More and more details are surfacing regarding the The Big Four: Live From Sonisphere 2010 concert that is being released on Blu-Ray, DVD, DVD Deluxe Version via Universal Music in the UK and Europe on October 11th and Universal Japan on October 13th. A North American release date is expected on October 12th.

According to BW&BK sources, the Deluxe edition DVD Box set includes five CD's featuring each band's entire live set. The Deluxe Edition also features an event poster, posters from each band (four posters) and guitar pick (subject to change). The Box size: 20.5 x 15 x 4cm (subject to change).

The package documents the landmark tour where Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax played together for the first time in their history. The Big Four: Live From Sonisphere 2010 contains footage from the Sonisphere Festival at Sofia, Bulgaria in front of 100,000 fans this past June 22nd. The night also featured the legendary jam cover of the Diamond Head classic "Am I Evil?" by all bands.


Metallica setlist:

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

Encore:
16. Am I Evil? (with The Big Four)
17. Hit The Lights
18. Seek and Destroy


Slayer setlist:

01. World Painted Blood
02. Jihad
03. War Ensemble
04. Hate Worldwide
05. Seasons in the Abyss
06. Angel of Death
07. Beauty Through Order
08. Disciple
09. Mandatory Suicide
10. Chemical Warfare
11. South of Heaven
12. Raining Blood


Megadeth setlist:

01. Holy Wars... The Punishment Due
02. Hangar 18
03. Wake Up Dead
04. Headcrusher
05. In My Darkest Hour
06. Skin O' My Teeth
07. A Tout Le Monde
08. Hook In Mouth
09. Trust
10. Sweating Bullets
11. Symphony Of Destruction
12. Peace Sells


Anthrax setlist:

01. Caught in a Mosh
02. Got the Time
03. Madhouse
04. Be All, End All
05. Antisocial
06. Indians
07. Medusa
08. Only
09. Metal Thrashing Mad
10. I Am The Law


Source: bravewords.com
 
Posted: 15.08.2010 by Thryce



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Valentin B - 15.08.2010 at 12:42  
FFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUU Megadeth's setlist is absolutely godly compared to what they played here. but i guess that was probably done for the money.
Chidder - 15.08.2010 at 13:41  
Cool, but it isn't a setlist from Bemowo. Maybe it is from Sofia? Yeah, in Warsaw it was the first Big 4 show ever, but there was no "Am I Evil?" (it was in Bulgaria, in Poland we had "Stone Cold Crazy"), there was no "Harvester of Sorrow" (instead "The Four Horsemen" - there is an official clip of it in Metallica's page). So something is not right.

You should correct that news, 'cos that night DID NOT featured the legendary jam cover of the Diamond Head classic "Am I Evil?" by all bands. I know, I was there And there is a typo in "Seek and Destroy"
Angelic Storm - 15.08.2010 at 13:56  
Yep, I am confused too... The night that contained the jam cover of "Am I Evil", was 22nd June at Sofia. It wasnt played at the June 16th show in Poland. Also, the setlist that Megadeth played in Sofia was very different to the one listed there. And Anthrax played 10 songs, not 8. Something is amiss. lol
BloodTears - 15.08.2010 at 15:00  
I'll probably get this one. Slayer/Megadeth setlists being especially to my liking.

It should be fun.
Thryce - 15.08.2010 at 15:25  
@Cidder & Angelic Storm: the DVD will indeed contain live footage from the show in Bulgaria. Seems like BW&BK's sources aren't so reliable after all... Apologies for the minor heart attacks that were caused.
Angelic Storm - 15.08.2010 at 15:33  
Written by Thryce on 15.08.2010 at 15:25

@Cidder & Angelic Storm: the DVD will contain live footage from the show in Bulgaria. Seems like BW&BK's sources aren't so reliable after all... Apologies for the minor heart attacks that were caused.


I know the show in Bulgaria was the one that was shown in cinemas. Although none of the bands had their full sets shown, and it wasnt truly "live". But the concensus was that the full sets were recorded for a future DVD. The Megadeth setlist in Sofia in particular, is very different to the one they've listed as being on the DVD.

Minor heart attacks? Don't be so melodramatic.
RavenKing - 15.08.2010 at 17:31  
To be honest, there's not a single band in The Big Four I still care for today.
the stranger - 15.08.2010 at 17:46  
I watched the concert when it was played at the theatre, the crowd at Sofia is probably the lamest ever. The four bands gave up fucking great performances and almost everybody was standing still, even with Metallica. I mean, what's wrong with them? It's a thrash metal concert, the wildest musical style ever, you're supposed to mosh 'til your limbs fall out.
worm_is_gloaming - 15.08.2010 at 20:57  
Written by the stranger on 15.08.2010 at 17:46

I watched the concert when it was played at the theatre, the crowd at Sofia is probably the lamest ever. The four bands gave up fucking great performances and almost everybody was standing still, even with Metallica. I mean, what's wrong with them? It's a thrash metal concert, the wildest musical style ever, you're supposed to mosh 'til your limbs fall out.


