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See Metallica Play "Am I Evil?" for First Time in 10 Years at 40th Anniversary Show

They played all eight minutes of killer Diamond Head cover in San Francisco

Over the weekend (December 17th and 19th), Metallica celebrated their 40th anniversary with two blowout shows at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. On Friday's edition of the concert event, which was livestreamed for free, the band tore through a wide-ranging set that included the first performance of "Trapped Under Ice" since 2012, the first performance of "King Nothing" since 2017 and the live debut of Reload deep cut "Fixxxer." However, Sunday night's show featured even more rarities. 

According to Setlist.fm, the thrash OGs performed Load cuts, "Wasting My Hate" and "Bleeding Me," for the first time since 2011, St. Anger's "Dirty Window" for the first time since 2011, Death Magnetic's "The End of the Line" for the first time since 2010, and the single "I Disappear" — from the Mission: Impossible II soundtrack — for the first time since 2011.

Arguably the most exciting deep cut of the night, though, was the band's performance of "Am I Evil?" — the Diamond Head cover that was originally the B-side to "Creeping Death" before it ended up on Garage Days and a reissue of Kill 'Em All — which they played all eight minutes of for the first time since 2011. See high-quality fan footage of the ripper above via YouTube.