JAMES HETFIELD Performs With ALICE IN CHAINS In Germany: Audio Available

METALLICA frontman James Hetfield joined ALICE IN CHAINS on stage for a renditon of their song "Would?" at the Rock am Ring festival in Nürburgring, Germany on Friday, June 2. Download the audio of Hetfield's appearance at this location.

ALICE IN CHAINS setlist – June 2, 2006 at Rock am Ring festival in Nürburgring, Germany:

01. It Ain't Like That
02. Junkhead
03. Again
04. Dam That River
05. We Die Young
06. Them Bones
08. No Excuses
09. Rooster
10. Would? (feat. James Hetfield)
11. Man in the Box

According to a posting on METALLICA's web site, MTV Europe will be broadcasting METALLICA's June 3 performance at the Rock Am Ring festival (first hour for all MTV Europe, complete show for Germany). Check local listings for exact show times.

(Thanks: Johan Bjelke / Johan Mörling)


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