METALLICA Plays Second Show With SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY For Grand Opening Of Chase Center (Videos available)
METALLICA Plays Second Show With SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY For Grand Opening Of Chase Center
Last night (Sunday, September 8), METALLICA played the second of two shows with the San Francisco Symphony for the grand opening of Chase Center, the new home of the Golden State Warriors.
The concert, conducted by Edwin Outwater with a special appearance by Michael Tilson Thomas, marked the 20th anniversary of METALLICA’s first performance with the symphony at the Berkeley Community Theater in 1999, which resulted in the live album “S&M” (Symphony & Metallica). A film of this month’s concerts (including Sunday’s performance at the same venue), called “S&M²”, will arrive in theaters worldwide on October 9.
Sunday’s show once again drew 16,000 fans and saw the four members of METALLICA playing on a circular, revolving stage in the center of the arena floor, surrounded by 75 members of the Symphony and Outwater.
The three-hour concert was split into two parts and included a rendition of “Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth)” from METALLICA’s debut album, “Kill ‘Em All”, performed as a solo by the Symphony bassist Scott Pingel in tribute to METALLICA’s late bassist Cliff Burton.
01. The Ecstasy Of Gold (Ennio Morricone cover) (performed by the San Francisco Symphony)
02. The Call Of Ktulu
03. For Whom The Bell Tolls
04. The Day That Never Comes
05. The Memory Remains
07. Moth Into Flame (still without Lady Gaga)
08. The Outlaw Torn
09. No Leaf Clover
10. Halo On Fire
11. Scythian Suite, Op.20, Second Movement (Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev cover) (performed by the San Francisco Symphony)
12. Iron Foundry (Alexander Mosolov cover) (live debut)
13. The Unforgiven III (performed by the San Francisco Symphony)
14. All Within My Hands (acoustic)
15. (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth (bass part performed by San Francisco Symphony bassist)
16. Wherever I May Roam
18. Master Of Puppets
19. Nothing Else Matters
20. Enter Sandman (with “The Frayed Ends Of Sanity” outro)
Rage of fans
Back in March, METALLICA fans took to Twitter to express their outrage after the pre-sale for the first “S&M²” show ended within seconds due to bots grabbing all the available tickets.
The original “S&M” concerts were conducted by the late Michael Kamen in spring of 1999 at the Berkeley Community Theatre.
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