REVIEW: Metallica returned to Prague after 4 years
This sold-out concert at Prague's O2 Arena attracted an incredible 20,174 spectators. Visitors enjoyed not only the biggest hits of the American metal band, but also czech classics.
It was taken care of about halfway through the concert by bassist Robert Trujillo and guitarist Kirk Hammett. More specifically, they tried jojin from the swamps, and soon the whole hall joined them.
Four musicians played in front of the sold-out hall for more than two hours, and their show was accompanied by a series of effects.
Metallica took to the stage, built unconventionally in the middle of the hall, after the band Kvelertak shortly before 9 p.m. As with every concert of theirs, the show presented ennio Morricone's song The Ecstasy of Gold from Western Good, Evil and Ugly. The band then started with the title song Hardwired from the new album.
In addition to the new songs, the band did not disappoint fans of older hits. For example, the audience was pleased with Sad But True from the so-called "black" album or the fast song Seek & Destroy from the debut album Kill 'Em All.