Metallica’s Glastonbury experience was 'sensational'
Heavy metal band Metallica won over new fans as they headlined on Glastonbury's famous Pyramid Stage on Saturday after they played a 90 minute set including One, cyanide and Master of Puppets.
The quartet are the first metal act to headline the festival since its inception in 1970.
Drummer Lars Ulrich said: "That was sensational. I don't remember much of it... the energy was fantastic."
"We have one shot, you never know if you'll be invited back," he said.
"I want to soak up every second of this thing. We would love to come back."
Fans and supporters lined the back of the stage as they ended the main set with Nothing Else Matters and Enter Sandman.
"Metallica. Glastonbury. Together at last," declared songwriter James Hetfield. "That felt good."
"Metallica loves you, Glastonbury," said Hetfield as the band took their final bow.
"You made us feel so good. Thank you for having us."