getButterfly Logo getButterfly

A friend gave me a heads-up that Metallica redesigned the media page. They now have all their videos online in a nice popup media player. The videos are, chronologically:

One – Director: Bill Pope and Michael Salomon – Filmed in December 1988 in Long Beach, CA – Video Premiere Date: January 22, 1989

One (Jammin’ Version) – Director: Bill Pope and Michael Salomon – Filmed in December 1988 in Long Beach, CA – Video Premiere Date: January 30, 1989

Enter Sandman – Director: Wayne Isham – Filmed in June 1991 in Los Angeles, CA – Video Premiere Date: July 30, 1991

The UnforgivenDirector: Matt Mahurin – Filmed in September 1991 in Los Angeles, CA – Video Premiere Date: November 19, 1991

The Unforgiven (Theatrical Version)Director: Matt Mahurin – Filmed in September 1991 in Los Angeles, CA – Video Premiere Date: November 19, 1991

Nothing Else Matters – Director: Adam Dubin – Filmed during the recording of The Black Album in Spring 1991 in North Hollywood, CA – Video Premiere Date: February 25, 1992

Wherever I May Roam – Director: Wayne Isham – Filmed in January 1992 in San Diego, CA and while on tour throughout the Northeastern U.S. in March 1992 – Video Premiere Date: May 21, 1992

Sad But True – Director: Wayne Isham – Filmed in January 1992 in San Diego, CA – Video Premiere Date: October 5, 1992

Until It Sleeps – Director: Samuel Bayer – Filmed in May 1996 in Los Angeles, CA – Video Premiere Date: May 23, 1996

Hero of the Day – Director: Anton Corbijn – Filmed in August 1996 in Los Angeles, CA – Video Premiere Date: August 21, 1996

Mama Said – Director: Anton Corbijn – Filmed in November 1996 in London, England – Video Never Aired in the US

King Nothing – Director: Matt Mahurin – Filmed in December 1996 in Salt Lake City, UT – Video Premiere Date: January 7, 1997

The Memory Remains – Director: Paul Andersen – Filmed in October 1997 in Van Nuys, CA – Video Premiere Date: November 4, 1997

The Unforgiven II – Director: Matt Mahurin – Filmed in December 1997 in Los Angeles, CA – Video Premiere Date: January 20, 1998

Fuel – Director: Wayne Isham – Filmed in May 1998 in Tokyo, Japan – Video Premiere Date: May 14, 1998

Turn the Page – Director: Jonas Akerlund – Filmed in October 1998 in Los Angeles, CA – Video Premiere Date: October 28, 1998

Turn the Page (Uncensored Version) – Director: Jonas Akerlund – Filmed in October 1998 in Los Angeles, CA – Video Premiere Date: October 28, 1998 – Mature Audiences Suggested

Whiskey in the Jar – Director: Jonas Akerlund – Filmed in November 1998 in Brooklyn, NY – Video Premiere Date: March 16, 1999

Whiskey in the Jar (Uncensored Version) – Director: Jonas Akerlund – Filmed in November 1998 in Brooklyn, NY – Video Premiere Date: March 16, 1999 – Mature Audiences Suggested

No Leaf Clover – Director: Wayne Isham – Filmed in April 1999 in Berkeley, CA – Video Premiere Date: November 8, 1999

I Disappear – Director: Wayne Isham – Filmed in April 2000 in Monument Valley, AZ – Video Premiere Date: May 4, 2000

St. Anger – Director: The Malloys – Filmed in May 2003 in San Quentin, CA – Video Premiere Date: May 27, 2003

Frantic – Director: Wayne Isham – Filmed in July 2003 in Montreal, Canada – Video Premiere Date: August 15, 2003

The Unnamed Feeling – Director: The Malloys – Filmed in October 2003 in Los Angeles, CA – Video Premiere Date: December 3, 2003

Some Kind Of Monster – Director: Alan Smithee – Filmed during the recording of the St. Anger album in 2002-2003 in San Rafael, CA – Video Premiere Date: June 28, 2004

The Day That Never Comes – Director: Thomas Vinterberg – Filmed in August 2008 outside of Los Angeles, CA – Video Premiere Date: September 1, 2008

All Nightmare Long – Director: Roboshobo – Video Premiere Date: December 7, 2008

Some details about All Nightmare Long I’m sure you already knew:

Apparently, while on tour in Russia a few years back, the moptopped six-slinger purchased some mysterious film strips at a flea market (for $5 cheap!) that he’s been sitting on ever since. When he finally got around to watching ’em, he discovered what appears to be Soviet scientific documentary footage from the 1930s. Yes, according to Hammet, who points out that he is not a conspiracy theorist, the reel-to-reels document mysterious Russian laboratory experiments that the government may or may not have been trying to cover up.

Sources:


Subscribe to getButterfly Blog

Once a week or so we send an email with our best content. We never bug you, we just send you our latest piece of content.



If you found any value in this post, agree, disagree, or have anything to add - please do. I use comments as my #1 signal for what to write about. Read our comment policy before commenting! Comments such as "Thank you!", "Awesome!", "You're the man!" are either marked as spam or stripped from URL.

8 thoughts on “Metallica Videos Online

  1. What about the last album, Death Magnetic? I think it’s way better than St. Anger.

    It’s a diferrent style, as a matter of fact, but it sounds better.

  2. Thats quite a list. I’m a huge G N’ R fan but Chinese Democracy leaves a lot to be desired. Metalicca continues to deliver.

  3. Better watch out, Metallica may come sue you and get the necessary people involved ;)

    Only kidding, Metallica is great i love their work.

  4. Finding “do follow” blogs is probably on everybody’s “most annoying menial task” list … but it is something that needs to be done…or so I am told haha.

  5. Great work on getting a guest post spot here on Metallica Videos.Have a good weekend buddy.

  6. Its about time Metallica redesigned their video media page. That thing was ancient and had about as much content as a blog about childrens toothpaste. Thanks for the great links

  7. Thanks for taking the time to put this list together. And they’re all great videos.

    Tickets For Metallica´s last blog post..Welcome To "Tickets For Metallica"

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *