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Metallica doesn’t care much about how you discover their music, whether you do it by digging up a crusty vinyl copy of their 1986 master of Puppets album at your local indie record store, or if your virgin ears are exposed via Netflix’s teen monster-slaying juggler strange things,

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In fact, when the title track was worked into a pivotal scene in the epic Season 4 finale, Bay Area Metal Legends wrote that they were “completely blown away.” They didn’t like it, they loved it when adorable metalhead/D&D fanatic Eddie Munson ripped the song on guitar to save his friends from a barrage of murderous creatures in the Upside Down.

This might explain why he got an obvious backlash when one commenter took a jibe at his new school fans who have just boarded the band’s crazy train. “Heard any cool songs lately? ️ #Metallica #MasterOfPuppets #StrangerThings #StrangerThings4 #EddieMunson #NotLiveInTheUpsideDown,” he captioned a video of a live performance of the song posted on TikTok on Wednesday (July 6).

When a snarky commenter replied, “I’m sorry to Metallica for all the fake strange things The fans love you,” the band was quick to downplay that noise. “Don’t be sorry. Everyone is welcome in the Metallica family,” he wrote. “If they like ‘Puppets,’ chances are they’ll get a lot of other songs to join in,” later adding, “FYI—everyone is welcome in the Metallica family. Whether you’re 40 Hours or Having been a fan for 40 years, we all share a bond through music. You all started from ground zero at one point in time.”

The song has also been a major chart blow-up, with “Puppets” exploding on the streaming platform as it climbed into the top 10 on iTunes and Spotify’s US daily charts. Daily on-demand US audio streams have increased nearly 400% from last Thursday (June 30) to 224,000, a day before the new strange things According to Luminate, episodes were released on Sunday (July 3) in 1.11 million streams.

Watch the Metallica TikTok “Master of Puppets” video below.

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