Rolling Stone: Watch Metallica Rip Through ‘Enter Sandman’ in Their Storage Facility
Metallica returned to the stage Sunday night for a performance of their classic 1991 song “Enter Sandman” for the Late Show‘s Super Bowl special. Shot in the band’s storage facility, the video features gear and speaker cabinets from across their career.
Despite being waylaid by Covid-19 in 2020, Metallica had a pretty packed year. The performance follows a Helping Hands Concert & Auction charity livestream at the end of last year during which Metallica played acoustic renditions of “Blackened” and “Now That We’re Dead,” as well as “Nothing Else Matters,” “The Unforgiven,” and an “All Within My Hands.” They also performed the National Anthem at a San Francisco Giants game in September, released a newly filmed concert that they showed at drive-in movie theaters, and dropped their S&M2 album.