Looks like the Foo Fighters aren’t the only rock band that can hang out on late night TV for a week-long residency. Starting in November, Metallica will be playing every night of the week on the “Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson.”
From the band’s official website:
“We’re excited to celebrate Craig Ferguson’s final season on CBS as he has personally invited us to join him for an entire week of performances starting Monday, November 17th. We’ll be playing every night that week and on the first night (Monday) we’ll sit down with Craig to chat about all things ‘Tallica.
Met Club members should log in for information about how they can be a guest in the studio audience during the filming of the show in Los Angeles, CA.”
Metallica are no strangers to late-night TV; they played two songs on Saturday Night Live in 1997, drummer Lars Ulrich made an appearance on Late Night With Conan O’Brien show back in 2004, and more recently the band played on The Colbert Report in support of Through The Never in 2013.