METALLICA Releases Pro-Shot Of ‘Of Wolf And Man’ Performance In Munich During ‘M72’ Tour

Metallica Of Wolf And Man Munich 2024

METALLICA has released professionally filmed video of their “Of Wolf And Man” performance at the kick-off show of the 2024 leg of the band’s “M72” tour on May 24 at Olympiastadion in Munich, Germany. You can watch the video below.

Supporting their latest album, 72 SeasonsMETALLICA has embarked on the “M72” tour, featuring two-night, no-repeat shows in each city. The tour began in Europe, moved to North America, and has now returned to Europe. Each concert showcases METALLICA on an enormous ring-shaped stage with the Snake Pit at its center. Four drum sets are strategically placed around the stage, allowing drummer Lars Ulrich to connect with the audience from different points throughout the performance.

METALLICA frontman James Hetfield shared his mindset heading into the 2024 leg of the “M72” tour during an interview with “The Metallica Report,” saying: “What I’m going into is unknown. I know how big the stage is. I know we have breaks here and there. I know what we’re walking into. When we first started with this, with the ‘M72’ stage, in the round in the stadium, from between setting up cones, walking around thinking, ‘Oh, this is how big the stage is gonna be.’ ‘Oh, this is cool.’ ‘This’ll be great.’ ‘This is too skinny,’ and this and that. And then, between that time and then actually seeing it built, where it’s kind of too late, ‘Oh s**t, this thing is so big.’

“The anxiety level was off the charts at the beginning of the ‘M72’ tour. Like, how are we gonna cover this stage? And, of course, my ego saying, ‘Well, the other guys don’t have to sing. They don’t have to run over there. They don’t have to do all this. And no one knows the woes I have and all the worries.’ But as soon as I share them with the other guys, they’re, like, ‘Yeah, but I got this and I got this.’ It’s like, ‘Oh, okay. Okay. I want mine back. That’s okay.’ So it’s a known. We know what we’re up against and we know what shape we need to be in. And it’s just fun. Now it’s just fun. We broke that stage in. It’s well trodden on and it’s worked fantastically. And so we just get to step back into it and do what we do best.”