Metallica pays homage to ‘Stranger Things’ with an unforgettable duet

Metal band thanks the series and the community in its own way with a heavy video!

The Duffer Brothers series has had its share of epic scenes set to music from the ’80s. Running over this hill From Kate Bush which led to one of TV’s most iconic moments, Part Two of Weird things Pop left to pay homage to good vintage metal. Together with the Metallica team, the directors went for a tie, and the result was brilliant. If you haven’t watched the last two episodes of Stranger Things 4 : Watch out for spoilers!

song integration puppet master From Metallica to Perfection. As Eddie Monson travels to Upside Down with the rest of the band, he uses his guitar skills to entice the democrats who protect Vicna Palace. Eddie isgame master“By Dungeons & Dragons In Hellfire Club, his role as a master here takes on a whole new dimension. He finds himself controlling the monsters that have become his puppets: the circle is complete.

A cooperation that benefits everyone

Unfortunately, this heroic act will end up taking his life in a scene that will not fail to draw tears from us. This however makes it a cult scene, so it would be difficult to separate the character from the song for long. A few days ago, the group thanked the Duffer brothers for including this music in the series, but above all for making it such an important moment.

But to the delight of fans of the series and the group, Metallica didn’t stop at just thanks. On Tiktok, musicians have loaned themselves to the game to translate their music alongside Eddie Monson. Then we get an unusual duo that gives us goosebumps.

The Dover Brothers took advantage of this wonderful gift from the group to show the performance of Joseph Quinn practicing his cult title guitar. Although the actor didn’t perform the snippet you hear on the show, he practiced chord mimicry and playing the chords. So that the physical performance is faithful to the soundtrack (Something very rare in movies and series).

So the attention to detail for this scene was very special knowing that the vocal performance was given by Kirk Hammett, the band’s guitarist as well as Ty Trujillo, the bassist’s son. For the directors, the choice of this music was obvious. Like a Kate Bush song, This title has already been included in pre-production projects And the series team did everything they could to obtain the rights as quickly as possible. The efforts would have paid off and this collaboration was worth it.

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