Corey Taylor Loves This Pro-Shot Footage of 2014’s “The Frayed Ends of Sanity” Live Debut

  • Axl Rosenberg

If you’re the Ken Bone of the upcoming super-duper-extra-special-deluxe-remastered-reissue of Metallica’s …And Justice for All, and you somehow still haven’t decided whether or not you’re going to buy said super-duper-extra-special-deluxe-remastered-reissue, maybe this will sway you one way or the other: pro-shot footage of the live debut of “The Frayed Ends of Sanity,” filmed in Finland in May of 2014, which will be included in some of the more expensive editions of the reissue. It joins the previously-released videos of a 2004 performance of “Dyer’s Eve,” a 1999 New Year’s Eve clip of “Blackened,” a 1996 video of “One” a 1992 reel of “The Shortest Straw,” a 2011 version of “To Live is to Die.” 

As an added bonus, MetalSucks was able to get ahold of Corey Taylor* to ask his opinion, and he told us — and this a direct quote — “I think it’s the best pro-shot video of this song’s live debut ever filmed.” If that glowing recommendation doesn’t make you wanna watch this, nothing will.

Do so below. Pre-order …More Justice for All here.

*To be clear, the Corey Taylor we asked manages our local Super Cuts, and is not the lead singer for Slipknot or Stone Sour. We apologize if feel misled by the content of our article, only not really, because all we care about are the CPMs generated by this post. Thanks for all your help, you big dumb idiots.

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