METALLICA: Setlist For THE ROLLING STONES Concert Revealed

According to early reports from METALLICA's support gig with THE ROLLING STONES at SBC Park in San Francisco, METALLICA performed the following set at tonight's concert:

01. Orion (first half of the song only)
02. Master of Puppets (full version)
03. No Leaf Clover
04. King Nothing
05. Fade to Black
06. I Disappear
07. Turn the Page
08. Sad But True
09. One
10. Nothing Else Matters
11. Enter Sandman

METALLICA will open for THE ROLLING STONES again on Tuesday (Nov. 15) at the same venue. These are METALLICA's only live shows of 2005.

As previously reported, METALLICA guitarist Kirk Hammett will appear on the cover of the January 2006 issue of Guitar World magazine, which is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of the band's landmark "Master of Puppets" album. The issue goes on sale November 22.

The band will reportedly reconvene after the STONES shows or early in 2006 to begin working on material for their ninth studio album.

(Thanks: Michael Robison)


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