Metallica Classic Gets Sultry Jazz Rework
It’s Metallica, if Metallica existed in the Prohibition era.
The melancholic “Nothing Else Matters” is the 1991 classic for the metal heavyweights, which many argue is one of the least Metallica songs in their thrash-style track arsenal.
However, this sultry, jazzed version, sung by 15-year-old Carolina Baran for Postmodern Jukebox, is straight out of a Prohibition speakeasy.
But don’t be fooled, despite the double bass, piano and horn section – and the scatting between verses – it’s still metal AF.