King Nothing
Performed by Metallica
Year 1996
Appears in Guitar Hero: Metallica
Tier Metallica at Tushino
★★★★ (Expert)
★★★★★ (Expert)

King Nothing is a song by Metallica from their 1996 album, "Load" and is one of their first songs to be in a heavy metal style, rather than thrash metal. It appears in Guitar Hero: Metallica as the fourth song of the third venue, Metallica at Tushino. It is generally similiar to the encore of the same venue, Enter Sandman, and not too hard to beat on Hard or Expert Guitar. However, gaining a five-star rating can be tricky because of a riff that quickly alternates between green and orange.

Songs of Guitar Hero: Metallica
The Forum
For Whom the Bell Tolls - The Unforgiven
Tushino Airfield
Demon Cleaner - No Excuses - Tuesday's Gone - Turn the Page
Metallica at Tushino
Sad but True - Nothing Else Matters - No Leaf Clover - King Nothing - Enter Sandman
Hammersmith Apollo
Albatross - Welcome Home (Sanitarium) - Toxicity - Wherever I May Roam - Stacked Actors - Orion - Fade to Black - The Boys Are Back in Town - Armed and Ready
Damaged Justice Tour
Ace of Spades - All Nightmare Long - The Black River - Frantic - Fuel - Hell Bent for Leather - Mommy's Little Monster - One - War Inside My Head
The Meadowlands
Am I Evil? - Battery - Blood and Thunder - Creeping Death - Master of Puppets - Mercyful Fate - Seek & Destroy - Stone Cold Crazy
Donington Park
Beautiful Morning - Disposable Heroes - Dyers Eve - Evil - Fight Fire with Fire - The Shortest Straw - War Ensemble - Whiplash
The Ice Cave
The Thing That Should Not Be
The Stone Nightclub
Cyanide - My Apocalypse - Broken, Beat & Scarred
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