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Release date: 15 October 2010

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Disc I
Anthrax
01. Caught In A Mosh
02. Got The Time [Joe Jackson cover]
03. Madhouse
04. Be All, End All
05. Antisocial [Trust cover]
06. Indians/Heaven And Hell [Black Sabbath cover]
07. Medusa
08. Only
09. Metal Thrashing Mad
10. I Am The Law

Megadeth
11. Holy Wars... The Punishment Due
12. Hangar 18
13. Wake Up Dead
14. Head Crusher
15. In My Darkest Hour
16. Skin O' My Teeth
17. A Tout Le Monde
18. Hook In Mouth
19. Trust
20. Sweating Bullets
21. Symphony Of Destruction
22. Peace Sells/Holy Wars Reprise

Slayer
23. World Painted Blood
24. Jihad
25. War Ensemble
26. Hate Worldwide
27. Seasons In The Abyss
28. Angel Of Death
29. Beauty Through Order
30. Disciple
31. Mandatory Suicide
32. Chemical Warfare
33. South Of Heaven
34. Raining Blood

Disc II
Metallica
01. Creeping Death
02. For Whom The Bell Tolls
03. Fuel
04. Harvester Of Sorrow
05. Fade To Black
06. That Was Just Your Life
07. Cyanide
08. Sad But True
09. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
10. All Nightmare Long
11. One
12. Master Of Puppets
13. Blackened
14. Nothing Else Matters
15. Enter Sandman
16. Am I Evil? [with the Big Four] [Diamond Head cover]
17. Hit The Lights
18. Seek And Destroy


Additional info
In addition to the two-DVD set and the corresponding Blu-ray, there will be a limited edition "super deluxe" box set including the DVD set, five CDs with ALL the music, a 24-page booklet, a poster, photos of each band, and a "Big Four" guitar pick

DVD 2 Bonus Feature (approx. 45 mins) Behind-the-Scenes documentary, giving you exclusive access to The Big Four back-stage at Sonisphere, including interviews and "Am I Evil?" rehearsal footage

Release dates: North America - October 19
Northern Europe - October 15
Rest of the world - October 18

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Array - 26.08.2010 at 21:01  
  I put some for this.
Elyar S. - 26.08.2010 at 21:31  
  I just didnt got that pick
Lit. - 26.08.2010 at 22:42  
  I want it, I need it, I feel it,
Andresopeth - 27.08.2010 at 15:37  
  What a monster DVD, this is the kind of things you desire to buy inmediatly, it's Epic
Damnated_Soul - 27.08.2010 at 23:16  
  Why in hell Metallica has more songs than the rest?
vezzy - 27.08.2010 at 23:26  
 
Written by Damnated_Soul on 27.08.2010 at 23:16

Why in hell Metallica has more songs than the rest?


Because... it's Metallica.

The guys who for some reason, are the biggest name in the Big Four and one of, if not the biggest in metal as a whole.
Elyar S. - 30.08.2010 at 13:00  
 
Written by Damnated_Soul on 27.08.2010 at 23:16

Why in hell Metallica has more songs than the rest?

because Metallica was headliner in all of big 4 tour.
Marcel Hubregtse - 30.08.2010 at 13:13  
 
Written by Elyar S. on 30.08.2010 at 13:00

Written by Damnated_Soul on 27.08.2010 at 23:16

Why in hell Metallica has more songs than the rest?

because Metallica was headliner in all of big 4 tour.


Yeah, I thought that that would be totally obvious and clear. Also for the Metallica haters
Prisoner - 13.09.2010 at 23:19  
  I just watched the show over the internet and in my opinion, metallica put up a better show than the rest of them simply becuase they had more time, and they were the last band which means they performed in night so they could use some light tricks and fireworks to make their show more and more epic...also kirk was on his best and except from a little part on "one" he played perfectly!
Slayer was as always good without any exception, they were tired in the middle but they managed to keep it up and end their show with making the crowd to go nuts on raining blood
Megadeth really had the crowd going after anthrax's failure, their music was really the best among the big 4 but dave had a lot of problems singing, you could barely hear him singing when they were playing...
and anthrax, the worst part, simply more like a joke for the big 4, I think if it wasn't for commercial reasons, exodus or testament would be better choices for sonisphere big 4 than anthrax!

at overall, it was fun to watch, and it worth spending money on it!
AkimHH - 05.10.2010 at 21:33  
Rating: 10 LO, This DVD is in torrent now
Virgile - 18.11.2010 at 23:50  
 
Written by Elyar S. on 26.08.2010 at 21:31

I just didnt got that pick


Stupid meaningless detail but I didn't get it either ...
JD - 27.11.2010 at 01:16  
Rating: 9 Finally i watched this DVD, Metallica were the best, then Slayer(loved when they said "thanks" in bulgarian, then Anthrax & Megadeth(Dave really disappointed me), i can't rate it as 10 because of the weak performance by Anthrax and Megadeth, so am gonna rate it as 9 instead, and cheers for the crazy crowd they were amazing!!

