Don't you just love when you watch a great television program and a killer song comes up? Well Scrubs did just that in season 6 having Lloyd Slawski, the delivery man, rocking out to DevilDriver's "Driving Down The Darkness". Watch Lloyd sing along to Dez Fafara's brutal vocals.
It's always fun to bust out the acoustic guitar and play some fan-friendly, singalong covers. The only problem though, is that sometimes you don't know what you want to play. Thankfully this dude has remedied that annoying predicament by performing 32 different songs in 8 minutes covering Weird Al "White And Nerdy", AC/DC "Thunderstruck", The Lonely Island "Jizz In My Pants", Shakira "Hips Don't Lie" the Pokemon theme and 27 more hits. Check out all the songs below, it's definitely worth your 8 minutes.
Winds Of Plague are one of the hardest working and touring bands around, but even they need to take a break sometime. Johnny Plauge (vocalist) shows us how he spends his off time every October at the famed Knotts Berry Farm Halloween Haunt. Here he skates around as Demented Clown scaring anyone willing to step foot on his turf.
Cannibal Corpse is the biggest death metal band in history, but for some reason some people cannot get into them. This man thinks it's because the lyrics are hard to understand with all the growling, so he's pieced together a lounge music arrangement of the song "Rancid Amputation". Oh joy! Now everyone can understand Cannibal Corpse and even sing along to their morbidly wonderful lyrics. Maybe one day this will be the new lyrical direction for music in hotels and it…
Bill Bailey is getting ready to headline the Saturn Stage at UK's Sonisphere on Sunday. Even though he has such an important set Bill Bailey feels he needs to also get ready for Metallica in case they can't play Friday. Watch as Bill Bailey gives insight on how he prepares for Metallica. "Sleep with one eye open, gripping you pillow tight."
Following the fad of hardcore and young pregnancies, a couple has decided to give a dose of A Day To Remember to their offspring. Watch as the kid rocks out to the song "The Downfall of Us All" in his baby seat whilst sucking a skeleton pacifier. Makes me want to have my own young-in so I can push my music on them.
Lead vocalist and guitarist Taki Sassaris has taken some time out of his day to make this special video for us at PureGrainAudio and for all the ETA fans. Eve To Adam will be hitting the road this summer with Saving Able so make sure you don't miss the boys live.
The year was 2009 and the place was a Starbucks parking lot in Calgary, Alberta. After having warned their friend of the impending doom of his bicycle, a bunch of buddies from local bands doused three skids in gasoline, leaned their friends bike against them, and set it on fire. If that doesn't make you feel warm inside, enjoy the brief performance by Jenny & The Rolling Jay's before they, along with Inner City Elegance, make their getaway!
Sometimes your favourite hard rock artists like to tone it down a bit and play some softer music. This past Easter Brett Carruthers, of A Primitive Evolution, picked up an Autoharp and began jamming. Check out this video and enjoy the dynamics and range this artist has.
Last month The City Calls spent 7 days at the Ranch studios in Southampton (UK) recording their new EP. The album has yet to be named, but will be out on I Am Mighty Records this Summer. Whilst the guys were in the studio they filmed a short movie of them recording to give fans a taster of the new record. Check it out now!
April Wine… awesome! But wait! There are so many questions that arise from this video. Does April Wine support human trafficking? Who is driving the bus when they're all in the back? Could this video be any better? Are there questions I haven't even thought of? Check it out!
They may be smaller than the guitars, but they definitely know how to play; and whether this makes you laugh, cry or think we're just idiots, I think it's safe to say that these children are better than a number of the grown up, mainstream guitarists in North America today.
A friend posted this on Facebook and I immediately felt the need to post it here. It's a very cool, full band version of Rage Against The Machine's "Bulls On Parade" mixed with "Killing In The Name". Check out the video and check out this school band from Fairfax, Virginia's George Mason University. Sweet!
I'm sure most people won't find this as hilarious as I do, at least not for the same reasons I do. This video showcases 10 genres of metal and manages to demonstrate how generic each genre can be. Whether or not that is what the dude in the video was going for is beyond me; however, to be defined and categorized by a riff or two is ridiculous.
So, we're pretty sure the music wasn't included in the original version of this shampoo commerical, but that doesn't mean it doesn't fit. Overall the video might not be anything special, but toss in Cannibal Corpse's "I Cum Blood" and these hot women appear even crazier. Unless you're an experienced hair whipper, don''t try this at home!
How do you write a hit song? Use the same structure as a song that's already a hit! Whether or not this was the case when Nirvana wrote the Grunge Rock classic "Smells Like Teen Spirit" is debatable; however, whether or not you're a fan of Rick Astley and/or Nirvana… this video is hilarious!
When i was nine I could barely play the piano, let alone rock out this well to Metallica's "One." Heck, I'm in my 30s and can't do this. There will be haters, there always are, but any way you cut this one, it's pretty awesome. Good job kid... good job!
Yeah, yeah, yeah... it's not Black Metal... we know! Take away all the errors and you still have a funny video. I think the main thing to derive from the clip though, is that the stereotype is true. Bands often try SO hard to be "metal" or "evil" or "whatever" and at the end of the day are in and of themselves posers and hypocrites. Dude, just be real... if you like Bieber and fluffy pink boas, and aren't scared to flaunt it... that is Metal!
I'm dedicating this post to my wife because she does this same, exact thing to our cat. I don't think we can get through the intro to any CSI episode without Kitty drumming out to one of The Who's three songs. While some might argue our cat is cooler, this one's clearly a better skinsman! This one also gets bonus points for playing to Lamb of God's song "Black Label."
By the looks of this fuzzy, little doggy you wouldn't expect this degree of madness. I'm sure he's a sweet pup and all, but man he looks mean. Pair this up with some molten metal taken from Vital Remains' song "Deschristianize" and you've got yourself the makings of one funny-ass video. Sure the dog doesn't do much on his own, but pairing him with the tune is priceless.