Metallica Play Epic ‘Inamorata’ Live For The First Time

Metallica played their longest song, “Inamorata,” live for the first time at their tour stop in Munich, Germany, on Sunday.

A song from their 16-track album 72 Seasons, “Inamorata” has a play time of 11 minutes and 10 seconds.

Metallica are currently on the European leg of The M72 World Tour, in support of the heavy metal band’s eleventh studio album, which was released last year.

As a prelude to their performance, James Hetfield told the crowd, “This next song, we have never, ever played live before.”

“And, you know, in our band we don’t recognize the word ‘mistake,’ because there are no ‘mistakes.’ There’s just unique moments that happen, all right? That’s what we need to tell ourselves. This one is from ’72 Seasons.’ It’s one of my favorites, so I’m gonna like it,” the Metallica frontman can be heard saying in a video captured by a fan.

Metallica performed two more songs from 72 Seasons in Munich: “If Darkness Had a Son” and the title track.

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