This is Europe, not US. Some people can actually enjoy a show without ruining it for those who stand near by shoving them around.

But for a thrash DVD, it would have been more exhilarating if they did pick an audience that had some wild pits going.
Watching any show on screen one already feels removed from it, and the energy of the show audience can make one feel included if they're wild for the music.

Did the Big Four do a similar tour/show in the States? Would be much more sense to release a DVD of a domestic gig, as a tribute to US fans who made 'em big to begin with, on local grounds. THEN there would have been so much moshing and mayhem in the audience that National Guard woulda had to be called...
Lit. - 15.08.2010 at 21:03  
Wow, this is a lot sooner than I thought. Striving for the deluxe edition.
I hope they include the interviews and the Remembering Dio part in the special features or something.
And fix the fucking bugs. Anyone that saw it in the theaters have a sound problem when Megadeth played Sweating Bullets? For me the sound was gone and didn't come back until during Symphony of Destruction. Anyone else have that problem, or was it just my theater?
the stranger - 15.08.2010 at 21:56  
Written by worm_is_gloaming on 15.08.2010 at 20:57

Written by the stranger on 15.08.2010 at 17:46

I watched the concert when it was played at the theatre, the crowd at Sofia is probably the lamest ever. The four bands gave up fucking great performances and almost everybody was standing still, even with Metallica. I mean, what's wrong with them? It's a thrash metal concert, the wildest musical style ever, you're supposed to mosh 'til your limbs fall out.


But for a thrash DVD, it would have been more exhilarating if they did pick an audience that had some wild pits going.
Watching any show on screen one already feels removed from it, and the energy of the show audience can make one feel included if they're wild for the music.



That's what I meant. They should've chosen a better place.
Elodie Artour - 15.08.2010 at 22:29  
Hehe, I was there but I'm definitely gonna buy it.

@the stranger: What do you mean by 'a better place' ? Bulgarian audience is crazy.
Sorry, dude, but that was the lamest disclosure ever.
the stranger - 16.08.2010 at 00:47  
Written by Elodie Artour on 15.08.2010 at 22:29

@the stranger: What do you mean by 'a better place' ? Bulgarian audience is crazy.
Sorry, dude, but that was the lamest disclosure ever.


Simple, I watched it, saw the bands giving great performances, saw the crowd standing still and almost never singing along. So, a place with a wilder crowd would have appealed more to me.
Elodie Artour - 16.08.2010 at 01:21  
I was THERE and I can assure you that nearly every one was singing alone. Moreover, Bulgarian audience is loved by all metal bands, just like Latin American one is. There were actually many people headbanging and moshing. How come you didn't happen to see any of them?!

Anyway. It's important to have your own opinion but insulting other fans with plain 'evidence' is simply lame. Next time you wanna try to convince somebody that Bulgarian metalheads suck...well, then you should first take a look at some serious live footage from Bulgaria. That's gotta be a reason why so famous metal bands such as the ones from The Big Thrash 4 have shot their DVD's in Bulgaria, right?

P.S.: Manowar even achieved a Guinness record at a concert in Kavarna.
Derwood - 16.08.2010 at 01:40  
Written by Elodie Artour on 16.08.2010 at 01:21

I was THERE and I can assure you that nearly every one was singing alone. Moreover, Bulgarian audience is loved by all metal bands, just like Latin American one is. There were actually many people headbanging and moshing. How come you didn't happen to see any of them?!


Because none of that was in the video footage shown. I had the same thoughts when I saw the crowd shots: I was surprised that the crowd seemed for the most part to be very bored and uninvolved.
Elodie Artour - 16.08.2010 at 01:58  
That's definitely weird because it was absolutely different there, trust me.
the stranger - 16.08.2010 at 08:34  
Written by Lit. on 15.08.2010 at 21:03

Wow, this is a lot sooner than I thought. Striving for the deluxe edition.
I hope they include the interviews and the Remembering Dio part in the special features or something.
And fix the fucking bugs. Anyone that saw it in the theaters have a sound problem when Megadeth played Sweating Bullets? For me the sound was gone and didn't come back until during Symphony of Destruction. Anyone else have that problem, or was it just my theater?


I think it was just your theater. Here we didn't have that problem.
Athropos - 16.08.2010 at 12:11  
Interesting, I may buy it depending on the price...
Warman - 16.08.2010 at 18:43  
Must have this!

BTW, wonder if they'll come to Sweden next year? Because when I saw Anthrax at Sonisphere they said "see you next year with the big four!".


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