Metallica upload footage of Doodles, a mid-show treat captured at recent concerts

Features Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo covering songs from other artists.

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Metallica have uploaded a series of YouTube videos showcasing Doodles, a mid-show act put on by guitarist Kirk Hammett and bassist Robert Trujillo during recent WorldWired tour shows.

The videos, which were shot during the band’s recent performances in Scandinavia and Russia, feature the pair covering classic rock tunes from bands native to those concert locations. Examples include a rendition of Danish band D.A.D’s Sleeping My Day Away in Copenhagen, as well as a performance of Insener Garini Hüperboloid – by Estonian punk rock group Vennaskond’sin – in Tartu.

The stripped-back covers feature just bass and guitar, and the occasional vocals provided by Trujillo.

Check out Hammett and Trujillo’s rendition of Kino’s Gruppa Krovi below:

Watch the other Doodles on Metallica’s YouTube page.

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