Metallica's 2019 Performances with SFS Dropping as Box Set in August

A "S&M²" box set, featuring Metallica's 2019 performance with the San Francisco Symphony will be made available in August. 

The "S&M²" concerts featured Metallica reuniting with San Francisco Symphony for the first time since the original "S&M²" performances in 1999 documented by the Grammy-winning live record "S&M" in addition to the first-ever Metallica/San Francisco Symphony renditions of songs written and released since those shows. 

Filmed over the two sold-out Metallica shows that opened the Chase Center, the new 18,064-seat arena in San Francisco, "S&M²" captures more than two and a half hours of the band joining forces with the nearly 80-strong San Francisco Symphony, with a special appearance by legendary conductor Michael Tilson Thomas.

The shows each drew 16,000 fans and saw Metallica playing on a circular, revolving stage in the center of the arena floor, surrounded by 75 members of the Symphony and conductor Edwin Outwater. The three-hour shows were split into two parts and included a rendition of "Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth)" from Metallca's debut album, "Kill 'Em All", performed as a solo by the Symphony bassist Scott Pingel in tribute to their late bassist Cliff Burton.

Set I:

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

06. Confusion

07. Moth Into Flame

08. The Outlaw Torn
09. No Leaf Clover

10. Halo On Fire

Set II:

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

17. One

18. Master Of Puppets

19. Nothing Else Matters

20. Enter Sandman (with "The Frayed Ends Of Sanity" outro)