"I've gotta tell you I wasn't feeling very good before I came out here."

James Hetfield shared those vulnerable words with tens of thousands of fans at Metallica's final South American show of 2022 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on May 12. As he said the words, he was greeted with support not only from the crowd, but from his bandmates, too.

"I talked to these guys, and they helped me—as simple as that," he said about his 'Tallica brothers. "They gave me a hug and said, 'Hey, if you're struggling on stage, we've got your back.' And I tell you, it means the world to me."

As you can hear from the full show over at LiveMetallica.com and nugs.net, Hetfield and company sounded great, regardless of any insecurities he may have faced before showtime. Now, not only can you hear how good the band sounded, but you can see it, too, thanks to two brand-new live videos from that gig at Estádio do Mineirão.

Metallica recently shared their performance of "Fight Fire With Fire," and then not long after, they released their live rendition of Death Magnetic's crushing "Cyanide"—check it out below.

Watch Metallica Perform "Cyanide" Live in Belo Horizonte

Following their trend of sharing a few live videos from each South American stop, Metallica have released a third live video from the Belo Horizonte concert: The beautiful fan favorite from Ride the Lightning, "Fade to Black."

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This marked the 1,199th time Metallica played "Fade to Black" live; the first time they performed it onstage was on Feb. 8, 1985, at Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. You can watch the recent Belo Horizonte performance of the track below.

Watch Metallica Perform "Fade to Black" Live in Belo Horizonte

Metallica played their second U.S. show of 2022 on Friday, May 27, as they headlined the opening night of BottleRock in Napa, Calif., and on Sunday night, they'll close out Boston Calling. Grab their full tour schedule here.

Some of Our Favorite Live Photos of James Hetfield

Covering nearly 20 years of performances, the below photos display why James Hetfield is one of the best frontmen in rock and roll.

Each shot shows his raw energy, intensity and overall fun spirit at Metallica's live shows. If a photo is worth a thousand words, we know these shots are worth thousands of Hetfield's growls.

Some of Our Favorite Live Photos of Lars Ulrich

As iconic as James Hetfield is, as much of a shredder as Kirk Hammett is and as crazy as Robert Trujillo is onstage, there might be no member more associated with Metallica than Lars Ulrich.

Afterall, he's the reason the band even exists. He's a major part of the songwriting process. He's the voice that stood up for Metallica and musicians across the globe in the wake of Napster.

After hours and hours of rifling through photos of Ulrich, we whittled this list down to just a few of our favorite live shots from the last 20 years. Of course, there's no way to encapsulate Ulrich in a mere photograph, but as you will no doubt be able to tell, you can get pretty close.

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