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Metallica Debuts Two "Hardwired" Songs During First World Tour Date 

ABC/Randy HolmesMetallica played the first date of their worldwide tour in support of their new album Self-Destruct today in Seoul, South Korea. The show saw the live debut of the album's songs "Halo on Fire" and "Now That We're Dead."

During the Seoul show, Metallica also played the Self-Destruct songs "Moth into Flame," "Atlas, Rise!" and "Hardwired," plus classics like "Master of Puppets," "For Whom the Bell Tolls" and "Enter Sandman." You can check out the entire setlist now via Metallica's Twitter.

Metallica's next stop on their world tour is Shanghai, China, on Sunday, January 15. The metal legends will play a few more shows in Asia before traveling to Europe in February. Metallica also plans to tour the U.S. this year, but those dates have yet to be announced.

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