Metallica has been on a roll recently. Last month, the California metal legends released their Hardwired…To Self-Destruct, their first new album in eight years, to critical acclaim. Then the quartet made a memorable appearance on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon,” where they performed “Enter Sandman” with The Roots using only children’s musical instruments. Now, the group has been spotted singing along to “Enter Sandman” with the deli guy at a Los Angeles grocery store.
TMZ filmed the end of encounter, which took place during the filming of a new episode of Billy Eichner’s “Billy on the Street.” TMZ’s video shows the band standing in front of the deli counter, cheering on the deli guy as he belts out the group’s 1991 classic. The employee clearly knows all the words and even shouts out the final “Off to never, never land” at the end of the song. “Our job is done here,” singer James Hetfield says as the video cuts off. Watch it below.