See METALLICA's Longest Song, 'Inamorata', Live for First Time

The second show of METALLICA's 2024 "M72" tour was held in Olympiastadion in Munich on Sunday, May 26.  

As part of the "M72" tour, METALLICA has played two-night, no-repeat gigs in each location, first in Europe, then in North America, and now back in Europe, to promote "72 Seasons".   

Each event features METALLICA on a gigantic ring-shaped stage with the Snake Pit in the center and four drum sets evenly positioned around it so drummer Lars Ulrich can come closer to the audience.  

At the second Munich concert, METALLICA opened with "Creeping Death" and played "Harvester Of Sorrow" and "Hit The Lights".   

The band performed "Fight Fire With Fire", "One" and "Enter Sandman" as well as three songs from "72 Seasons": the title track, "If Darkness Had A Son" and "Inamorata", which had never been performed live.  

The longest METALLICA song is "Inamorata" at 11 minutes and 10 seconds, closing the "72 Seasons" album.  

Hetfield, who authored "Inamorata" lyrics, said in the "72 Seasons" track-by-track breakdown video: "'Inamorata', loving misery.  

A long famous tune that ended the album screaming. Great groove, great riffs. I adore how it completes it."  

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