"All Nightmare Long", the new video from METALLICA, can be viewed at Metallica.com. It is also available below.METALLICA performed "All Nightmare Long" live for the first time this past Friday night (December 5) during the band's headlining appearance at the Pengrowth Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich recently told RollingStone.com that the band's massive world tour behind "Death Magnetic" could very well last beyond next year. "We're booked up through August of next year, and right now we're sort of laying out fall of '09 and the spring of '10," he said. "We're waiting for a few other countries to be actually formalized as nations so we can be the first band in. We're also waiting for the polar caps to stabilize so we can go play there. There's talk about some other planets too." Regarding the band's first American arena tour in four years, Lars said, "It's great to be back indoors. We're right in the thick of it in the middle of the arena. It completely exposes every nuance and that adds a real tone of vitality and excitement." METALLICA will wrap up the current leg of its North American tour on December 20 in Oakland.
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