Metallica are climbing the charts again and we love to see it.
** If you haven't watched the final episode of Stranger Things yet, don't worry - there aren't any major spoilers in here.**
Not only has the latest season of Netflix's Stranger Things broken streaming records, it's also given older songs a new life with a whole new set of fans.
Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill' has broken three world records after reaching the top of the charts, forty years after its release, thanks to being featured in Stranger Things Season 4.
And now Metallica's 'Master of Puppets' is having the same success.
Stranger Things Volume 2 dropped over the weekend, leaving fans searching up Master of Puppets thanks to one of the most epic scenes in the finale.
While prepping for the final battle against Vecna, 'Eddie Munson', played by Joseph Quinn, performed what he called "the most metal concert ever" shredding 'Master of Puppets' on his Warlock guitar in the 'Upside Down'.
36 years after its release, Master of Puppets is now sitting at No. 26 in the global Spotify charts but no doubt will keep climbing towards the top.
"Eddie playing Master of Puppets will become one of the most iconic scenes in television of this year, easily," wrote one person on Twitter with another saying "Complain about stranger things all you want but you won't deny me the fact that Eddie playing master of puppets by Metallica...IS the greatest scene of all time."
Metallica's own Robert Trujillo has confirmed that his 17-year-old son Tye Trujillo added "additional guitar tracks" to the version of "Master Of Puppets" which appears in Stranger Things episode.
The show’s music supervisor, Nora Felder, spoke about getting Metallica's approval "I got in touch with Metallica’s management office and carefully went over the scene and what the intent would be."
"‘Master of Puppets’ is a pretty significant song in their catalog, and I think it’s considered a favorite in their live shows.
I wanted to be respectful in making sure that Metallica fully understood what context the song was being used in, plus how integral it was to the scene and for this exciting new character, Eddie Munson, who no one had met yet in previous seasons.”