Covers of the Stan Bush anthem 'The Touch' -- known to geeks from its use in 1986's 'Transformers: The Movie' -- are nothing new. But covers of 'The Touch' performed by an all-Transformer band? Now that's something we don't see every day.
In the same vein as that incredibly magical rendition of 'All I Want for Christmas Is You,' Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and a bunch of grade school instruments are once again making awesome music. This time it's a cover of Robin Thicke's nonstop hit 'Blurred Lines.'
Well, here's something you don't see every day (unless you follow this guy around, in which case, move along ... move along). It's a man with a mohawk playing "Thunderstruck" by AC/DC on bagpipes that shoot flames
We've said it before, and we'll say it again -- if you're going to subject yourself to the stress of parenthood, you may as well use your kids for party tricks. This dad has taught his almost two-year-old
This is the perfect way to relive those golden years back in the '90s before you hardened your heart and started listening exclusively to death metal. It's a metal guitar version of your 12-year-old self's favorite song -- 'Barbie Girl' by Scandinavian dance-pop group Aqua.
Just when we thought America's favorite video game, 'Super Mario Bros.,' couldn't get any better -- enter YouTube's 311Erock, aka rocker Eric Calderone. In this video, Eric shows us that not all metal riffs and/or tones are used for moshing, horror movies and making parents angry.
America's favorite sweetheart, Taylor Swift, is undoubtedly ripping up the charts with her newest album, 'RED.' Yet as good as it might be this version of Swift's hit, 'I Knew You Were Trouble,' might be even better than the original.
The guys in this wedding band are seriously awesome. Not only are they playing an awesome bossa nova version of 'Enter Sandman,' they also put it up on YouTube because they aren't afraid of Metallica suing them
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