Metallica performed their classic, “Enter Sandman”, on the fourth night of their week-long residency on CBS-TV’s Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson Thursday.
The track originally appeared on the band’s self-titled 1991 album, which went on to become Metallica’s biggest-selling release with more than 30 million copies worldwide, including 16 million in the States alone.
Earlier this week, the group performed their 1983 classic, “Hit The Lights”, 1997’s “Fuel”, and 1984’s “For Whom The Bell Tolls.”
On November 24, Metallica will release a 10th anniversary, two-disc Blu-ray edition of the 2004 documentary, "Some Kind Of Monster."
The new edition of the film will include all the extras from the original 2005 DVD release and will be available digitally and via VOD for the first time.
Check out a preview of the 25-minute bonus feature, “This Monster Lives”, here.
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