Metallica Just Released A Brand New Video For “Master Of Puppets”

Metallica Just Released A Brand New Video For “Master Of Puppets” | Society Of Rock Videos

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One of the classic songs that was incorporated to the season four of the hit Netflix series, Stranger Things is the “Master of Puppets.”

The song is indeed a classic hit by the famous heavy metal band, Metallica. That’s why even before it was featured on the popular show, the track is already familiar with a lot of people and known by heavy metal fans worldwide. It is no wonder it have gained admiration from the viewers just like what it did to the old listeners before.

“Master of Puppets” even skyrocketed through the top charts after its inclusion on the hit series. In case you don’t know, the track was performed by the show’s high-school protagonist Eddie Munson in a dramatic face-off against the evil Vecna, and since then, the track has seen a massive resurgence among young and old listeners alike — and Metallica are loving it.

A TikTok video of the band playing along with Munson’s scene has circulated online. It is also their way of expressing that they reject gatekeeping metalheads by saying:

“Everyone is welcome in the Metallica family.”

In an effort to keep the fire burning, the band unveiled a brand new lyric video for the 1986 song. The animated visual features eye-popping graphics from ILOVEDUST, who’s done work for Ozzy Osbourne and the Foo Fighters.

It’s not a proper music video with footage of the band, but it does contain some interesting interpretations of the iconic “Master of Puppets” with wild and artistic visual tricks. Watch the music video below.

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