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Tag Archives: Jared Dines

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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Trivium invites YouTube star Jared Dines on stage for two songs

Posted by on November 29, 2017

Trivium invited YouTuber Jared Dines on stage during soundcheck before their show in Seattle, WA on November 24th. Dines performed “The Heart From Your Hate” and “Betrayer,” which are both taken from the group’s latest effort The Sin and the Sentence. Around seven minutes into the video, frontman/guitarist Matt Heafy gives Dines a guitar as […]

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Jared Dines orders 17-string guitar, gets strung along by scam guitar company

Posted by on October 23, 2017

Youtube personality Jared Dines, in preparation for an upcoming video titled “Djent 2017,” recently custom ordered a 17-string guitar for use in the video. That may have been news on its own, but it’s recently come to light that the so-called luthier, Nicholas Olson of Olson Guitarworks, is actually a known scammer who passes off cheap […]

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Jared Dines goes ‘dad rock’ in new “Raise A Glass” video

Posted by on September 25, 2017

YouTuber Jared Dines who turned Lady Gaga hits into classic metal songs along with making Maroon 5 sound metal, has returned with another creation. This time around, he reinvented the “dad rock” genre in the new, Daddy Rock video, “Raise A Glass.”   Check out the clip: Check out the post Malone Daddy Rock Rockstar […]

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Jared Dines turns Lady Gaga’s hits into brutal metal tunes

Posted by on May 31, 2017

YouTuber Jared Dines just released one hysterical video that will make you wish Lady Gaga would collaborate with Metallica on their non-existent eleventh studio album. If her voice sounded even half as brutal as this, it could bring back some 1983 Kill ‘Em All rawness. Dines, the genius who recently shared the torturous challenge on […]

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Jared Dines’ metal Maroon 5 video gets band’s seal of approval

Posted by on February 3, 2017

Youtuber Jared Dines might not like Suicide Silence, but what does he know, as he’s apparently a big Maroon 5 fan. The guitarist did an “If Maroon 5 was metal” video, ripping through a nearly five minute medley of tunes by the pop band. Granted, he does a good job of playing Adam Levine’s melodies on […]

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Classic guitar riffs sound different in drop G tuning

Posted by on January 27, 2016

Before YouTube, talented musicians that weren’t in bands had to go to Guitar Center to show off. The video service has given countless musicians like Rob Scallon and Andy Rehfeldt an outlet, as well as 10 Second Songs. Scallon’s sometimes co-contributor Jared Dines has tuned down to G and played 10 iconic guitar riffs. How do “Smoke […]

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Jared Dines is on drums, drugs

Posted by on September 1, 2015

We’ve written about Jared Dines before. The YouTube star, along with his friend and cohort Rob Scallon, are two of the biggest  (and funniest) YouTubers in metal. For his latest video, “Drummers on drugs,” the musician demonstrates what drummers sound like under the influence. While some are obvious (cocaine makes you play faster, marijuana makes […]

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Jared Dines demonstrates the state of djent

Posted by on March 3, 2015

The last time we saw YouTube genius Jared Dines, he was helping Rob Scallon write a song that didn’t have any notes. Now he’s back with a djent song thoughtfully titled “Djent 2015.” The song features a lot of detuned strings, and apparently is easy enough to play with a gigantic fork. Maybe that’s why they […]

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Rob Scallon, Jared Dines write zero note metal song

Posted by on February 23, 2015

One of YouTube phenom Rob Scallon’s most recent viral hits was a metal song that consisted of only one note. One of the ones before that was one consisting of only two notes. So he got together with his friend, drummer Jared Dines, and made a song that only has, well, zero notes. Sure, maybe […]

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