The boys wrap up the last leg of the Bobblehead World Tour by playing three weeks worth of shows in Australia.
The Metallica boys went back to school for a day to put on a show for the children in the Cambodian village of Tatoukandal.
The Metallica Bobblehead World Tour spent three glorious weeks exploring the many natural wonders of Uganda.
The European leg of Metallica's Bobblehead Tour is nearing its end. We've wrapped up Germany, and only Vienna, Austria remains. The band played Saarschliefe, Heidelberg, Schwetzingen Palace, Karlsruhe, and Munich.
Metallica played two sold-out shows in Finland. First, they rattled the Heavens in front of a pair of cathedrals: the Uspenki and the Helsinki Cathedrals. Then they took their show out on the waters and played Suomelinaa Island.
The Metallica Bobblehead Tour hits Scotland, They play shows in Edinburgh, Aberdeen, and the Shetland Islands.
Metallica had a whirlwind of a time in England! They soaked in some history, took in some beautiful sites, and felt the presence of the musical legends that have come from this beautiful country.
Like the volcanic eruption that formed these unique rock columns, Metallica came out on an explosive show!
Metallica passed through the hometown of the Beatles and paid tribute to the legendary foursome by playing a pair of shows. The first was on the infamous Penny Lane--of course, made famous by the classic song of the same name. The other was in the infamous Cavern Club, where it all started.
The guys played their last two shows in Ireland. Tomorrow they're off to Belfast in Northern Ireland. It's been grand, Ireland!
Yesterday, the Bobbblehead tour took us to the Aran Islands near Galway, where we played the 2, 500 year old Dun Aonghasa cliff.
The metal gods smiled upon Metallica fans yesterday, giving them a beautiful sunny day as the backdrop to the Bobblehead World Tour's stop in Cork, Ireland.
The Tallica boys played their last show in Italy today on the small colourful island of Burano. In a fond farewell to the country, Lars played a ridiculous 12 minute drum solo!