Virginia Tech takes land at Metallica, registers on seismograph
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – NOVEMBER 26: Singer / guitarist James Hetfield of Metallica performs during a stop on the band’s WorldWired Tour at T-Mobile Arena on November 26, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Everyone has their favorite music, and for the Virginia Tech football team, it’s Metallica.
The team took to the field for Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” ahead of their game against North Carolina on Friday (September 3).
The team’s larger-than-life entry was even recorded on readings from seismographs in Blacksburg, Va., As reported by @RedditCFB. This is what you get when you have 65,000 football fans swinging simultaneously on Metallica.
Metallica tunes are commonly performed at sporting events, but given that these football fans have been home for a year, it’s no wonder they explode like it’s their first time. heard the group.
In other news, Metallica will reissue their famous Black album in conjunction with their 30th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition box set this Friday (September 10).
Look at the entrance to the great Virginia Tech field below.
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Anne Erickson’s love for music drew her to radio, and she started soon after graduating from MSU. She has a passion for rock and metal, as well as for local music. She also runs the band Upon Wings. Email Anne at [email protected] and tweet @AnneErickson!