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Metallica and its partnership with The Coda Collection continues to grow with the announcement of a bunch of concert films and documentaries heading to the Amazon Prime streaming channel.

Per a press release, seven films will be premiering on the channel over the next few months. Those titles and premiere dates are:

Cunning Stunts (March 24): Filmed in Fort Worth, Texas, in May 1997 on Metallica’s memorable tour in support of “Load,” Cunning Stunts captures more than two hours of concert footage, a deep setlist and some onstage “stunts.”

Orgullo, Pasión, y Gloria: Tres Noches en la Ciudad de México (March 24): Recorded at Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico, on June 4, 6 and 7, 2009, Orgullo, Pasión, y Gloria: Tres Noches en la Ciudad de México presents Metallica at the peak of its World Magnetic Tour.

40 Years of Metallica, Night One (March 31): A new edit of night one of Metallica’s 40th anniversary show at San Francisco’s Chase Center that features fully remixed audio.

40 Years of Metallica, Night Two (April 7): A new edit of night two of Metallica’s 40th anniversary show at San Francisco’s Chase Center that features fully remixed audio.

A Year and a Half in the Life of Metallica (April 21): A documentary chronicling the making of the band’s landmark 1991 self-titled album (aka: “The Black Album.”)

Quebec Magnetic (May 19): A concert film recorded at Quebec City’s Colisée Pepsi on the 2009 “World Magnetic Tour.”

Français Pour une Nuit (June 9): A concert film recorded at Arena of Nîmes in Nîmes, France in 2009

A trailer for 40 Years of Metallica can be viewed below. Complete details on these films can be found at CodaCollection.co, where fans can sign up for a 7-day free trial of the channel. (Following the free trial, The Coda Collection costs $4.99/month.)

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