METALLICA Streams Pro-Shot Footage Of Their “Inamorata” Live Debut

Metallica made waves during their recent show at Olympiastadion in Munich, Germany by debuting their epic 72 Seasons closer, “Inamorata.” Clocking in at over 11 minutes, this track marks Metallica’s longest song to date. Fans can now enjoy the pro-shot footage of this monumental performance.

Frontman James Hetfield shared insights into the song’s meaning, describing it as a representation of “having a love affair with misery.” He praised the track for its captivating riffs, powerful groove, and its role in concluding the album on a high note.

In a recent interview with Music Radar, drummer Lars Ulrich shed light on the song’s creation process. Contrary to initial plans, “Inamorata” organically evolved into an extensive composition, with ideas flowing seamlessly to form the final masterpiece.

Ulrich expressed his excitement for the song’s unique structure, highlighting the unexpected twists and turns that shaped its 11-minute duration. He emphasized the importance of allowing musical ideas to naturally progress and transform, resulting in a track that defies traditional boundaries.

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