Was Eddie Munson’s guitar solo from “Stranger Things” the “most metal ever”? Metallica agrees.

The venerable heavy metal band commented on the use of “Master of Puppets,” from 1986, in a significant sequence from “Stranger Things” season four, volume two, praising the “so unbelievably well done” use of the song.

The band said on Instagram after the premiere of the final two episodes of season four on July 1: “The way The Duffer Brothers have incorporated music into ‘Stranger Things‘ has always been next level, so we were beyond psyched for them to not only include ‘Master of Puppets’ in the show but to have such a pivotal scene built around it.”

“We were all excited to see the finished product, and when we did, we were really blown away.

It’s so exceptionally well done, in fact, that some people were able to identify the song just by glimpsing Joseph Quinn’s hands for a brief moment in the trailer. What an amazing fantastic thing!”

"Stranger Things" "Master of Puppets" Solo by Eddie Is Acclaimed as "Extremely Well Done" by Metallica

In the scenario, Eddie Joseph Quinn a newcomer for season four distracts the bat-like monsters guarding Vecna in the Upside Down so that his classmates can enter the abode of the supernatural bad guy.

When Eddie performs a guitar solo from “Master of Puppets,” all the bats in Vecna’s cave flee to him and Dustin Henderson Gaten Matarazzo, who is perched atop the Munson trailer house.

They then use their improvised weapons to drive the grotesque beasts away. Sadly, Eddie’s performance marks the beginning of his downfall because he gives his life to further divert and entice the avian animals.

It’s a great honour to be such a significant part of Eddie’s journey and to once again be keeping company with all of the other amazing musicians featured in the exhibition, Metallica remarked of being a part of the moment.

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Did Joseph Quinn Really Play Guitar in “stranger Things”?

"Stranger Things" "Master of Puppets" Solo by Eddie Is Acclaimed as "Extremely Well Done" by Metallica

Quinn, 29, has subsequently revealed that he was actually playing the guitar during the moment in episode nine, which proved to be quite the accomplishment.

“Since I was a young child, I have played the guitar.

As a result, I was able to grab the majority of it “According to him, Entertainment Tonight.

However, he said in an interview with Radio Times that in order to succeed, one had to practice “manically for months.” Quinn told the site, “I was trying to be honest with kind of what I could do.

"Stranger Things" "Master of Puppets" Solo by Eddie Is Acclaimed as "Extremely Well Done" by Metallica

“Even though I’ve played the guitar since I was a child, I’m not a virtuoso. I, therefore, knew most of the song, but we had to fly a black-belt metal guitarist in to assist with the solo. What’s left of it? Yes, I gave it a shot.”

Quinn continued, “Me and Gaten Matarazzo were playing Metallica on top of the caravan in the middle of the Upside Down, and it was such an exciting thing to do that day. It was also a lot of fun!”

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