Young rockers Aaralyn and Izzy from Murp have garnered the attention of Jane's Addiction's Dave Navarro, who recently commented on Twitter about their cover of 'Mountain Song.' For those not in the know, Murp are definitely being raised to love metal, as evidenced by three years' worth of YouTube clips. And there's no doubt that the singer and drummer definitely "metal up" this Jane's classic.
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Godsmack's dedication to percussion has brought a smile to many over the years, and young drummer Alexey seems to be having the time of her life behind the kit playing the Godsmack favorite 'Keep Away.' Her joy and passion recently caught the eye of the band themselves, who tweeted, "Check out this kiddo on the drums! Some real girl 'powah' right here."
Eddie Van Halen may have turned in one of the greatest guitar moments in history 35 years ago when the instrumental piece 'Eruption' appeared on Van Halen's self-titled debut album, but he also set the bar for generations to come. This tricky solo is definitely one for those with nimble fingers and 14-year-old Tina S. has shown she's up for the challenge.
THIS is how to raise your kids properly. Just give your youngster a guitar, bass or drum kit, find them some fellow deathcore musicians, and they'll start making some bank in the city that never sleeps. Soon, you'll tell your boss to "take this job and shove it" while your prodigal child becomes metal royalty through brutal breakdowns and sick shredding.
"Born to bleed, fighting to succeed / Built to endure what this world throws at me." That is the line in the song 'In Ashes They Shall Reap' that Hatebreed fans worldwide chant along to, brandish on their clothing and use as inspiration to develop a positive mental attitude … but when a 1-year-old connects with it, we know she'll never have her Barbie dolls stolen when she gets older. Allow us to introduce Scarlett, an adorable 1-year-old g
If your school was this awesome, you wouldn't have faked all those sick days. Gregg Breinberg is the director of the P.S. 22 Chorus in Staten Island, N.Y. and the school's resident metalhead. Instead of forcing his students to sing Christmas songs in the middle of spring or whatever pop radio hit is currently popular, 'Mr
Look out Danny Carey! Tool's 'Sober' is a pummeling track by nature, but did you ever think you'd see a kid power through this classic? Youngster Houston was just 9-years-old when this video was shot. It was posted in 2011 and has already received just shy of 61,000 YouTube hits. Houston's fathe
There is hope for the future of metal and it starts here. This youngster has the support of his parents, as dad encourages his metal leanings by rocking the guitar while junior belts away. The clip that was posted earlier this year has already gathered 190,000 views