Metallica to support its fans to deal with the quarantine when you publish on social networks such as YouTube and Facebook all their past concerts during the #MetallicaMondays.
Every Monday, Metallica will publish a different kind of concert on their channel official YouTube as well as your account Facebookfollowing the example of other artists who have released similar proposals before the pandemic coronavirus.
“Do you need to take a break from Netflix before you see the whole library? We present our new series of concerts: #MetallicaMondays”.
Metallica reminded his followers that “staying connected is how we will overcome”, so that showed their support to the fans by bringing the proposal #MetallicaMondays to provide more entertainment options.
“While we all do our part and we stayed home, we find ourselves losing live music, then, what if we immerse ourselves in some of our favorite programs at a distance socially responsible? […] With that in mind, we are bringing a series of live shows of Metallica straight to your sofa!”.
The new, #MetallicaMondays began their transmissions with the publication of the concert: Metallica: Live at Slane Castle in Meath, Ireland, June 8, 2019. The video in your YouTube account has already reached the 500 thousand reproductions since its launch.
Metallica supports during the pandemic by coronavirus
Due to the coronavirus, many bands were in the need to cancel many of his concerts, including Metallica, whose tour of South america was postponed.
In addition to announcing his new #MetallicaMondays, the band comprised of Ulrich, Hetfield, Hammett and Trujillo shared a message about solidarity in the face of the pandemic coronavirus to remind fans that can help with a donation to his foundation “All Within My Hands”.
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“Your donation will help to address food insecurity and the shortage of medical supplies during the current crisis Covid-19 while we work with our partners in Feeding America and Direct Relief”.