15 Of The Best Covers By Metallica Throughout The Years (2022)

We told you about the most monumental covers of Metallica songs, but Metallica are a pretty capable cover band in their own right. There is a wealth of Metallica covers to choose from, especially since they collated all the early recordings on the excellent Garage, Inc. compilation. Their earliest gigs included more than one Diamond Head cover and indeed, many of their tour cycles have featured a ‘tribute’ section in the set where they rotate through their cover arsenal, paying respect to those who came before them. They are fond of off-beat covers too, rarely choosing the biggest hit by their favourite bands and looking for moments where they can add their own slant to it. There came to be a bit of a ‘Metallica effect’ too for these bands: there is no way bands like The Misfits or Diamond Head would be as recognised by metal fans today had the biggest metal band in the world not covered their tunes. Nor would many of them have ever listened to Nick Cave or some of the other artists below.

We have ignored the Kirk/Rob cover jams from their WorldWired Tour, since for every example where they do something kind of awesome, they completely trash another song. Honourable mention to their performance as one of the backing bands at the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame 25th Anniversary concert in 2009 where they got to play covers with Ozzy Osbourne, Lou Reed and Ray Davis.

And sure, you’re going to see a lot of Garage Inc. below because it certainly showcases some of the best covers out there, however there are some gems beyond the 1998 double-disc that were worth including, so check it out.

15. ‘Ecstacy of Gold’ – Ennio Morriccone

From their club beginnings through the recent WorldWired Tour, nearly every Metallica show has opened with a taped version from The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, with the exception of the memorable live versions by the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra for the S&M concerts. The Metallica version appeared on a tribute to Morriccone and, despite initially starting in a similar vein, it soon becomes a galloping thrashfest for Kirk Hammett to unleash his wah wah pedal. It is a great collection of solos and it’s a shame the band hasn’t brought it to the stage …yet.

14. ‘Remember Tomorrow’ – Iron Maiden

Despite a drunken dig at ‘Run to the Hills’ at the end of the Garage Days Re-Revisited EP, Metallica had largely avoided covering ‘big’ bands of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. That changed when Kerrang magazine was putting together an all star tribute to Iron Maiden. Metallica’s version of the power ballad from Maiden’s debut established what many had long suspected – it was an enormous influence on songs like ‘Fade to Black’.

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13. ‘All Your Lies’ – Soundgarden

Metallica had toured with Soundgarden on Lollapalooza in 1996, so when it came to commemorate Chris Cornell’s passing, the four horsemen delivered two covers at a tribute concert. ‘All Your Lies’ is a muscular thrash version of the punk/grunge classic, with Hetfield’s vocal attack a highlight.

12. ‘Sabbra Cadabra’ – Black Sabbath

Despite having released a ton of covers by the time they got together for Garage, Inc, Metallica had never released a cover of metal’s godfathers. Rather than choose ‘Paranoid’ or ‘War Pigs’, they went to this lighter psychedelic track from Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. The riff is brilliant and it sounds like Kirk is having fun with it. They actually skip the most psychedelic section, instead segueing into the darker themes of ‘A National Acrobat’, turning the track on its head before returning to the levity of ‘Sabbra Cadabra’. A cool track to sing along to with a beer in hand.

11. ‘The Wait’ – Killing Joke

A different kind of Metallica cover, especially amongst the Garage Days collections. Rather than capture New Wave of British Heavy Metal or punk, ‘The Wait’ is a post-punk, almost industrial song by UK band Killing Joke. You know what attracted Metallica – the riff is a beastly power chord slab that hammers hard. The raw performance nature of the recording is pretty awesome too. Featured in the Jack Black family film School of Rock.

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10. ‘Die, Die My Darling’ – Misfits

This cover’s great because Metallica have fused their sound at the time (1998) with the sound of the original song. It’s a great sing-a-long but equally sounds super heavy, in a bit of a metal-up-your-arse kind of way.

9. ‘So What’ – Anti-Nowhere League

So there’s no way this song would be appreciated if released today, however you can appreciate it for what it was in its time. It’s an aggressive American interpretation on an original Brit-punk track, but it works, and it’s hilariously tuned eloquently in contrast to the, uh lyrics. Hetfield not only sounds great on this track, but it kind of highlights the band’s personality to choose to cover this song and bask in the glory.

