Sunday, March 10, 2013

Holy Diver

Pat Boone just got a million times more bad ass.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Symphony Of Destruction

Okay...I'M BACK! Taking it one entry at a time here.

After extensive searching, I came across Hellsongs. Don't let the name fool ya, they take metal classics and reinterpret them as acoustic folk songs. That isn't exactly my cup of tea, nor will it ever be, but I am in love with their creativeness and they TRULY make it their own! I've only hears a few songs of theirs but it's mighty impressive you can seriously tell they put in a lot of serious work into it unlike majority of covers today where it's so sloppily and thoughtless. I'll likely post more of them in the future.

Classic Megadeth does the original!

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Well %#&*$ Me Gently w/ A Chainsaw!!

Looking for pop(ish) covers of metal songs is actually more difficult to find than metal covers of pop songs. Woe is me. This blog was a bad idea with an expiration date anyway. Mega sad face.

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Blinded by fear

So this....Slaughter of the Bluegrass does a very interesting take of a melodic death metal song Yes!

♥ At the Gates!!

Friday, November 2, 2012

Wait and Bleed

Okay, not an actual cover but totally worthy of a mention! Youtube is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely mindbogglingly big it is. And so on. Yeah, well it is a breeding ground for many talented (or not so talented) people to effortlessly show the internet world their skills. One of the few YouTubers I actually highly respect for the creativity is Andy Rehfeldt.

He truly puts his heart and soul into every piece of his work he sets out to do when it comes to envisioning a certain song in a new direction. He uses his resources extremely well. This is the very first video I saw of his that made me a fan a few years ago. Subscribe to him on YouTube! He seems like an awesome guy too!


Thursday, November 1, 2012

Raining Blood

My first entry in this blog has to be beyond great. Tori Amos definitely covers Slayer quite well. Lovely interpretation.