METALLICA Drummer Joins ALICE IN CHAINS For 'Man In the Box'

METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich joined ALICE IN CHAINS on stage at Vega in Copenhagen, Denmark Monday night (June 19) for a rendition of the AIC classic "Man in the Box". Also making guest appearances with the group were STONE SOUR's Corey Taylor and Josh Rand, who jammed with ALICE IN CHAINS earlier in the set on "Again".

ALICE IN CHAINS setlist for June 19, 2006 show at Vega in Copenhagen, Denmark:

01. Sludge Factory
02. Dam That River
03. Rain When I Die
04. It Ain't Like That
05. Again (feat. Corey Taylor & Josh Rand)
06. Junkhead
07. No Excuses
08. Down in a Hole
09. We Die Young
10. Them Bones
11. Man in the Box (feat. Lars Ulrich on drums)
12. Nutshell
13. Rooster
14. Would?

ALICE IN CHAINSJerry Cantrell, Sean Kinney, Mike Inez and William DuVall (who will handle lead vocals for the group) — completed a short U.S. tour in May and are currently on the road in Europe playing a series of club dates and festival appearances.

(Thanks: Mathias Nielsen)


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