8. ‘Killing Time’ – Sweet Savage

With just about a third of this track in a riffage intro, you know you’re in for something thrashy. I love Garage Inc. of course for its diversity, and this track picks things up a notch from the many Load/Reload-esque covers where Metallica were, well – maybe trying to find themselves a bit. ‘Killing Time’ could have sat as a cover on one of the band’s first albums, it works so well and they’ve put just the right spin on it, absolutely timeless.

7. ‘Last Caress/Green Hell’ – Misfits

An unlikely musical influence, especially compared to where Metallica were about to go on …And Justice For All, but here is a medley of two sick Misfits songs. ‘Last Caress’, though less controversial than ‘So What’, is still a disturbing ear worm that gets pulled out for encores regularly. They Metallica-fy it to the point it thrashes, even more so on the transition to a seriously brutal version of ‘Green Hell.’ Though they had long split up by 1987, The Misfits would find a new audience amongst metalheads and re-emerge (without Glen Danzig) soon after to cash in on their popularity.

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6. ‘Mercyful Fate (Medley)’ – Mercyful Fate

Confession: Until I heard this medley on Garage, Inc. I was ignorant to the ways of King Diamond and Mercyful Fate. I had been missing out. Metallica take a bunch of riffs and sections of early Fate tracks and combine it into 11 minutes of majestic metal. For some fans, Metallica hadn’t sounded like this since … And Justice For All. With Hetfied having no chance of matching Diamond’s high pitched shrieks, the lower register makes the songs heavier. Doubles as a rare example of the band going satanic too.

5. ‘Stone Cold Crazy’ – Queen

Their label of the time wanted current artists to cover each other as an anniversary collection, so Metallica (then a rising non-commercial entity) took one of the biggest artists and chose an obscure album track. The results speak for themselves. It thrashes hard, cheeky lyrics and all, and has become one of their most played covers, helped by the fact it was also a B-side on the ‘Enter Sandman’ single. Hetfield even sung it with Queen (and Tony Iommi) at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in 1992.

4. ‘Whiskey in the Jar’ – Traditional (inspired by Thin Lizzy’s version)

Just a fuckin riot, as depicted in the video. Downtuning the guitars gives it a real meanness too, and it’s a good example of Lars being able to sit with a groove. Probably the most fun cover in the arsenal. Totally fits as a single in the Load/ReLoad era.

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3. ‘Free Speech for the Dumb’ – Discharge

Opening ‘Garage Inc.’ this cover will stop you in your tracks. It’s one of those tracks where Kirk Hammett could be seen playing it live on the ground kicking and screaming as he riffs to the retching vocals. Hetfield has so much passion in this track and it’s simply raw. It has less profanities than ‘So What’ but almost feels more raw as Hetfield really tests his vocal capabilities. Great all-round song, and brings colour to the notion of intensity.

2. ‘Turn the Page’ – Bob Seger

This is a pretty special cover, and Metallica even released a music video for it, which has clocked over 50 Million hits to date. Wow. The metal gods bring in their Load/Reload energy into this one, but also their southern ‘Unforgiven’ side. It’s an immense cover, and is close to best-spot for a reason with its timelessness. You can tell Hetfield really enjoyed this one, and put in a genuine vocal effort. If breakdowns were around back then, the last minute would be that – incredible, emotive, electric.

1. ‘Am I Evil?’ – Diamond Head

Covered at their earliest gigs, recorded for the ‘Creeping Death’ single B-side and played on nearly every tour since. Sometimes they include the demonic snare drum intro, and sometimes they cut straight to the main riff. They even played it on the Big 4 tour with members of Megadeth, Anthrax and Slayer joining in. It’s a joy of sick guitar work, both the riff and the solos, and one that James can sink his teeth into vocally. A song so metal and sonomounus with Metallica that it could be an original – and it has collected plenty of cheques for Diamond Head for more than 35 years. Such is their reverence for Diamond Head and their album Lightening to the Nations that they also have covered ‘The Prince’, ‘Helpless’ and ‘It’s Electric’, for other B-sides and EPs (all of which are compiled on Garage, Inc.)

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Did Bob Seger like Metallica's cover of turn the page? ›

When asked for his thoughts on METALLICA's version of "Turn The Page", which appears on the band's 1998 covers/compilation album "Garage Inc.", Seger told Artisan News (see video below),"I loved it. They told me they were gonna it and I loved it.

Which Metallica song was a cover? ›

Songs covered by Metallica
SongPlay Count
Die, Die My Darling (Misfits cover) Play Video stats121
Turn the Page (Bob Seger cover) Play Video stats93
Blitzkrieg (Blitzkrieg cover) Play Video stats87
Whiskey in the Jar ([traditional] cover) Play Video stats87
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What is the most successful cover song of all time? ›

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  6. 'Hallelujah' by Jeff Buckley. ...
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What is Metallica's most successful song? ›

Undoubtedly Metallica's biggest song, the Black Album's airwaves-crashing lead single might lack the scope and complexity of much of the rest of their back-catalogue, but it also remains one of their best.

Did Metallica cover Turn The Page? ›

One of Seger's more iconic songs is “Turn The Page.” The song is about life on the road as a rockstar! Over the years this song has been covered by many bands, but one of the more iconic, and unusual covers is by Metallica. Metallica covered this song and released it as a single in 2004!

What is the meaning of Turn The Page? ›

(idiomatic) To move on to new involvements or activities; to make a fresh start. You've been divorced for three years. It's time to turn the page and start looking for somebody else.

Did Metallica cover a Queen song? ›

Metallica - Stone Cold Crazy

The 100mph Stone Cold Crazy from 1975's Sheer Heart Attack album has been cited as an influence on thrash metal – something Metallica acknowledged when they covered it at 1992's Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert.

What Black Sabbath song did Metallica cover? ›

'Sabbra Cadabra' – Metallica

Appearing on Garage Inc, their cover of 'Sabbra Cadabra' from Sabbath Bloody Sabbath was an unexpected one.

What songs did Metallica cover for Diamond Head? ›

Metallica would cover three more Diamond Head songs, including "Helpless" (1987's "The $5.98 E.P. - Garage Days Revisited"), "The Prince" (B-side of 1989 "One" single, "Garage Inc."), and "It's Electric" ("Garage Inc.")

What song remakes are better than the original? ›

30 covers that are better than the originals
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  • The Fall, 'Lost in Music' ...
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  • Arctic Monkeys, 'Love Machine'
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Who are famous for their covers? ›

Artists
  • Alien Ant Farm.
  • Elvis Presley.
  • Gloria Jones.
  • Joan Jett.
  • Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.
  • Joe Cocker.
  • Leonard Cohen.
  • Michael Jackson.
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What is Metallica's number 1 song? ›

1 on iTunes Rock Chart Thanks to 'Stranger Things' Season 4. Kate Bush isn't the only music artist to have a song from the 1980s make the charts in 2022 due to its inclusion in the fourth season of “Stranger Things.”

What is James Hetfield's favorite Metallica song? ›

And during one of his old interviews, James Hetfield revealed his one, as well. A few years ago, James Hetfield was asked which Metallica song made him proud the most. And while he was answering, the talented musician named his favorite song 'The Unforgiven II' from the band's 1997 album Reload.

Has Metallica ever had a Number 1? ›

1 song in four different decades — the 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and 2020s. Metallica's No. 1 Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs are: Until it Sleeps (1996); Hero of the Day (1996); Turn the Page (1998); No Leaf Clover (2000); I Disappear (2000); The Day That Never Comes (2008); Cyanide (2009); Hardwired (2016); Atlas, Rise!

How do you turn a page? ›

Push off the side of the book with your thumb so that the page you are grasping is slightly raised from the other pages. Move your hand, with the page still firmly between your thumb and finger, towards the left side. Do this far enough so the you can see the reverse side and can no longer see the front.

Who is the woman in the Metallica video Turn The Page? ›

The accompanying music video explores a day in the life not of musicians, but a mother (played by Ginger Lynn) who is a sex worker; that is, she works as a stripper by day, and a prostitute ...

Who did Turn The Page first? ›

Although the first recorded version of "Turn The Page" is the Back In '72 album, Bob Seger fans are most familiar with the rendition on Live Bullet.

Is Turn The Page a metaphor? ›

Song's Title “Turn the Page”

So as far as the title of this song goes, it is obviously a metaphor pointing to the singer growing complacent with this lifestyle.

What US city is mentioned in Turn The Page? ›

"Turn the Page," Bob's great road song, came along in '72, while we were driving home from a gig. I think we were in Dubuque, Iowa, in winter and stopped at a restaurant.

What does turning over a new leaf mean? ›

Meaning. to alter your behavior in a positive way. to start fresh. to change course. to start afresh.

Did Queen invented thrash metal? ›

Among the earliest songs credited with influencing future thrash musicians was Queen's "Stone Cold Crazy", recorded and released in 1974. The song was described as being thrash metal "before the term had been invented".

