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How To Get Lots Of Press Quickly, And Not A Single Fan

Posted by on July 13, 2009

Recording “metal” covers of pop songs has about a .0000000000009% success rate. It worked for Fear Factory with “Cars” and Limp Bizkit with “Faith”…and those aren’t exactly bands you might want to aspire to be. Also, at least those bands had some following at the time. Posting a silly cover song that is so over the top is bound to get you a ton of hits and press, but remember – they’re laughing at you, not with you. I’m sorry to do this to you, folks. Read on at your own risk.

Exhibit A: The Suit (unsigned) covering Lady GaGa’s “Just Dance”.

Exhibit B
: Confide (Tragic Hero Records) covering The Postal Service’s “Such Great Heights (Thanks MetalSucks!):

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