"Love you Sofia"
Captain Obvious - 05.12.2010 at 08:40  
  It's just too bad they didn't tour north america, because, you know, NA is where they made their names.
Marcel Hubregtse - 05.12.2010 at 12:17  
 
Written by Captain Obvious on 05.12.2010 at 08:40

It's just too bad they didn't tour north america, because, you know, NA is where they made their names.


those bands were actually big in Europe before they broke it big time in the US. Here they were already filling 10,000 seaters on their own when they could sell out a 1,000 seater on their own the US
dismaleuphony - 05.12.2010 at 16:01  
Rating: 7 I watched this in a local movie theater soon after it was filmed, and it really didn't move me to want to buy it. Metallica was good, professional as always, and Slayer were decent, though their passion is less and less on the emotional side each time I see them. Megadeth was terrible, Dave was basically unlistenable and made for nearly an hour's worth of jokes and cringes about his atrocious singing. Honestly, I enjoyed Anthrax the most, as they felt more alive and had the only hint of raw, personal energy of the four. I hadn't listened to any of these bands much in ten years, but at this point, the only one I'd care about seeing live right now would be Anthrax.

None of the guys I went to see this with have any interest in buying this either, honestly...
RockeRoy - 05.12.2010 at 19:49  
Rating: 5 I must say Metallica had a realy bad show, they played so bad and the sound was crap, i almoas only heard the vocal. the slayer guys looked and played like they would rather be anywhere else. Megadeth was the band who playd best i think, even though Mustains vocal was terrible. Anthrax playd with moast heart and performed the best show on this dvd.
Captain Obvious - 07.12.2010 at 02:13  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.12.2010 at 12:17

Written by Captain Obvious on 05.12.2010 at 08:40

It's just too bad they didn't tour north america, because, you know, NA is where they made their names.


those bands were actually big in Europe before they broke it big time in the US. Here they were already filling 10,000 seaters on their own when they could sell out a 1,000 seater on their own the US


What I meant was that NA is where they all formed and came from (except for the Fruit Danish )

Also, I thought Metallica and Megadeth put on equally great shows. Anthrax was alright, the Heaven and hell tribute was to the only "wow" moment from that set. Slayer gave a solid but very dull performance (They were way better when I saw them in July). The Am I Evil collab wasn't anything special musically but it was fun to watch. All that aside I was happy to see Tallica and Deth share a stage together, now that they've put the past behind them, maybe we can finally see an end to the ridiculous Metallica vs. Megadeth debates.
Marcel Hubregtse - 07.12.2010 at 03:19  
  They have shared a stage before
saw them with Suicidal Tendencies in I think it was 1992 in Rotterdam in front of 40,000 people.
Array - 10.12.2010 at 01:11  
  After watching this I wondered why Slayer participated to 'Am I Evil?' only with Dave Lombardo. I googled and found why Kerry wasn't there kerry explaining but what really was the situation Hanneman/Araya not playing there? Anyone knows? Was it just they hadn't practised the song... Araya came to the picture after the show, and Hanneman also if I saw right. Kerry was still too busy at that moment?
Valentin B - 26.03.2011 at 19:50  
Rating: 4
Written by RockeRoy on 05.12.2010 at 19:49

I must say Metallica had a realy bad show, they played so bad and the sound was crap, i almoas only heard the vocal. the slayer guys looked and played like they would rather be anywhere else. Megadeth was the band who playd best i think, even though Mustains vocal was terrible. Anthrax playd with moast heart and performed the best show on this dvd.

yup, i agree with ya, on the live show AND this DVD. i witnessed the big 4 show just after this one, in Bucharest, and Anthrax was indeed the band who was most "into it" by far. they played the tightest and with the most audience communication, Mustaine's vocals and guitar tone sucked majorly and the guys at Slayer played really fucking tight but they looked way too bored. at least these 3 bands played well, unlike....

