Metallica performed to a sold-out crowd at the Hollywood Palladium in Citi Sound Vault, a four-night concert series curated exclusively for Citi cardmembers.
Fans explode into cheers as Metallica, who was an hour late because of a performance at the Grammy awards, enters the stage.
James Hetfield, lead vocalist and guitarist, starts off the concert with ''Hardwired,'' the title single of the 2016 album ''Hardwired... to Self-Destruct.''
Bassist Robert Trujillo plays ''Hardwired.'' Trujillo joined the band in 2003, replacing Jason Newsted, and has been a constant member since.
Lead guitarist Kirk Hammett and Trujillo play side-by-side during the 1984 single ''Creeping Death.''
Drummer Lars Ulrich and Hetfield play ''Creeping Death.'' Ulrich and Hetfield formed Metallica in 1981.
Hammett plays his guitar solo during ''Creeping Death.''
Hammett, Trujillo and Ulrich group up.
Hetfield sings ''Creeping Death.''
Trujillo opens the 1985 classic ''For Whom the Bell Tolls'' with the signature bass riff.
Hetfield holds the mic up to the crowd to catch their chants during ''For Whom the Bell Tolls.''
Ulrich plays the drums. The last time Ulrich and Metallica played at the Palladium was more than 30 years ago on March 10, 1985.
Ulrich and Hetfield perform, illuminated from the back by stage lights.
Hammett and Hetfield rile the crowd on the second floor of the Palladium.
Hammett shreds his guitar during his solo for ''For Whom the Bell Tolls.''
The performance featured hallmarks of a thrash metal concert such as crowd surfers and mosh pits.