Metallica are previewing their upcoming S&M2 concert movie with a clip of the song "The Memory Remains." The film documents two concerts the band performed last month with the San Francisco Symphony.

S&M2 will be screened on Oct. 9 in more than 3,000 theaters around the world. (You can find the one nearest to your location at the movie's website.) The shows celebrated the 20th anniversary of the original S&M shows, as well as the opening of the new Chase Center on San Francisco's waterfront.

The two musical forces combined to perform several songs from the 1999 dates plus some new compositions the band has released since then. The orchestra was conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas.

You can watch "The Memory Remains" clip below.

One of the show's highlights came from the symphony's bassist, Scott Pingel, who performed Cliff Burton's "Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth)" solo on an upright bass. As Pingel told UCR, playing the late Burton's piece was something he wanted to do ever since he was a teenager.

"I remember sitting in my house, listening to the Kill 'Em All album, and hearing that solo," he said. "It was such a cool sound, particularly the way he used the effects. I had no idea whatsoever how he did it. I had no idea about effects pedals, but I loved it. I never really explored how to do it until a few months ago."

Metallica, 'S&M2' Track Listing
Set I
1. "The Ecstasy of Gold" (performed by the San Francisco Symphony)
2. "The Call of Ktulu"
3. "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
4. "The Day That Never Comes"
5. "The Memory Remains"
6. "Confusion"
7. "Moth Into Flame"
8. "The Outlaw Torn"
9. "No Leaf Clover"
10. "Halo on Fire"

Set II
11. "Scythian Suite, Op.20, Second Movement" (Prokofiev, performed by the San Francisco Symphony)
12. "Iron Foundry"
13. "The Unforgiven III" (performed by the San Francisco Symphony)
14. "All Within My Hands"
15. "(Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth"
16. "Wherever I May Roam"
17. "One"
18. "Master of Puppets"
19. "Nothing Else Matters"
20. "Enter Sandman"


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