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Metallica plays ‘Master of Puppets’ with Joseph Quinn from Stranger Things in video; watch

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After Joseph Quinn played ‘Master of Puppets’ on Stranger Things, the song entered the Billboard Hot 100

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After doing “Master of Puppets,” of Metallicaenter the Billboard Hot 100 for the first after 36 years of launch, Stranger Things was recognized by the band in the Lollapalooza Chicago 2022 as they performed the song at the festival. In addition, the group met with Joseph Quinninterpreter of Eddie Munsonbehind the scenes of the event.

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It’s worth remembering how the character was largely responsible for the song’s return to popularity, because he played it on guitar during the climax of “Chapter Nine: And Eleven’s Plan,” ninth chapter of the show’s fourth season.

at the meeting with Quinn, James Hetfieldfrontman and vocalist of Metallica said: “I’m a big fan of Stranger Things. Since the first season. My children and I, it’s a bonding experience [entre nós].”

The actor also explained how it was very difficult to play the song on the series, because he trained it for two months. “That’s all I’ve heard for two years,” he said. Joseph Quinn to band members. “I feel very connected with you.

So the interpreter Eddie Munson was invited to do a sound with the band before the performance at Lollapalooza last Thursday, 28. It is worth noting how the actor skillfully did well with the guitar of Hetfield and Kirk Hammett. “We would like to make an announcement: the Metallica now it’s a quintet,” joked the drummer Lars Ulrich.

Then the members of the Metallica gift Joseph Quinn with a guitar warlockof brand BC Richthe same model used by Eddie in the series – but with another coloring. Furthermore, Ulrich gave a free pass to the artist in any show of the North American group.

Joseph Quinn Loved the Experience of Playing ‘Master of Puppets’ with Metallica

‘It was fantastic! Opportunities to play’Master of Puppets‘ with the most iconic metal band of all time don’t show up very often,” said Quinn to Tudum gives Netflix. “A story to tell your grandchildren.”

Source: Rollingstone

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