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2009 March 22, Ben Rayner, “Old faves return, to raves, at SXSW”, Toronto Star:add
- Metallica staked its ground early, opening with a walloping "Creeping Death" and an ominous "For Whom the Bell Tolls" – two classics culled from its 1984 sophomore album, Ride the Lightning – and sticking thenceforth to the thrashy older numbers ("Master of Puppets," "Blackened," "One") that will, presumably, be featured in Guitar Hero: Metallica.