Metallica recreates the ‘Stranger Things’ scene using its music

The group is riding the spotlight brought by the hit series, which uses the title “Master of Puppets” in its final season.

Metallica musicians enter “upside down world” strange things, One week after the release of an episode that uses his song master of Puppets In their soundtrack, the heavy metal band posted a video on TikTok in which they perform the track with the scene in question.

Unveiled on Netflix on July 1, the final episode of Season 4 features the character of Eddie Munson (played by Joseph Quinn) covering this 1986 song on guitar. These are the images that scroll to the right of Metallica’s TikTok, while artists scroll to the left with Eddie. “Eddie, this is for you!”, they write in the caption.

Another wink from the American group: They all wear a T-shirt with the inscription “Hellfire Club”, the name of the role-playing club in which the series’ characters are members.

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strange things, Netflix’s flagship since its launch in 2016, breaks viewing records with each of its new seasons. This fourth salvo has become the most-watched English series season in the platform’s history. Obviously, using master of Puppets The publicity stunt had an impact: Last Wednesday, 37 years after its release, the song was the 17th most listened to on Spotify worldwide.

“The way the Duffer Brothers incorporate music into ‘Stranger Things’ has always been excellent, so we were so excited that they used ‘Master of Puppets’ in the show, which is all around it. It’s such an important scene to produce,” Metallica previously said.

If this appearance in the series gives her a renewed interest, Metallica doesn’t have the same success as Kate Bush and her title. running up That Hill, Used twice in Season 4, the 1985 song has reached number four on the Billboard charts in the US and number one in the UK Top 40 since the series aired.

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