This two DVD set features a superb critical assessment of the band and its work from the early days in Los Angeles through to the storming St Anger and the end of an era which saw Metallica dominate the metal world. In addition to the candid insights of experts from leading music publications, this film presents the best band archive interviews from a career in the media spotlight alongside footage of some of the hardest-hitting Metallica performances. A must have for any serious music fan, this completely independent critical review leaves no stone unturned as it explores the Metallica legend. DVD 1 covers the history of the band from its formation in Los Angeles in 1981m through their first three explosive albums, to the end of what fans still nostalgically remember as the 'Burton Era'. DVD 2 takes up the story from the tragic death of the legendary Cliff Burton in 1986 and covers the first post-Burton album ...And Justice For All and finally on to the seminal 2003 masterpiece St Anger.
Release Date: 24 May 2010
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification
Sound: Dolby Digital
Main Language: English