36 years ago the band Metallica launched the theme Master of Puppetsmaking it one of the most famous of the band at the time, and a classic of the genre, however the appearance of this theme in the Netflix series stranger things it proved so popular that the song entered the UK and US charts for the first time.
This was somewhat similar to what happened with Kate Bush and her success with Runnin Up That Hillwhich was positioned as one of the most successful songs of recent years, which earned him the 100 million views on Youtube after the premiere of Stranger Things.
As for Metallica, the band was grateful to the fans, sharing on Instagram a message about the theme being incorporated into the series in one of the most important scenes of the fourth season:
“The way the Duffer Brothers have incorporated music into Stranger Things has always been next level, which is why we were beyond excited that they not only included “Master of Puppets” on the show, but built such a pivotal scene. around him. We were all excited to see the end result and when we saw it we were totally blown away…it’s so extremely well done, so much so that some people could guess the song just by seeing a few seconds of Joseph Quinn’s hands on it! trailer! How cool is that? It’s an incredible honor to be such an important part of Eddie’s journey and to once again be in the company of all the other amazing artists featured on the show.”
This day the band posted an animated lyric video for their track Master Of Puppets where an animation of puppet strings, flying guitars and many crosses around it is presented. The band had never released an official video for this song but with the success of Stranger Things the band took the opportunity to release it.
The production was done by UK design agency ILoveDust, who has also worked with Ozzy Osbourne on the artwork for their upcoming studio album, Patient Number 9. They also worked with Foo Fighters in the promotional activity of his film Studio 666.
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