Jimi Hendrix once said "music is my religion," and many people agree with him. Music can be a spiritual experience for listeners; it can make them feel comforted, supported and less alone. Don’t believe us? Well, you can check out this recent study or look at the 2 year old in the video above. Almost 5 million people have already enjoyed the minute-long clip.

In the short video, watch as this little boy really gets into playing Rage Against the Machine’s ‘Bulls on Parade’ with Guitar Hero. He’s feeling the music and shows it through his facial expressions and occasional vocal additions. Make sure to also keep an eye on his younger sibling in the background. The little tyke helps him jam to the song, first by playing acoustic guitar, then by using drum sticks and finally settling on being his hype man and backup dancer.

While the children in this video are having a grand old time with Guitar Hero, they'll soon have many more songs to play this October. That is, if their parents decide to pick up the new Guitar Hero Live video game. Rage Against the Machine’s “Bulls on Parade” and “Guerrilla Radio” will be featured within the new game, as well as hundreds of other tracks that have been promised by the game's creators.

Guitar Hero Live will also feature GHTV, which is being billed as the world’s first playable music video network, a new guitar controller and a responsive audience that cheers your successes and boos your mistakes. The game comes out on Oct. 20 and you can pre-order it here. It might be worth the click, because pre-orders will get you exclusive game content from Avenged Sevenfold, including three live tracks from the group.

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