Metallica Kickoff European 2019 WorldWired Tour with New Setlist

After taking barely two months off, Metallica have returned to Europe for the 13th leg of their WorldWired Tour! And once again, they've switched up their 18-song setlist. They kicked things off Lisbon, Portugal at the Estadio do Restelo.
The rock gods kicked off with "Hardwired" - per usual. But by the second song, the tour saw a new track pop up - they switch out "Atlas, Rise!" for "Disposable Heroes" off Master of Puppets! It hadn't been part of a Metallica tour since 2015.
"Disposable Heroes" Live
Next they added back "Ride the Lightning" followed by another tour debut - "The God that Failed." The latter track hadn't been performed since 2012. They moved "Here Comes Revenge," "Sad But True" and "Moth Into Flame" a few spots up the setlist.
Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo continued their tradition of adding a local touch to a track on the setlist. Last night, the two solo'd tracks by Portuguese band Censurados and Xutos & Pontapes, while also playing parts from “ManUNkind” and “Orion.” This was all during "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)."
Following this track came another tour debut, "Frantic," which was performed for the first time since 2011! They ended the set with "Seek & Destroy" before coming back out for their 3-song encore. They hit it off with one last tour debut, and the live debut of the final studio version of "Lords of Summer."
The night ended as it always does with their two biggest hits "Nothing Else Matters" and "Enter Sandman"!
Peep the full setlist below:
Catch Metallica while they tour through Europe on the WorldWired Tour for one last time!
Metallica 2019 European Tour Dates:
Madrid, Valdebebas (Spain) - May 3
Barcelona Estadi Olympic Lluis Companys (Spain) - May 5
Milan, SNAI San Siro Hippodrome (Italy) - May 8
Zurich Letzigrund (Switzerland) - May 10
Paris, Stade De France (France) - May 12
Dublin, Slane Castle (Ireland) - June 8
Amsterdam, Johan Cruiff Arena (Netherlands) - June 11
Cologne, Rheinenergiestadion (Germany) - June 13
Brussels Koning Boudewijnstadion (Belgium) - June 16
Manchester Etihad Stadium (UK) - June 18
London, Twickenham Stadium (UK) - June 20
Berlin, Olympiastadion (Germany) - July 6
Gothenburg, Ullevi (Sweden) - July 9
Copenhagen Telia Parken (Denmark) - July 11
Trondheim Granasen (Norway) - July 13
Hämeenlinnam, Kantolan Tapahtumapuisto (Finland) - July 16
Raadi Airfield (Estonia) - July 18
Moscow, Luzhniki Stadium (Russia) - July 21
Bucharest Arena Nationala (Romania) - August 14
Vienna, Ernst-Happel-Stadion (Austria) - August 16
Prague Airport Letnany (Czech Republic) - August 18
Warsaw, PGE Narodowy (Poland) - August 21
Munich, Olympiastadion (Germany) - August 23
Mannheim, Maimarktgelande (Germany) - August 25
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Last updated: 18 Jul 2019, 01:42 Etc/UTC