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Check out Metallica’s full 1994 set, recorded on their summer tour in 1994

For the seventeenth edition of Metallica Mondays, the thrash legends have dusted off two VHS tape from Lars’ basement to bring us a whopping two-hour-plus set from Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California.

On the night in question, the band were supported by Suicidal Tendencies, whose ranks included none other than now-Metallica bassist Rob Trujillo.

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Dubbed the Shit Hits The Sheds tour (or sometimes the Summer Shit tour), Lars explains that the Four Horsemen had Nothing to promote, no agenda, it’s just a fun run through The States in the hot summer of 94.”

And with no agenda in sight, Metallica’s huge setlist comprised tracks from each of their albums to date, including Whiplash, Harvester Of Sorrow, Disposable Heroes and The God That Failed. Plus covers of Breadfan and So What thrown in for good measure.

Metallica setlist

Master Of Puppets
Wherever I May Roam
Harvester Of Sorrow
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
The God That Failed
Ride The Lightning / No Remorse / The Four Horsemen / Phantom Lord / Fight Fire With Fire
For Whom The Bell Tolls
Disposable Heroes
Seek & Destroy
Nothing Else Matters
Creeping Death
Fade To Black

Sad But True

Encore 2:
Enter Sandman
So What

In Lars’ intro, he also reveals that an update on the long-awaited S&M2 release is coming soon. Keep an eye on Kerrang! for all the latest details.

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Posted on July 14th 2020, 10:45a.m.
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