Category Archives: Covers

Six year-old performs death metal cover of ‘Let it Go’ from ‘Frozen,’ hilarity ensues

Posted by on July 22, 2014

MetalSucks reader Amber McCullers recently shared a video of her six year old son performing his own death metal rendition of ‘Let it Go,’ from the hit Disney animated film Frozen, in his home living room studio. Performing in true rock star attire, a Mickey Mouse t-shirt and briefs, this kid shows that he may […]

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Ex-Megadeth members Nick Menza, James LoMenzo cover Metallica’s ‘Motorbreath’

Posted by on July 18, 2014

It was just a few days ago when it was announced that ex-Megadeth members Nick Menza and James LoMenzo were collaborating on a sort of mystery project together along with singer/guitarist Davor Garašić, of the Croatian thrash metal band Sufosia. Now it turns out that the first piece of music from them has surfaced on Nick […]

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Here’s that deathcore ‘Let it Go’ cover you didn’t ask for

Posted by on July 14, 2014

Does there need to be a deathcore cover of “Let It Go” from Disney’s super-successful Frozen? Absolutely not, but Sumerian band Betraying the Martyrs have stepped up and done one anyway. And while there’s no official reason that anyone should want this, it makes sense that someone do it. “Let It Go” is the most popular […]

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Have you ever heard The Black Dahlia Murder… on strings?

Posted by on May 22, 2014

If you’re a fan of metal, you probably are familiar with the above song, The Black Dahlia Murder’s “Statutory Ape.” Taken from their 2005 album Miasma, it’s one of the band’s most recognizable songs. Is it still recognizable as a string arrangement, however? It absolutely is. The band tweeted out a cover, as done by […]

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Listen to Falling In Reverse cover ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’

Posted by on April 4, 2014

Do you love the ’90s? How about metalcore? If you’re familiar with Coolio and his song ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ (or Weird Al’s “Amish Paradise”) then you should probably know that Falling in Reverse has done a cover of it for the compilation album Punk Goes 90’s Vol. 2. The post-hardcore band takes the classic hit and turns it […]

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