Metallica was so goddamned half-assed on this DVD. the first 2 songs were obviously played WAY too fast for Lars' skills, and they cleverly edit his psychoticly out-of-sync bassdrums out of the mix on all the songs. good job, mr. marketing executive! but they couldn't edit Kirk's multiple fuck-ups during the by far EASIEST song of the whole show: For Whom the Bell Tolls. for fuck's sake, if i was in front of 40.000 screaming fans, filming a DVD and broadcasting the show worldwide i would have at least some respect for all those people and play as good as i can, but i guess fame and arrogance have taken their toll. Hetfield's vocals are also weak, and generally the band sounds loose as hell, the best thing about the Metallica part is of course James' guitar playing which is great as usual. the version of the song "One" proves every negative things i said about the Metallica show: if you notice carefully, the part right before the machine gun riff sounds without bass drums. they edited them out because they were embarassingly out of time.


they were completely underwhelming, and the latter part of this DVD sucks hard. if on the other hand they made a DVD of the Accept show in Istanbul or Bucharest it would have been infinitely better, but it's cold hard money we're talking here, not artistic dedication and fulfillment

apart from Anthrax's show, this is a goddamned overpriced piece of shit.

DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS. instead, compare these two videos, one taken 20 years ago and one from one year ago:

Creeping Death live in Moscow 1991

Creeping Death live in Sofia 2010

the Moscow video isn't without fuck-ups, but it's infinitely better in so many ways, including Jason's devastating vocals which add so much more heaviness to the song.
megametallic0710 - 06.05.2011 at 04:27  
  Megadeth was the best in my opinion. Metallica wasn't their best but still good. Slayer was okay. Anthrax was the most excited band there and they were the 2nd best in my opinion. Overall
John Shock - 05.07.2011 at 02:32  
  I'd rate it 10 but not for metallica's show but for the other 3 bands! Anthrax, Megadeth and Slayer! Metallica are dead to me!
BloodTears - 05.07.2011 at 12:36  
Rating: 9 Dave pulled the same trick on Rock In Rio here in Portugal, which was really embarassing and to have that embarassment on DVD is even more embarrassing!

In the last gig with Slayer here, though, a few months ago, he was fine.
masterofpeace95 - 03.11.2011 at 03:39  
Rating: 9 I bought the dvd about a year ago and I really enjoy watching this. In my opinion Anthrax had the most energy but I wish they could change their playlist a little. Megadeth was amazing but I wish they could have done the rust in peace album live because It was during the rust in peace tour. Slayer was pretty good. Metallica of course put on an amazing show. But I do wish that James would sing a bit more like he used to, not saying there's anything bad with how he sings. Overall an amazing dvd and I'm glad I let that out.:dshy:
Cuca Beludo - 01.01.2012 at 04:54  
 
Written by BloodTears on 05.07.2011 at 12:36

Dave pulled the same trick on Rock In Rio here in Portugal, which was really embarassing and to have that embarassment on DVD is even more embarrassing!

In the last gig with Slayer here, though, a few months ago, he was fine.


Sorry, but Rock In "Rio" isn't supposed to be on "Rio" de janeiro - Brazil?
BloodTears - 01.01.2012 at 11:47  
Rating: 9
Written by Guest on 01.01.2012 at 04:54

Written by BloodTears on 05.07.2011 at 12:36

Dave pulled the same trick on Rock In Rio here in Portugal, which was really embarassing and to have that embarassment on DVD is even more embarrassing!

In the last gig with Slayer here, though, a few months ago, he was fine.


Sorry, but Rock In "Rio" isn't supposed to be on "Rio" de janeiro - Brazil?


That was the initial premise, but they decided they could do a lot of money in Portugal, so they moved it to here. In 2011, it returned to Brazil and in 2012 is coming back to Lisbon again, with the same bands everytime, Metallica.
Cuca Beludo - 01.01.2012 at 16:40  
 
Written by BloodTears on 01.01.2012 at 11:47

Written by Guest on 01.01.2012 at 04:54

Written by BloodTears on 05.07.2011 at 12:36

Dave pulled the same trick on Rock In Rio here in Portugal, which was really embarassing and to have that embarassment on DVD is even more embarrassing!

In the last gig with Slayer here, though, a few months ago, he was fine.


Sorry, but Rock In "Rio" isn't supposed to be on "Rio" de janeiro - Brazil?


That was the initial premise, but they decided they could do a lot of money in Portugal, so they moved it to here. In 2011, it returned to Brazil and in 2012 is coming back to Lisbon again, with the same bands everytime, Metallica.


Everybody loves Brazil..... Just Kidding. By The Way, you will see a lot of crap bands this year, if it's REALLY the same bands.
BloodTears - 01.01.2012 at 17:38  
Rating: 9
Written by Guest on 01.01.2012 at 16:40

Written by BloodTears on 01.01.2012 at 11:47

Written by Guest on 01.01.2012 at 04:54

Written by BloodTears on 05.07.2011 at 12:36

Dave pulled the same trick on Rock In Rio here in Portugal, which was really embarassing and to have that embarassment on DVD is even more embarrassing!