Is Stone Cold Crazy heavy metal? ›

"Stone Cold Crazy" is included on the band's 1992 compilation album, Classic Queen.
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Stone Cold Crazy.
"Stone Cold Crazy"
RecordedJuly–September 1974
GenreHeavy metal hard rock thrash metal speed metal
Length2:16
LabelEMI Elektra
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Is Stone Cold Crazy the first metal song? ›

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnGaEk0rZdU Recorded: 1974 Queen, a band synonymous with epic flights of fancy and Prog Rock pomp are hardly the first band that spring to mind when Heavy Metal is on the table but "Stone Cold Crazy" stands as a true anomaly in their back catalogue; heavy, fast and technically the first ...

Are Metallica in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? ›

Metallica was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009. Motörhead has been eligible since 2002.

Is Ozzy Osbourne in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? ›

Osbourne's total album sales from his years in Black Sabbath, combined with his solo work, are over 100 million. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Black Sabbath and into the UK Music Hall of Fame as a solo artist and as a member of the band.

Who has covered war pigs? ›

Versions
TitlePerformerRelease date
War PigsBlack SabbathSeptember 18, 1970
War PigsOzzy OsbourneNovember 27, 1982
War PigsSacred Reich1988
War PigsFaith No More1989
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Is Am I Evil a cover? ›

"Am I Evil?" is a song by British heavy metal band Diamond Head released on their 1980 debut album Lightning to the Nations.
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Cover versions.
"Am I Evil?"
Song by Metallica
A-side"Creeping Death"
Released23 November 1984
RecordedOctober 1984 (Sausalito, California, U.S.)
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Was Am I Evil written by Metallica? ›

Solos (Bass / Guitar)

Who wrote No Remorse? ›

No Remorse

Why do people do cover songs? ›

A cover song is a new performance or recording of a previously recorded, commercially released track by someone other than the original artist or composer. People love to do song covers and the consumer loves to hear them. They want to be able to connect to their favourite songs in their own way.

Can you win a Grammy for a cover song? ›

As per Grammy rules, a cover can only be submitted in a performance category (like Record of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Country Duo/Group Performance, etc.) or in an arrangement category; they're not eligible for songwriting since they were written in a previous eligibility period, or sometimes before ...

What makes a good cover song? ›

For me, a cover is good if the artist makes the song sound like they wrote it themselves. An example would be CHVRCHES's cover of "Do I Wanna Know?" by Arctic Monkeys, where they changed both the instrumentation and the underlying chords, only really keeping the melody line of the song.

What is the #1 played song of all time? ›

Therefore, “Blinding Lights” surpassed Chubby Checker's 1960s classic “The Twist” as the all-time No. 1 song, spending 90 total weeks on the Hot 100 Chart.

What is one song that everyone knows? ›

Bon Jovi – Livin' on a Prayer

At the very least, “Livin' on a Prayer” offers a word absolutely everybody knows and sings whenever they hear it.

What's the most listened to song ever? ›

Yet “It's a Small World,” also known as “It's a Small, Small World” and “It's a Small World (After All),” is very likely the most played song in music history — nearly 50 million times.

What is the most covered artist of all time? ›

The Beatles are at the top of the list with the most covers. Many many artists over the years, from all over the world, covered as many as 200 Beatles songs, with a total of 20,185 covers.

Who has done the most cover songs? ›

'Yesterday' by The Beatles

The Beatles has one of the most copied catalogs in music history, so it's perhaps no surprise that this one made the Guinness Book of Records at a staggering 7 million covers. Joan Baez, Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Liberace, En Vogue, Boyz II Men, and… Daffy Duck. The list goes on.

How many top 40 songs did Metallica have? ›

To date, Metallica has released 16 songs that reached the Billboard Hot 100. Of these, seven reached the top 40: “The Day That Never Comes,” “One,” “The Unforgiven,” “Nothing Else Matters,” “Enter Sandman,” and “Until It Sleeps.” One of these songs, “Until It Sleeps,” reached No.

How much is the lead singer of Metallica worth? ›

According to Celebrity Net Worth, James Hetfield's net worth in 2022 is $300 million.

How many platinum records does Metallica have? ›

As of September 2022, Metallica has sold more than 150 million albums worldwide, with more than 75 million copies in the United States alone. With those studio album sales, Metallica certified 49x Platinum by RIAA, 27x Platinum by ARIA, 23x Platinum by MC, and many more.

