Cyrus' recorded rendition of "Nothing Else Matters" appears on the new star-studded covers album, The Metallica Blacklist, which dropped Friday. The singer first covered the rock-radio staple, from Metallica's Billboard 200-topping Black Album in 1991, during her set at Glastonbury Festival 2019.
“When I first started covering this song, it was for Glastonbury, because it is about honoring music, and ‘nothing else matters’ at that moment...," Cyrus told Stern prior to the performance. "It was about two weeks before the world knew I was getting a divorce... I had just lost my house in the [California] fires.”