It's obvious Metallica are excited to be back on the road. The last couple of years have been tough for all musicians and even the biggest band in the world was not immune to canceled shows and postponed tours.

Following a handful of festival dates and their massive 40th anniversary gigs in 2021, there is no question Metallica are ecstatic to be playing for thousands of screaming fans all over the world. And you don't have to look any further than their recent performance of "Creeping Death" at Campo Aregentino de Polo in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Fortunately for the world, Metallica have released a pro-shot recording of them tearing through the Ride the Lightning classic—and you can watch it below.

Watch Metallica Perform "Creeping Death" in Buenos Aires

"Creeping Death" came near the end of Metallica's regular set, just ahead of "No Leaf Clover" and "Master of Puppets." It's a favorite track of 'Tallica fans—often considered one of their best songs of all time. They've played it live more than 1,500 times since debuting it onstage at the Keystone in Palo Alto, Calif., on Halloween 1983.

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Just like the audience in Santiago, the fans in Buenos Aires did everything they could to be part of the performance of "Creeping Death." You can hear their presence all over the song as they scream along to the song's iconic riffs.

It seems like Metallica are on a roll sharing live clips from their shows; with plenty more dates scheduled all over the world, fans are likely in store for an onslaught of live music for the rest of the year.

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