Metallica Just Cannot Give Up on The Eddie Munson Love, The Band Performs Master of Puppets With an Eddie Montage in The Background

Metallica Just Cannot Give Up on The Eddie Munson Love, The Band Performs Master of Puppets With an Eddie Montage in The Background

The entire world is now aware of some character named Eddie Munson who died the death of a hero, saving humanity from Vecna’s curse. A freak and a Metalhead who did not just redeem himself but also proved to be the best guitarist in the history of the world. Fans had the privilege of having the most metal concert of their life just before the demo bats poisoned him. In the season finale, Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) slammed out Master of Puppets by Metallica on his guitar and owned the show.

And well, “Master of puppets I’m pulling your strings/Twisting your mind and smashing your dreams,” isn’t just a Metallica song anymore! Every time one hears these tunes, it’s Stranger Things’ Eddie Munson that probably comes to their mind. From head to toe. Seemingly Joseph Quinn’s performance absolutely entranced the 80s band Metallica. The band still continues to show love for this character.

Eddie Munson found live on screen while Metallica performed Master of Puppets

Yes, you read it right! The rock legends gave a shout-out to Netflix’s very popular series, Stranger Things at Lollapalooza. Metallica was the festival’s opening act on Thursday night in Chicago (July 28). Before coming back for an encore, they tore through a set list that included AC/DC’s It’s Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock ‘N’ Roll),” “Enter Sandman,” and “Nothing Else Matters.” And then came the most iconic moment.

They paid tribute to the Duffer Brothers’ cult Netflix series and its metal head character Eddie Munson with a video of him on screen as they concluded their set with “Master of Puppets.” Fans, just like you, were rather thrilled, and the entire place was echoing with hooting sounds. After the event, the clip has gone viral on social media, and we just couldn’t stop sharing it with you.

The song has seen a surge in streams since its Stranger Things inclusion, which featured additional guitar parts from Robert Trujillo’s son, Tye. It was first released in 1986. But after its newfound popularity, Master of Puppets debuted at Number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and Number 26 on the UK Top 100 Singles Chart. Leveraging this, the band also created the first music video of the song in collaboration with the Eddie Munson upside-down scene.

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