metal Heart”, as well as new songs like “Stalingrad”, “Shadow Soldiers” and “Teutonic Terror”. The event was closed out with an eight-minute version of “Balls To The Wall”.

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Metallica Share “Harvester Of Sorrow” Live Footage From 1989 Show In Newark, DE

Metallica have shared a live video of themselves performing “Harvester Of Sorrow” during their August 7, 1989 show at the Stone Balloon in Newark, DE. Footage from that concert will be included in the remastered deluxe box set edition of “…And Justice For All,“ which is set to be released on November 2.

Metallica Share “Dyers Eve” Live Footage From 2004 Show In Inglewood, CA

As Metallica continue to celebrate the 30th anniversary of “…And Justice For All“, the band have shared a live video of “Dyers Eve” from their March 5, 2004 show at The Forum in Inglewood, CA. You can check that out below. As previously reported, the band’s remastered deluxe edition of “…And Justice For All“ will be released on November 2.

Metallica Share Live Footage Of “Sad But True” From San Francisco’s “Dreamfest”

Metallica have shared a live video of themselves playing “Sad But True” during their September 26 show in San Francisco, California. That set was part of the Dreamfest fundraiser for the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital at Civic Center Plaza. The SF Gate previously reported that the performance angered a lot of people due to how far the noise traveled throughout the city.

Evanescence Share “My Heart Is Broken” Live Video From “Synthesis Live” DVD

Evanescence have shared a new live video for “My Heart Is Broken” off their new live release “Synthesis Live,” which will be released tomorrow (October 12). That effort was filmed during the band’s orchestral “Synthesis” tour last fall and it will be available as a Blu-ray/CD set, a DVD/CD set, and digitally.

Evanescence Share “Lacrymosa” Live Video From “Synthesis Live” DVD

Evanescence have shared a new live video for “Lacrymosa” off their new live release “Synthesis Live,” which is set to be released on October 12. That effort was filmed during the band’s orchestral “Synthesis” tour last fall and it will be available as a Blu-ray/CD set, a DVD/CD set, and digitally.

Metallica Share “Blackened” Live Footage From 1999 Show In Detroit, MI

As Metallica continue to celebrate the 30th anniversary of “…And Justice For All“, the band have shared a live video of “Blackened” from their 1999 New Year’s Eve (December 31) show at the Pontiac Silverdome in Detroit, MI. You can check that out below. As previously reported, the band’s remastered deluxe edition of “…And Justice For All“ will be released on November 2.