Los Angeles: Rock legends Metallica have revealed that they would perform five nights in a row on 'The Late Late Show' from next month.
As Craig Ferguson prepares for his final weeks as host. the program has lined up a pretty impressive band to rock the house one last time, reported E!Online.
"We'll be playing on @LateLateShowCBS for an entire week starting Monday, November 17th #LateLateShow," the group tweeted.
CBS also confirmed that the band will be interviewed on their first night. The final performance will come days before Metallica re-release a special 10-year anniversary edition of their long out of print documentary 'METALLICA: Some Kind of Monster'.
This is not the first time a successful band has taken over the late-night scene for an entire week. Earlier this month, Grammy-winning band took up a residence at the Ed Sullivan Theatre on the 'Late Show With David Letterman'.