Miley Cyrus performed a cover of METALLICA's "Nothing Else Matters" at U.K.'s Glastonbury festival this past weekend. She also played her previously released version of NINE INCH NAILS' "Head Like A Hole", which was featured in the TV series "Black Mirror".
Cyrus's rendition of the METALLICA classic — which can be heard below — comes five months after drummer Lars Ulrich says that he was "stunned" by her take on the TEMPLE OF THE DOG classic "Say Hello 2 Heaven" at the "I Am The Highway: A Tribute To Chris Cornell" concert at the Forum in Los Angeles.
Back in January, Ulrich took to his Instagram to post a photo of him backstage with Cyrus, along with the message: "Still stunned by your next level version of 'Say Hello 2 Heaven' for Chris! Beyond inspiring."
The 26-year-old former "Hannah Montana" star had never performed at the iconic music festival before her set on the Pyramid Stage Sunday evening.
She was joined during the concert by DJ and producer Mark Ronson. Also appearing with the singer was Lil Nas X, who performed the remix of "Old Town Road" alongside Miley's father Billy Ray Cyrus.
"In many ways, this show has changed my fucking life drastically: a lot of hard work, a lot of dedication, and a lot of sacrifice," she told the crowd at one point.
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