Metallica San Francisco Tickets
Undeniably one of the most influential heavy metal bands of all time, Metallica has been at the forefront of the genre for over four decades. This prolific act has released nine studio albums and four live albums thus far, and has been associated with such major labels as Warner Bros. and Universal. During their stellar career the group has amassed a wealth of achievements, including several Grammy wins, a list of hits on the Billboard charts and dozens of sold-out performances. They will be making headlines once again performing at Super Bowl ‘The Night Before’ concert with opening act, Cage the Elephant, Metallica San Francisco tickets for which are likely to sell fast.
Top Metallica Songs Every Heavy Metal Fan should Know About
Recognized as one of the most commercially successful bands of all time, heavy metal prodigies Metallica boast a huge catalog which features some of the greatest singles in the history of the genre. Below we have selected four songs from their extensive repertoire that many followers will agree are some of their best singles. Read on to find out more and don’t forget to get Metallica San Francisco tickets for their upcoming performance.
Master of Puppets
Arguably one of the best thrash metal songs ever made, Master of Puppets covers the theme of drugs and addiction. Spanning more than eight-minutes and featuring an epic instrumental section and Hammett’s delicate solo, this single has become a mainstay in the group’s live set.
This grandiose, Exodus-inspired song is written from the perspective of the angel of death. It’s an anthem Metallica fans will forever bang their heads to.
This platinum-certified single is one of the more catchy hits by these legendary metal bangers. It propelled the band to widespread fame, solidifying their place as one of heavy metal’s biggest names.
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Named after a book by Ernest Hemingway, this single has often been hailed as the favorite of Metallica fans worldwide. For listeners new to the band’s music, this is the ideal entry point, depicting an intricate mix of ferocity and melody that Metallica is famous for.