System of a Down's breakout hit 'Chop Suey!' captivated millions after its 2001 release and allowed System to become perhaps the weirdest metal band to be embraced by the mainstream in the 21st century. When you have a truly weird song, the logical step is
The video you're about to see is 100-percent real. In this Best of YouTube clip, New Zealand technical death metal band Blindfolded and Led to the Woods appear on 'The Erin Simpson Show.' Witnessing a death metal act on television is rare enough, but here's the kicker: the program is for kids.
Black metal is dead serious … at least to kvlt warriors whose blood runs cold as ice. However, when the most committed corpsepainted soldiers aren't burning down churches or desecrating holy scripture, some turn to stand-up comedy!
'The Lego Movie' has been crushing it at the box office and the critical acclaim has been basically unanimous. With the world currently going crazy about Legos, it's only fitting that we share this awesome video combining Legos with Motorhead's 'Ace of Spades.'
Zoe Thomson is quite the young starlet, gaining the world's attention on YouTube with her spectacular covers of metal and rock bands. Here, she covers a Foo Fighters hit and sings, as well, proving she is a double threat!
The San Francisco Rock Project members continuously knock it out of the park. The kid band has performed a host of shows and covered songs from all sorts of rock and metal bands. This 2010 video highlights their diverse abilities as they take on a Rage Against the Machine classic!
Here we have a video of a talented young man playing Cannibal Corpse's most famous song, 'Hammer Smashed Face' on his bass clarinet. More like 'Hammer Smashed Bass (Clarinet),' right!? Sorry, that was the best we could come up with.
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