Jack White continued his recent string of live covers over the weekend at Glastonbury, breaking out Metallica's "Enter Sandman" riff as an intro to White Stripes deep cut "Canon." The moment might have been a slight bit of prodding, too: Fans were angered over Metallica's inclusion in this year's festival since singer James Hetfield did voiceover work for a documentary about an Alaskan bear hunt. (Wouldn't be the first time White toyed with animal lovers: performing with the Dead Weather in Brooklyn in 2010, White commented to the crowd, "I bet you read Brooklyn Vegan too. Any other vegans in the crowd out there? Come on stage and we'll kill a cow together.")

White has been peppering in covers during his Lazaretto shows, a pattern that began with a portion of Led Zeppelin's "The Lemon Song" last month. Last week in Dublin, he ripped through a cover of "I Wanna Be Your Dog, by his hometown heroes The Stooges, then worked in a verse of Beck's "Where It's At" into a slowed-down version of "Fell in Love With a Girl."

Watch White's whole Glastonbury set below, with the Metallica cover at 45:00.

[via SPIN]