It isn't too uncommon for a few metalheads to be present in classical or flamenco guitar classes in college. Since universities don't offer a degree in shredding, metal musicians turn towards these academically acknowledged classes to expand their influences and playing spectrum. Of course, it all comes back to metal in the end, which is evident here.
In one of the most eyebrow-raising, fist-pumping moments in politics, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff took to the stage to perform her own cover of the System of a Down classic, 'Chop Suey.' Why? She wanted to!
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