The show, recorded at the John Lennon Auditorio, is the latest in the band's on-going 'Metallica Mondays' archival video series.
The latest in the ‘Metallica Mondays’ series find the band going back to January 1997 and ‘The Poor Touring Me’ Tour.
The show is the latest in the band's on-going series of 'Metallica Mondays' archival trawls.
A song about the destruction of the environment, 'Blackened' originally featured on the band's 1988 album '...And Justice For All.'
Charities set to benefit include Feeding America, which partners with food banks around the US and Crew Nation, Live Nation's initiative to provide relief to touring and venue crews.
The event took place at the WWE Performance Center with no audience in Orlando due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The metal icons are delivering much-needed support to the most vulnerable communities amid the pandemic, while their “Metallica Mondays” series encourages fans to donate what they can.
The band’s All Within My Hands Foundation & American Association Of Community Colleges will distribute $1.5 million To 15 US schools.
Nearly 18 million acres of land have been destroyed from the bushfires that have been burning since September.
The band made the donation through its All Within My Hands non-profit foundation.
The metal titans will play be headlining at the Epicenter Festival, Welcome To Rockville, Sonic Temple, Louder Than Life and Aftershock next year.
The final donation came on 25 August, when the band donated a €63,000 cheque to Freezone Mannheim, a German homeless youth aid group.
The band the donation ahead of their sold-out show Wednesday in Romania’s National Arena, through their All Within My Hands Foundation.
The metal titans donated to Dublin's Capuchin day centre which helps provide for homeless people and the ISPCC for children.
The metal titans say they were “overwhelmed” following their second Day Of Service which saw over 3,000 fans volunteer at their local food banks across the US.