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Stranger Things: Metallica’s James Hetfield Dresses Up As Eddie At Party

James Hetfield, lead singer and frontman of the heavy metal band Metallica, paid tribute to the character Eddie Munson, from Stranger Things. On the Serie, Eddie, played by Joseph Quinn, starred in one of the most iconic scenes of Season 4 when playing Master of Puppetsone of the band’s hits, while attracting the bats of the Upside Down.

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So the band decided to pay their own tribute to the series and Hetfield wore a wig and everything to put together his 2022 Halloween costume. On Instagram, the singer shared a photo in which he reproduces Eddie’s iconic pose. Check it out below:

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In addition to this tribute, the band has also made some videos on TikTok using Eddie’s classic t-shirt with the Hellfire Club logo, his Dungeons & Dragons club. Likewise, Metallica has already welcomed Joseph Quinn to play Master of Puppets together at Lollapalooza.

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In Season 4, Joseph Quinn played Eddie Munson, a student addicted to rock and roll and Dungeons & Dragons. He is the first of the season to witness the curse of the Vecna, when he sees Chrissy’s death and is named as the prime suspect in the murder by the Hawkins police.

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So Eddie shares what he knows with Dustin and his friends, and together they embark on a terrifying adventure to find out who Vecna ​​is and how they can defeat him.

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Season 4 is available on Netflix and as of this writing, Season 5 does not have an official release date.

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