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Category Archives: Covers

Devin Townsend recorded a cover of “We Like To Party”

Posted by on December 9, 2016

  Remember the Vengaboys? The name might not immediately come to mind, but you probably remember the cheesy dance song “We Like To Party.” Or if you’ve seen an older ad for Six Flags with that dancing old guy, you’ve heard it. Why are we bringing up a ’90s dance hit? Because Devin Townsend is […]

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Halestorm to kick off 2017 with 3rd covers EP; hear them do Whitesnake

Posted by on December 2, 2016

Halestorm is one of those bands that you might not get until you hear them live. There are probably some metal fans still pissed that they picked up a Grammy back in 2013 for Metal and Hard Rock Performance for “Love Bites (So Do I)” over Iron Maiden, Anthrax, Megadeth, Lamb of God and Marilyn […]

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Lamb of God covered on cello is still awesome

Posted by on November 28, 2016

If the Lamb of God film As the Palaces Burn wasn’t interrupted by Randy Blythe’s arrest and subsequent trial on suspicion of manslaughter, it still would have been a compelling documentary about a metal band from Richmond that managed to amass a worldwide following. A few months ago, we caught up with The Snake Charmer, who […]

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Not so Metallica – A collection of non-metal Metallica covers

Posted by on November 18, 2016

As the heavy metal and hard rock institution that they are, Metallica’s catalog has long since become a go-to song book for newer bands in the genre to cover. The thrash veterans are no strangers themselves to covering others’ work, having done an album of it. But being as big as they are (and having […]

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Alt-rock band The Moth & the Flame covers Metallica’s “Moth Into Flame”

Posted by on October 26, 2016

  There are lots of Metallica covers out there. Hell, Apocalyptica got their start by releasing a whole album of cello covers of the band’s music, and everyone from Between the Buried and Me to Rodrigo y Gabriela have put their stamp on them as well. This one’s a little bizarre though. Alt-rock band The Moth […]

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