Metallica To Debut New Song And Let Fans Pick Their Setlist

(hennemusic) Metallica have announced that fans will vote to create the setlist for the band's 2014 summer shows in Europe and they also revealed that they will be performing a new song on the trek.

"As we embark on two short treks through Europe, we're going to give you, the ticket holders, the chance to vote on what songs you would like to hear at the show(s) that you attend," posted Metallica. "It will be pretty simple... pick up your ticket(s) online and you'll receive an e-mail shortly after with a code and a link to a site on which you may cast your ballot."

"We normally play around 18 songs a night, and since we didn't want to be left out of the fun, the band also gets to vote . . . and we vote for a NEW SONG!," added the group.

"That leaves the other 17 slots for you to choose, so vote for all your favorites from the close to 140 songs we've recorded in our career and to make it more fun along the way, you'll be able to follow what you and your fellow fans are selecting by watching the site for continuous results." more on this story

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