Metallica's Robert Trujillo reveals son played guitar on 'Stranger Things' 'Master of Puppets'

Trujillo’s son added guitar tracks for the song’s inclusion
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The music in Stranger Things is almost as beloved as the actual show. That is currently being proven by the 1985 Kate Bush song "Running Up That Hill" flying up the charts since being used in the show’s fourth season. Now, another artist is being recognized for his inclusion in the show’s fourth season, and it’s coming from his world-famous father.

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Metallica’s Robert Trujillo recently took to Instagram to praise his son Tye Trujillo for his part in the most recent season of ‘Stranger Things.’ In the show’s finally, the Metallica song ‘Master of Puppets’ was used, but it included additional guitar tracks, courtesy of Trujillo’s son.

“That’s my boy! Proud of ya Tye! Stranger Things finale shredding it on ‘Master of Puppets’ and big thanks to [Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett] on helping!” Trujillo wrote in his now viral post.

The proud dad's post also included a video of the show’s credits, with Tye’s name included, with many fans happy to see the moment, adding their own praise in the comments. Hopefully for the Trujillo family, this version of "Master of Puppets" blows up just like the Kate Bush song did.

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