METALLICA performed no less than five tracks off its new album, "Death Magnetic", during its record-release party earlier tonight (Friday, September 12) at O2 World in Berlin, Germany.
The group's setlist was as follows:
01. That Was Just Your Life
02. End Of The Line
03. The Thing That Should Not Be
04. Of Wolf Of Man
06. Broken, Beat, and Scarred
09. Until It Sleeps
10. Wherever I May Roam
11. For Whom The Bells Tolls
12. The Day That Never Comes
13. Master Of Puppets
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16. Jump In The Fire
17. Seek and Destroy
METALLICA was the first band ever to play at the brand new O2 World Berlin, an events arena built by Anschutz Entertainment Group. 17,000 fans got the chance to see the rock legends perform, which is the maximum capacity of O2 World.
Tickets for this unique event were made available exclusivelythrough METALLICA's web sites Mission: Metallica and Metclub for a sensatinal price of 10 euros which is about $15.
METALLICA took care of all the expenses for the release party and is planning to donate the earnings to the German Heartcenter Berlin to help with the acquisition of a heart-lung machine for small children.
(Thanks: Chris Schrader)
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