In the last gig with Slayer here, though, a few months ago, he was fine.


Sorry, but Rock In "Rio" isn't supposed to be on "Rio" de janeiro - Brazil?


That was the initial premise, but they decided they could do a lot of money in Portugal, so they moved it to here. In 2011, it returned to Brazil and in 2012 is coming back to Lisbon again, with the same bands everytime, Metallica.


Everybody loves Brazil..... Just Kidding. By The Way, you will see a lot of crap bands this year, if it's REALLY the same bands.


Oh, no, I won't see it this year, not a chance. I won't be there. One time was enough, it's way too expensive and the bands usually suck.
Cuca Beludo - 01.01.2012 at 17:42  
 
Written by BloodTears on 01.01.2012 at 17:38

Written by Guest on 01.01.2012 at 16:40

Written by BloodTears on 01.01.2012 at 11:47

Written by Guest on 01.01.2012 at 04:54

Written by BloodTears on 05.07.2011 at 12:36

Dave pulled the same trick on Rock In Rio here in Portugal, which was really embarassing and to have that embarassment on DVD is even more embarrassing!

In the last gig with Slayer here, though, a few months ago, he was fine.


Sorry, but Rock In "Rio" isn't supposed to be on "Rio" de janeiro - Brazil?


That was the initial premise, but they decided they could do a lot of money in Portugal, so they moved it to here. In 2011, it returned to Brazil and in 2012 is coming back to Lisbon again, with the same bands everytime, Metallica.


Everybody loves Brazil..... Just Kidding. By The Way, you will see a lot of crap bands this year, if it's REALLY the same bands.


Oh, no, I won't see it this year, not a chance. I won't be there. One time was enough, it's way too expensive and the bands usually suck.


And how they suck! For me, the best band this year was Slipknot, and I don't like slipknot, not to mention the non metal (or rock) artists...

EDIT: I mean, the previous year!
BloodTears - 01.01.2012 at 18:02  
Rating: 9
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Written by Guest on 01.01.2012 at 17:42


In the last gig with Slayer here, though, a few months ago, he was fine.


Sorry, but Rock In "Rio" isn't supposed to be on "Rio" de janeiro - Brazil?


That was the initial premise, but they decided they could do a lot of money in Portugal, so they moved it to here. In 2011, it returned to Brazil and in 2012 is coming back to Lisbon again, with the same bands everytime, Metallica.


Everybody loves Brazil..... Just Kidding. By The Way, you will see a lot of crap bands this year, if it's REALLY the same bands.


Oh, no, I won't see it this year, not a chance. I won't be there. One time was enough, it's way too expensive and the bands usually suck.


And how they suck! For me, the best band this year was Slipknot, and I don't like slipknot, not to mention the non metal (or rock) artists...

EDIT: I mean, the previous year!


Who was playing there this year in terms of metal bands, Slipknot and who else? I was hoping for Black Sabbath this year, but of course that is very unlikely.
Cuca Beludo - 01.01.2012 at 20:11  
 
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Written by BloodTears on 01.01.2012 at 18:02

Written by Guest on 01.01.2012 at 17:42


In the last gig with Slayer here, though, a few months ago, he was fine.


Sorry, but Rock In "Rio" isn't supposed to be on "Rio" de janeiro - Brazil?


That was the initial premise, but they decided they could do a lot of money in Portugal, so they moved it to here. In 2011, it returned to Brazil and in 2012 is coming back to Lisbon again, with the same bands everytime, Metallica.


Everybody loves Brazil..... Just Kidding. By The Way, you will see a lot of crap bands this year, if it's REALLY the same bands.


Oh, no, I won't see it this year, not a chance. I won't be there. One time was enough, it's way too expensive and the bands usually suck.


And how they suck! For me, the best band this year was Slipknot, and I don't like slipknot, not to mention the non metal (or rock) artists...

EDIT: I mean, the previous year!


Who was playing there this year in terms of metal bands, Slipknot and who else? I was hoping for Black Sabbath this year, but of course that is very unlikely.


Hard to say... I saw only some artists on the television. You speak portuguese, don't you? Check in this this site the sections "palco mundo" and "palco sunset". There's many artists mixed, from metal, rock and pop music. Also some brazilian artists/groups not related to rock/metal are included (claudia leitte ), and there's many bands I don't know (COHEED AND CAMBRIA). I saw Metallica, Slipknot, Motôrhead, and System Of A Down, in terms of metal...
Troy Killjoy - 01.01.2012 at 20:17  
  Can we trim the quote train please?
salah mustain - 18.11.2013 at 04:43  
Rating: 10 Megadeth's show was the best

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