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James Hetfield of Metallica photo by Ros OGorman

James Hetfield of Metallica photo by Ros OGorman

Metallica Play Another San Francisco Symphony Concert 20 Years After The First

by Paul Cashmere on September 8, 2019

in News

Metallica have performed another hometown orchestrated show with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra 20 years after their first event in 1999.

‘S&M2’ updated the first episode with many of the tracks sourced from subsequent albums from 2003’s ‘St Anger’ to the last Metallica studio album ‘Hardwired … To Self Destruct’.

The Metallica S&M2 special event with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra took place at the new Chase Theater in San Francisco, home of the Golden State Warriors, before 16,000 fans.

The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas conducted the orchestra. This will be the final season for Thomas, who is retiring after undergoing heart surgery earlier this year.

Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony set list:
The Ecstasy of Gold (San Francisco Symphony)
The Call of Ktulu (from Ride The Lightning, 1984)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (from Ride The Lightning, 1984)
The Day That Never Comes (from Death Magnetic, 1998)
The Memory Remains (from Reload, 1997)
Confusion (from Hardwired … To Self Destruct, 2016)
Moth Into Flame (from Hardwired … To Self Destruct, 2016)
The Outlaw Torn (from Load, 1996)
No Leaf Clover (from S&M Live, 1999)
Halo on Fire (from Hardwired … To Self Destruct, 2016)

Scythian Suite, Op.20 , Second Movement (San Francisco Symphony)
Iron Foundry (San Francisco Symphony with Metallica)
The Unforgiven III (James Hetfield solo with the San Francisco Symphony) (from Death Magnetic, 1998)
All Within My Hands (from St Anger, 2003)
(Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth (from Kill ‘Em All, 1983)
Wherever I May Roam (from Metallica, 1991)
One (from … And Justice for All, 1988)
Master of Puppets (from Master of Puppets, 1986)
Nothing Else Matters (from Metallica, 1991)
Enter Sandman (from Metallica, 1991)

The concert will screen in cinemas worldwide from 8 October.

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