What is Lars Ulrich least favorite Metallica song? ›

Now, Ulrich has shared which Metallica song he never wants to hear again. In an interview with Vulture, he reveals that his least favorite song across Metallica's ten-album career comes from 1988's ... And Justice For All. "There's a song called 'Eye Of The Beholder' on the …

What is Metallica's fastest song? ›

In terms of individual songs, 'Master of Puppets' is the fastest at 220 bpm and 'Nothing Else Matters' is the slowest at 46 bpm.

What is Kirk Hammett's favorite Metallica song? ›

“One of my all-time favourite songs is 'Shoot, Shoot' from the UFO when I was 15 or 16 years old,” he told Pop Talk. “You know, just learning how to play the guitar in my room. (When) I first learned that song earlier that afternoon; I was just so blown away by the guitar playing, and just the riffs and everything.”

What is Metallica's biggest hit song? ›

The 20 greatest Metallica songs – ranked
  • 7Whiplash (Kill 'Em All, 1983) ...
  • 6Nothing Else Matters (Metallica, 1991) ...
  • 5Battery (Master Of Puppets, 1986) ...
  • 4For Whom The Bell Tolls (Ride The Lightning, 1984) ...
  • 3One (… ...
  • 2Master Of Puppets (Master Of Puppets, 1986) ...
  • 1Creeping Death (Ride The Lightning, 1984)
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What is Metallica's biggest selling song? ›

Expectedly, the big one is Metallica. Enter Sandman is the leader thanks to its near 4.5 million US sales out of a 6 million total. It's only one of the 3 songs from the album which feature more often than not inside iTunes' extended Top 1500.

What was the #1 rock song of 1980? ›

Criteria: Songs listed are from Rock 'n' Roll and related sub-genres.
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100 Greatest Songs From 1980.
No.SongArtist
1Call MeBlondie
2CelebrationKool & The Gang
3Another One Bites the DustQueen
4You Shook Me All Night LongAC/DC
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Who covered Bob Seger's Turn the Page? ›

Metallica cover
"Turn the Page"
ReleasedNovember 16, 1998
RecordedSeptember–October 1998
GenreHeavy metal, hard rock
Length6:06
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Who originally did the song turn the page? ›

A Timeless Classic. One of Bob Seger's most iconic and well-loved songs, “Turn The Page” remains a staple in classic rock radio stations. It's about the life of a rockstar on the road and the emotional struggles of going on tours. It shows the other side of touring – how it's not always fun and exciting.

Who has remade turn the page? ›

Covers of Turn the Page by Bob Seger
  • Turn the Page by Metallica (1998) ...
  • Turn the Page by Waylon Jennings (1985) ...
  • Turn the Page by N Field (2018) ...
  • Turn the Page by Jon English (1974) ...
  • Turn the Page by Sally Anthony (2007) ...
  • Turn the Page by Michael ЯR Wilson and Terry (TJ) Malazdrewich (2019) ...
  • Turn the Page by Mike Massé (2015)

How do you turn a page? ›

Push off the side of the book with your thumb so that the page you are grasping is slightly raised from the other pages. Move your hand, with the page still firmly between your thumb and finger, towards the left side. Do this far enough so the you can see the reverse side and can no longer see the front.

Who is the woman in Metallica Turn The Page video? ›

The accompanying music video explores a day in the life not of musicians, but a mother (played by Ginger Lynn) who is a sex worker; that is, she works as a stripper by day, and a prostitute ... Read all.

Is Bob Seger still touring 2022? ›

The Silver Bullet Band frontman has decided to call it quits, but he won't go out without one last tour — one that gives him a chance to perform hits like "Still the Same," "Night Moves," and "Katmandu" at venues all across North America.

Why was Bob Seger's band called the Silver Bullet Band? ›

Seger said the members of the band had been arguing about what to call themselves for a long time and couldn't reach an agreement. Seger told Dave that when they got paid, their manager wrote the name "Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band" on their paychecks.

Who is the sax player for Bob Seger? ›

Alto Reed, longtime saxophone player with Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, dies at 72. Alto Reed, the saxophonist whose signature hooks and swashbuckling stage moves made him a star of Bob Seger's Silver Bullet Band, died Wednesday morning of colon cancer.

What is Bob Seger's best song? ›

Greatest Hits

Who Wrote Turn The Page Metallica? ›

When did Turn The Page come out? ›

How do you play Bob Seger Turn The Page on guitar? ›

Bob Seger - Turn The Page - How to Play Super Easy Beginner Chords

What album is Metallica Turn The Page? ›

Turn the Page is the fourth track on Disc 1 from 1998's album Garage, Inc. It was written by Bob Seger and has a length of 6:06.

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