Video shows Joseph Quinn rehearsing Metallica’s “Master of Puppets” for Stranger Things recording

Joseph Quinn, 29, the interpreter of Eddie Munson in
Joseph Quinn, 29, the interpreter of Eddie Munson in "Stranger Things" commented in an interview with Access Hollywood about the rumors of the possible return of the character after his death in season 4. (Photo: Instagram release)


One of the biggest highlights of the latest season of Stranger Things released, Joseph Quinn, appeared this week in a video rehearsing Metallica’s song ‘Master of Puppets’, for recordings of the show’s iconic scene. The actor appears rehearsing on his red and black guitar the song that provided the action scenes of the second part of the season. Eddie Munson was indeed one of the highlights of this phase of the series, and one of his strongest characteristics was his musical taste.

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After the premiere of the second part of the fourth season of the series, there was much speculation whether the actor had actually played the song on stage. And the answer is: NO, he didn’t. However, he learned to play so that the scene became more real, which brought more quality to the production. The actual audio used was done by the son of Metallica bassist: Tye Trujillo.

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The scene generated a lot of repercussions on social networks, and generated buzz about the English actor. Joseph got emotional during Comic Con in London, after the testimony of a fan. The actor was surprised by a comment from a fan who vehemently thanked him for the time he took to serve them there, according to her, he made their summer. The girl even commented that somehow everyone is like Eddie, Quinn’s character in the series. The moment was recorded and much commented on the networks.


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