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Tag Archives: Anthony Vincent

Hear Cardi B, Prince, Post Malone and Michael Jackson in the style of Korn

Posted by on January 16, 2018

Anyone with a camera phone and questionable talent can upload a video to YouTube, but when you get down to it, there’s only a handful of YouTubers that are household names in the metal community. The triumvirate of Rob Scallon, Jared Dines and Anthony Vincent (whose “Ten Second Songs”brought him to fame. So it’s cool […]

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Ten pop songs get a Metallica makeover

Posted by on November 20, 2017

Anthony Vincent of 10 Second Songs is back. This time around, he teamed up with YouTuber Eric “EROCK” Calderone to perform pop songs reimagined as Metallica tunes. We’ve heard nearly every one of his remixes including Adele’s “Hello,”  Vincent making Justin Bieber sound not-that-terrible and System of a Down getting a Ghost makeover. His latest video […]

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Listen to System of a Down covered in the style of Ghost

Posted by on March 6, 2017

Ten Second Song’s Anthony Vincent has proven himself to a be versatile arranger and singer. In fact, we just featured him doing System of a Down’s “Chop Suey” in 20 different styles. The Ghost one must have struck a nerve, as he said over 4,000 people asked him to do the whole song in that style. […]

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Ten Second Songs Iron Maiden-izes Lady Gaga’s “Perfect Illusion”

Posted by on October 20, 2016

Perhaps Josh Homme’s inclusion on Lady Gaga’s “Perfect Illuision” wasn’t enough metal for you on the song. Ok, you’re not alone. If Gaga didn’t let everyone know that the Queens of the Stone Age guitarist played on her hit, we wouldn’t have known. And as poppy a song as it is, it deserves a metal […]

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Hear Adele’s “Hello” covered in styles of Deftones, Alice In Chains, Dimmu Borgir

Posted by on November 24, 2015

Face it, Adele isn’t going anywhere. The singer’s album, 25, was released this past Friday, and in three days already became the best-selling album of 2015. It’s set to have the biggest sales debut (about 2.9 million) ever in one week since SoundScan started in 1990. You’ve probably already heard “Hello,” whether you want to or not, […]

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Taylor Swift gets Disturbed

Posted by on September 10, 2015

The Ten Second Songs dude (Anthony Vincent) is at it again, and while already covered Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” in twenty different styles, he must have really had fun with the Disturbed version, because he’s done a full version of it. It’s got to be a lot of fun making the different versions, and given […]

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Taylor Swift gets the Ten Second Song treatment with Disturbed, Sabbath, more

Posted by on July 7, 2015

Taylor Swift, T-Swizzle, whatever you call her, she’s pretty much running the music industry right now. She bought Apple to its knees, had the best-selling album of last year despite the fact that it came out at the end of October, and is a lock to have the #1 album of this year as well. […]

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Latest love song-themed “20 Different Styles” video includes Metallica, Pantera, Type O Negative

Posted by on February 10, 2015

Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs is back with another one of his “20 Different Styles” videos. Last time we heard from him, he took on Linkin Park’s “In The End.” It’s pretty obvious that he’s a metalhead; unsurprisingly, he even fronts his own band. The success that his talent, innovation, and humor have brought him […]

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Here’s what “Thriller” sounds like in 20 different styles

Posted by on October 28, 2014

Didn’t have enough of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” from the The Walking Dead/”Thriller” mashup we posted yesterday? Maybe you’d like to hear it in a few different styles? Maybe like 20 different styles? Ten Second Songs’ Anthony Vincent, who we’ve covered before, has returned to cover the song in 20 different vocal styles, including Marilyn Manson, Cannibal […]

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Here’s Linkin Park’s ‘In The End’ performed in 20 different styles

Posted by on September 3, 2014

Anthony Vincent, otherwise known as the voice of Ten Second Songs, made a viral splash a few months ago when he covered Katy Perry’s ubiquitous “Dark Horse” in the style of 20 different artists. He’s back again, this time with an actual semi-heavy song, Linkin Park’s “In the End.” It’s fun to hear the song […]

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