easyPick has been lucky to enjoyar of this Californian quartet, which since 1981 has been revolutionizing the heavy panorama.
With a Sant Jordi pavilion delivered, with a central stage and spectacular assembly, they made us enjoy the great classics, as well as part of the new album “Hardwired… to self-destruct”
No doubt they showed that, in their fifties, they continue with the same wild vibration of decades ago.
Of the highlights of the night, the beginning, with images and theme of "the good, the ugly and the bad," and the classics "Seek & Destroy" and "For whom the bell tolls" that were warming up the engines. In the final stretch, they started with "One", one of their talismanic songs, with a pacifist and political message, linked to "Master of Puppets", in which we are all puppets managed by superior forces. Finally, the masterpiece "Nothin else matters" and "Enter Sandman", with which they shook the pavilion to say their goodbye.
The comic note was put surprising the public in one of the breaks, with a rumba of Peret "The dead alive"
Here are some videos of the concert so you can get an idea of what it was:
For whom the bell tolls
Sad but true
One & master of puppets
Nothing else matters
Enter Sadman (end of concert)