The lead guitarist and contributing songwriter of Metallica, Kirk Hammett has remembered the times when they got on the stage before the global pandemic broke out through a photo revealing what he misses the most.
On Instagram, the legendary guitarist Kirk Hammett has disclosed the fact that he is longing for the period when they were on tour or performing live in front of thousands of people.
Hammett posted a shot taken by Metallica’s tour photographer, Brett Murray, when he stood beside the setlist with his stylish shoes. Kirk said in the caption that he misses staring at the setlist about these times.
As you know, Metallica has released their successful musical project ‘S&M2’ this year. The new album was recorded and filmed at the Chase Center in San Francisco on September 6 and September 8, 2019, with Edwin Outwater and Michael Tilson Thomas conducting the symphony orchestra.
The concert was released in theaters on October 9, 2019, and the live album came out on August 28, 2020. Since then, the band members have been partially continuing to work on new music. Kirk Hammett and the bassist of the band, Rob Trujillo, have posed together lately to announce that they are rehearsing. Kirk also added that the photo was taken by Brett Murray.
Here is what Kirk Hammett said in his latest Instagram post:
“I miss staring at setlists… 🎸⚡️”
You can see the post below.