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Metallica Stream Video from Equador Show [VIDEO]

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Metallica are warming up for a major European tour with a few warm-up dates south of the border. A MetOnTour photographer shot some footage of the show in Quito, Equador last Tuesday (March 18, 2014), and Metallica has uploaded it to their MetallicaTV youtube channel.

Check out some great stageview, on stage, and crowd video of ‘Ride the Lightning’ and ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ here:

If you want more, you can download audio from the full show at www.livemetallica.com.

While you’re here, check out a demo for their new song “Lords of Summer”, and let us know what you think of it in the comments below:

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