The Harp Twins have struck again with another unorthodox cover of a metal classic. Having built a respectable fan base from their twin magic, the duo just delivered a re-imagining of Ozzy Osbourne's 'Crazy Train.'

Let's get this out of the way: When identical twin sisters Camille and Kennerly dress in identical clothes and cast their hypnotic gaze through your computer screen, it's a bit eerie. Seriously, these two bring flashbacks of little Danny Torrence turning that ill-faded corner in 'The Shining.'

Nonetheless, the Harp Twins' version of the song, which includes an interpretation of Ozzy's signature 'Crazy Train' laugh, is quite the intriguing spectacle. The two musicians even strum their harps on a real life locomotive.

The Harp Twins tackle Randy Rhoads' immortal main riff along, his powerful leads and the vocal progression of Ozzy Osbourne. Sadly, neither twin attempts to recreate Rhoads' insane soloing during the track's bridge, but the cover is mesmerizing.

Watch the Harp Twins take on Ozzy Osbourne's 'Crazy Train' in the video above!

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