It’s the fourth of five performances from the classic band this week.
“For Metallica, it’s nine studio albums, four live albums, five EPs, 26 music videos, 37 singles and one huge favor to our low-budget late-night trainwreck.”
After performing “Hit the Lights” the night before, the band jumped ahead a decade and a half.
Bono and U2 may have had to cancel their Tonight Show residency, but the guys of Metallica were in tip-top shape to kick off their week-long stay at The Late Late Show.
See artists like The Black Keys, Bruce Springsteen, Metallica and more this Veteran’s Day.
And they’re asking fans to help them collect artifacts from the era.
The residency coincides with the 10-year anniversary of Metallica’s documentary, ‘Some Kind of Monster,’ and the release of the band’s new single.