On Instagram, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich has posted two rare photos from Metallica history, which was taken 22 years ago today.

He has shared an little-known story with this statement:

“22 years ago today, we did a rare thing in ‘Tallica history… We played two shows in one day.

In the middle of a two-night stint at Gund Arena in Cleveland, we played a lunch time show for our friends at radio station @1007WMMS, The Coffee Break Concert at The Odeon.”

He continued:

“Yes indeed people, let’s get hot, sweaty and bothered around noon time….played seven songs including Devil’s Dance and Wasting My Hate and then rocked the arena that night.

Cleveland, you’ve always held a special place in our hearts.. does anyone out there remember this or actually join in?”

See the photos below.

Three days ago, Lars has shared another historical story on Instagram, and wrote:

“On this day in ‘95, pioneering hard rock radio station KNAC in Long Beach, Cali shut down… last song they played was Fade to Black. James and I were there with the emotional crew as an incredible chapter came to end.

KNAC was the first commercial station in the US to play next level hard rock 24-7 continuously and became the soundtrack and part of every experience any of us had when we were hanging in SoCal, especially when we recorded the Justice and Black albums. Pictured here with Pounding Pat O’Connor on that sad last day. #wanna #knac #purerock”

See the Instagram post below.