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James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett, Metallica, Soundwave 2013, Photo Ros O'Gorman

James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett, Metallica, Soundwave 2013, Photo Ros O'Gorman

Metallica Dig Deep For Soundwave Melbourne Setlist

by Paul Cashmere on March 2, 2013

in Live,News

Metallica mined deep into their early catalogue for their Soundwave Melbourne setlist, even performing a song from the “Black” album never performed before outside of the Black Album anniversary shows last year.

James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett, Metallica, Soundwave 2013, Photo Ros O'Gorman

James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett, Metallica, Soundwave 2013, Photo Ros O'Gorman

‘My Friend of Misery’ is track 11 on the ‘Metallica’ aka “Black” album. The song, originally released on the 1991 album, has only even been performed 18 times including this Soundwave show and only ever before as part of the complete album shows of 2012. It was the first time the song had ever been performed by Metallica in Australia.

The setlist itself was designed for the long-term fans. The only song post-1991 was ‘All Nightmare Long’ from their last album ‘Death Magnetic’ in 2008.

Metallica are touring Australia as the headline act for the Soundwave Festival.

Remaining shows are:

March 3, Adelaide
March 4, Perth

Here is the setlist for Metallica at Soundwave Melbourne, March 1, 2013:

Intro: The Ecstasy of Gold – Ennio Morricone
Hit The Lights (from Kill ‘Em All, 1983)
Master Of Puppets (from Master of Puppets, 1986)
The Four Horsemen (from Kill ‘Em All, 1983)
Harvester of Sorrow (from And Justice For All, 1988)
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) (from Master of Puppets, 1986)
Leper Messiah (from Master of Puppets, 1986)
My Friend of Misery (from Metallica, 1991)
Sad But True (from Metallica, 1991)
Fade To Black (from Ride The Lightning, 1984)
All Nightmare Long (from Death Magnetic, 2008)
One (from And Justice For All, 1988)
For Whom The Bell Tolls (from Ride The Lightning, 1984)
Blackened (from And Justice For All, 1988)
Nothing Else Matters (from Metallica, 1991)
Enter Sandman (from Metallica, 1991)

Creeping Death (from Ride The Lightning, 1984)
Damage Inc (from Master of Puppets, 1986)
Seek & Destroy (from Kill ‘Em All, 1983)

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