Metallica: Hardwired at House of Vans Photos
Metallica played their album release show last night to a lucky crowd at the House of Vans in London.
People lined up hours before the show to get the best spot
The scene was set Photo: James North
Kalle Berglind and Tony Trujillo fired up a session in the bowl
Kalle, back Smith over the spectator hole
Tony, off the wall
Metallica's new album Hardwired... To Self-Destruct was available
Hit the lights
Big band on a little stage Photo: Nathan Gallagher
Those who won the lottery to get in were beyond stoked Photo: Nathan Galagher
They streamed the show around the venue and world wide on the web
Epic show Photo: Nathan Gallagher
Everyone left with a goodie bag Photo: Nathan Gallagher
Faces of stoke everywhere
Watch the full set here:
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