Back in July I shared the news about the Metallica live concert film “S&M2” which finds the band delivering the goods with the San Francisco Symphony at the brand new Chase Center in San Francisco. If you missed that post please click HERE to learn more. Tonight this film will premiere for one night only in more than 3000 theaters across the country.
San Francisco Symphony
PiercingMetal Thoughts: I really wanted to see this film in the theaters as opposed to on the big screen TV but the deluge of things to process post New York Comic Con and the planning for the weeks ahead will make this impossible. I’d actually like to see “Joker” today since the forecast is going to be mostly rainy and chilly. There are no better days to see a movie than on one like that. What about you folks? Are you planning on seeing this film in the theaters during its one night only presentation? Chime in down below in the comments section and if you see this post after seeing the film, please feel free to let us know what you think. This isn’t like a Marvel Studios film where any plot can be spoiled so I don’t care. Okay, off to the movies.
A few months ago, I shared the news from Metallica and their at the time upcoming “S&M2” pair of concerts with the San Francisco Symphony. If you didn’t see that notice just click HERE to be up to speed. A couple of days ago, the band revealed a way that the most ardent of fans can see the film before everyone else. Take a look.
The response to the two S&M² shows earlier this month at San Francisco’s new Chase Center has been nothing short of mind-boggling! We had the most incredible time with the San Francisco Symphony and now cannot wait to share it with the world on the big screen. The film will play in over 3,400 theaters worldwide on October 9th, but here’s your chance to see it first! Continue reading Metallica Wants You To See The “S&M2” Film First→
BAUHAUS Featuring Peter Murphy, Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins and David J Announces Los Angeles Show on November 3, 2019. Tickets On-Sale Friday, September 13th
PiercingMetal Thoughts: Historically speaking, I never really followed the music of Bauhaus but I know many friends who found their music to be very influential. The English Gothic Rock band doing a special one night only appearance should be a spectacular event for all who are in attendance and its my hope that it leads to more dates that come over this way so I can check it out and do some show review. Readers might recall that the bands singer Peter Murphy was doing a residency at Le Poisson Rouge before suffering a heart attack. The residency was discussed HERE and the news about his promising recovery HERE and I imagine that we shall soon learn about his completing that run of shows that were postponed. Since I’ve not much actual background from experience on the group, I wonder what you diehards to their sound might think of this exclusive date. Personally I feel it will lead to an extended tour because The Misfits did an exclusive show and look what happened there. Numerous gigs in numerous cities. This is a great bit of news for their most dedicated fans and you can let me know what it means to you down in the comments section below. See you next time.
I’m pretty much a lifetime fan of the band Rush as I was first exposed to them back when “Permanent Waves” was released, or maybe it was “Hemispheres”, but I digress. I do own all of the bands work and have seen them a number of times over the years. That led me to be excited at the reveal of this brand new trailer about the one night only film release “Rush: Cinema Strangiato”. Let’s take a look.
Though I’m not as up on the musical collective known as Ulver as I’d like to be, I know its big news when a band like this announces a one night only show in my Metal Media Metropolis which also amounts to their first-ever visit to the states. Now I didn’t have a proper press release about this and was instead relying on some of the other sites of note who were discussing so of course I am sharing the awesome announcement and the trippy poster with you here.