It's one thing to watch a kid strum away to 'Smoke on the Water' for five minutes and another to watch a group of kids take on one of metal's most complex acts. Covering Tool's '46 and 2,' the students of Aaron O'Keefe are enough proof to nominate him as teacher of the year, regardless of him working in a school district or not.
We all know Steel Panther like to joke around, but the one thing that isn't a joke is their music. In spite of their crude locker room humor, the dudes can play, and apparently so can their fans! This lucky guy got the opportunity to play 'Eyes of a Panther' with the band!
We've all been to shows where the singer spends almost as much time talking between songs as the band spends playing songs. Every genre has their specific talking points on stage and this video takes on metalcore singers!
If you aren't familiar with Andy Rehfeldt's comedic spin on death metal by now, you probably just got the Internet. Welcome! The Internet is a cool place where you can find entertaining things like a Radio Disney style cover of classic metal songs like Cannibal Corpse's hit 'Hammer Smashed Face' among others.
There's countless Iron Maiden tribute bands out there. So many, in fact, that former Maiden singer Paul Di'Anno tours using tribute bands from the areas he plays. Here, we have a Bruce Dickinson tribute band called Accident of Bruce, featuring a singer who is indistinguishable from Bruce.
Black metal comes across unintentionally hilarious far more often than its contributors would like it to. Let's face it, being grim is a hard full time job to maintain. You can't be evil at family picnics, and, as much as you think you'd like to, you're not scaring everyone at school either. These three recognize this and have a little fun with black metal.
The library is a resourceful place to get away from distractions as you sit down and study or get work done. Sometimes, someone sitting next to you will be listening to music through their earbuds, but everyone else can hear it and it is annoying. However, that's nothing compared to what these two guys did!
"One thing is for sure: Satan sells." These were the introductory words to a news report in 1983 following a clip of Motely Crue's 'Take Me to the Top,' which, as we know, is not about the Horned One. Surprisingly, the news report is actually pretty objective instead of condemning the music.
We've heard of wedding singers, but has anyone ever hired a wedding dancer? This guy is the life of the party at the basketball game. Bon Jovi's arena anthem 'Livin' on a Prayer' pours through the speakers and one person seizes his moment in an unthinkable way!
It's good to know that Bruce Dickinson is human after all. He's a competitive fencer, a pilot, entrepreneur, author, keynote speaker, and, oh yeah, sings in Iron Maiden. While it wouldn't be a stretch to imagine that he can also walk through walls, our sense of Bruce can come crashing back to reality with this clip.
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