Metallica Streaming ‘Bootleg Camcorder Footage’ of 1989 Gig on ‘Damaged Justice ’88-’89’ Tour on YouTube 7/27 for #MetallicaMondays

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This week’s trip through the Metallica vaults, part of the thrash/metal band‘s ongoing #MetallicaMondays archival series, is slightly different from the rest.

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Documenting a gig from Sept. 23, 1989 at Irvine Meadows Amphitheater in Southern California, this show won’t be like prior entries in the YouTube series, which were officially-filmed and edited productions. No, this one is “bootleg camcorder footage,” per the band’s announcement:

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“Don’t expect some fancy pro-shot video this time around,” warns the Metallica YouTube page for the stream, which will go up Monday night, July 27 at 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT:

As seen in the artwork, this show came during Metallica’s Damaged Justice tour, which was celebrating 1988’s ambitious album … And Justice for All. The set list from the show:

Blackened
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Harvester of Sorrow
The Four Horsemen
The Thing That Should Not Be
Bass Solo
Master of Puppets
Fade to Black
Seek & Destroy
…And Justice for All

Encore:
One
Creeping Death
Guitar Solo
Battery

Encore 2:
The Wait (Killing Joke cover)
Last Caress (Misfits cover)
Am I Evil?(Diamond Head cover)
Whiplash

Encore 3:
Motorbreath
Breadfan

Recent #MetallicaMondays uploads have featured shows from Germany in 2006, the Shoreline Amphitheatre in 1994Lisbon in 2007Bogota in 1999Madrid in 2008Melbourne in 2013, a rain-soaked Manchester, England in 2019Salt Lake City in 1997Peru in 2014, a very early gig from 1983, and more.

As always with the Metallica Mondays series, the show will be available on YouTube on-demand after tonight’s debut, so if you can’t watch the stream when it goes “live” you can still enjoy it later.

By Rock Cellar Magazine Staff

Staff writer from Rock Cellar Magazine