Metallica: Through The Never, filmmaker Nimród Antal’s 3D IMAX movie featuring one of rock music’s most iconic bands, is set to make its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 9. Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich cites the 1976 Led Zeppelin film The Song Remains The Same as one of the biggest influences for Metallica: Through The Never, explaining, “There are four members in Led Zeppelin, four members in Metallica, it’s a full-length movie, and there’s a lot in this film that does not take place onstage. The major difference is that the stuff that takes place offstage in the Metallica movie does not feature any members of Metallica. It’s two separate worlds — a Metallica show and a story that unfolds in a parallel universe — and at some point they intertwine.” The movie will be exclusively released in IMAX theaters across North America for one week starting Sept. 27, and will then play at select theaters as of Oct. 4. Check out a trailer after the jump. You can purchase a CD and buy concert tickets here.