Eddie Munson promised “essentially the most steel live performance within the historical past of the world” in “Stranger Things 4” Quantity 2… and he delivered.
Warning: Gentle spoilers forward.
However with out making a gift of an excessive amount of, Eddie (Joseph Quinn) and Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo) are despatched into the Upside Down as a part of the gang’s plan to tackle the villain Vecna.
The 2 have to distract the “demobats” guarding Creel Home ― and true to character, Eddie does it by breaking out his electrical guitar.
“It’s like she was destined for an alternate dimension,” Munson says, admiring his guitar within the grim grey world of the Upside Down.
Then, he takes his guitar to the roof of his trailer and launches into “Grasp of Puppets,” the title monitor from Metallica’s 1986 masterpiece, with lyrics that completely match the second:
“Grasp of Puppets,” by the way, got here out March 3, 1986. That’s simply weeks earlier than the setting of “Stranger Issues 4,” proving that Eddie’s a real fan.
Quantity 1, launched on Netflix in Could, sent Kate Bush’s 1985 hit “Running Up That Hill” back onto the charts, the place it stays at present.
Already, “Grasp of Puppets” has seen a surge in performs, and is currently #21 on Spotify’s U.S. charts, lower than three days after the present premiered.
Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo stated on Instagram that his son, Tye, offered extra guitar for the massive second.
“That’s my boy! Happy with ya Tye!” he wrote, including that longtime Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett helped out.
Followers on social media hailed Qunn’s flip as Munson the “most steel” second: