Ron Burgundy (aka Will Ferrell) is making the rounds as his new film, 'Anchorman 2,' ramps up to its December release. One of the stops for the newscaster came Thursday morning (Dec. 5) as the veteran anchor dropped by 'The Dan Patrick Show.' During his appearance, Burgundy offered a new take on the 'Stat of the Day' theme, originally recorded by Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta, but he also showed he could also hold his own with the metal vet.
We've heard lullaby version of heavy metal songs, we've heard string quartet versions of metal songs, and even some pop artists have covered some of metal's most cherished anthems, but this might be the one version nobody expected. Sung in the style of Michael McDonald, Las Vegas act the Guilty Pleasures recently covered Iron Maiden's classic 'Run to the Hills' in their own 'Yacht Rock' style.
Even though we're approaching Thanksgiving break, the work week still seems a bit too long, doesn't it? No worries, we've got a brilliant time killer for you to waste endless hours on! Get ready to avoid all human contact and check out 'Kidman,' a djent-tastic Meshuggah-ized version of 'Pac-Man.'
System of a Down are the undisputed kings of weirdness. Not only that, but System of a Down are one of the most bizarre bands to achieve massive mainstream success. Even when you have no idea what Serj Tankian or Daron Malakian are singing about, the masses sing along with unwavering passion and intensity.
Halloween may be over, but there's always time to appreciate a good ghost story. In this case, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, Tenacious D singer Jack Black and actor Val Kilmer play the members of Sweetriver and the Huckleberry Dogs, an ill-fated band who died in a tragic plane crash. The trio portray their Southern rock characters in the 11th episode of 'Ghost Ghirls,' a web series starring Amanda Lund and Maria Blasucci.