When METALLICA's new movie, "Metallica Through The Never", opens in 3D IMAX on September 27, fans will see the band performing on a massive stage, specially constructed for the film, that incorporates elements of METALLICA live shows from the past 30 years. The Pulse Of Radio asked bassist Robert Trujillo if there is any chance of taking that stage show on the road. "Well, that's the plan, you know," he said. "I don't think you build something that incredible and not, you know, share it with the world. Obviously we're just trying to get through this phase of the journey and gonna release this beast to the world and present it on the IMAX screens, and then after that, you know, we'll see where the adventure takes us, you know. We do have this stage, we should put it to use."
The band has released a third chapter in its "Hit The Lights: The Making Of Metallica's Through The Never" series of videos.
The new segment focuses on the conception and construction of the stage and live production.
The movie will expand to theaters around the country on October 4 after its limited IMAX opening on September 27.
The film, a blend of concert movie and fictional narrative, stars Dane DeHaan as a member of METALLICA's road crew who is sent on a mysterious mission while the band performs at a sold-out arena and events outside grow more bizarre.
This Saturday (September 21), METALLICA will play a special show at New York's famed Apollo Theater as part of the promotion for the film.