The buzz surrounding Metallica's upcoming concert film 'Through the Never' continues to grow. Last night (July 19), the band revealed a second trailer for the movie, as well as its poster.

"It's here, @Metallica Through The Never trailer/film poster. @IMAX 3D on 9/27! #MetallicaMovie," the band tweeted, along with the embedded poster and a link to the film's website. Both the trailer and the artwork, which features star Dane DeHaan wearing a hoodie and a leather jacket, with a Metallica-themed kerchief covering the lower half of his face, are downloadable.

DeHaan plays Trip, a fresh-faced roadie sent out on a mission to recover something the band needs from one of its trucks that has run out of gas in the middle of a city shortly before a concert. "My whole life I've been waiting for that moment when it all starts to make sense," he says in the trailer's voice-over as 'Enter Sandman' plays. "Another night, another show. I do what they tell me. I go where they send me. But sometimes the moment that changes everything is the one you never see coming."

However, the seemingly easy task turns - as expected for anything Metallica does - dark. Trip gets caught up in the middle of a riot, with the brutality of the events underscored by Metallica's music.

'Through the Never' will be released on Sept. 27 at IMAX 3D theaters, with a general release date of Oct. 4. Advance tickets can be purchased at the film's website.