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Alex DiVincenzo 10/25/12 06:05 PM

Metallica to Release Live DVD/Blu-ray
Metallica will release a live DVD/Blu-ray entitled Quebec Magnetic on December 10th through their own label. The tracklisting can be found in the replies.

Alex DiVincenzo 10/25/12 06:05 PM

DetailsAbout a month ago we mentioned that we have a live DVD in the works to complete the Death Magnetic experience and leaned on you to help us decide which songs would be on the main disc. As promised, we're back now with more details on that DVD, Quebec Magnetic (!?!) which will find its way to your local retailer, online store, Metallica.com and favorite digital provider on December 10, 2012.

This release is a first for us... yes boys and girls, the DVD and Blu-ray will be come out on our very own label in North America! There are still some "i's" being dotted and "t's crossed, so we can't give you a name or fancy logo just yet, but we're pretty excited that for the first time we get to hold all the reins on a release from start to finish. Since we now get to call all the shots, the double DVD and single disc Blu-ray will be available for a price we thought was very Metallica fan friendly - suggested retail will be $15.98 for either format.

Just in case you missed the first story, the DVD was shot by our long time cohort Wayne Isham, capturing the two World Magnetic shows in Quebec City in the fall of 2009. You were kind enough to help us select the set list by voting here on this site, choosing the songs played in setlist number two as the main program. All the songs played at those two shows will be included on the DVD/Blu-ray. You can peruse the set list and, of course, check out the cover below.

That Was Just Your Life
The End Of The Line
The Four Horsemen
The Shortest Straw
Broken, Beat & Scarred
My Apocalypse
Sad But True
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
The Judas Kiss
The Day That Never Comes
Master of Puppets
Nothing Else Matters
Enter Sandman
Killing Time
Seek & Destroy

Bonus Songs
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Holier Than Thou
Turn the Page
All Nightmare Long
Damage, Inc.
Phantom Lord

TheRealJohnOC 10/25/12 06:07 PM

Awesome! I'll definitely get this!!

sleepyseanzzz 10/25/12 06:10 PM

pretty sick, love the S&M dvd

endonhigh 10/25/12 06:44 PM

Wow, pretty terrible song selection.

Alex DiVincenzo 10/25/12 06:57 PM


Originally Posted by endonhigh (Post 114617482)
Wow, pretty terrible song selection.

Fans voted on it, so it's pretty predicable.

Sloth7 10/25/12 07:03 PM

St. Anger- obviously still a fan favorite album.

bobcatbob18 10/25/12 07:17 PM


Originally Posted by Sloth7 (Post 114618352)
St. Anger- obviously still a fan favorite album.

Hahaha. It would be so weird to release an album knowing your fanbase despised it.

Death Magnetic is underrated, I think. It has some really badass riffs.

endonhigh 10/25/12 07:31 PM

St. Anger > Death Magnetic. At least the former is interesting.

sammyboy516 10/25/12 09:20 PM

People don't like Death Magnetic? Haha, whatever.

DisenShaanted 10/25/12 10:13 PM

I wonder where they recorded this. Death Magnetic is awesome. If you like Metallica, you should like that record.

Djentleman 10/25/12 10:27 PM

no Frantic or Blackened no care

Kyle Garchar 10/26/12 12:55 AM

Maybe ill torrent it.

BurymeWalkAway 10/26/12 04:37 AM


Originally Posted by Djentleman (Post 114625662)
no Frantic or Blackened no care

Anything from that piece of shit album shouldn't be partnered with Blackened.

Anyway colour me excited. Love Metallica.

SuNDaYSTaR 10/26/12 05:38 AM

I'm really proud that they've shot the DVD in my hometown.