My Chemical Romance gets Avenged Sevenfold throwback reimagining
The Youtuber does a flawless Anthony M. Shadows impersonation.December 9, 2019
Earlier this year, the YouTuber created a cover of Slipknot’s “Psychosocial,” taken from the band’s All I Know Is Gone, in the style of 25 different artists.
Now, he’s dropped a full cover of MCR’s “Welcome To The Black Parade” in the style of Avenged Sevenfold and it’s pretty spot on.
Considering that My Chem announced their return about a month and a half ago, it only makes sense for someone to give a fresh take on one of their most popular tracks.
With the help of guitarist Cole Rolland, Vincent nails the track, perfectly impersonating AX7’s lead singer Anthony M. Shadows in City Of Evil.
Check out the cover of “Welcome To The Black Parade” below.
More on My Chemical Romance
We’re a mere 11 days ahead of My Chemical Romance making their big return to the stage in Los Angeles. As if you needed another reminder, the band has taken to social media to refresh our memories.
With posts few and far between, anything shared from the band account has sent fans into a frenzy and this one was no different.
On Dec. 4, the official My Chemical Romance account shared a black-and-white image of a hallway adorned with chandeliers and open doors. The image is exactly what you expect, adding a filter to the Shrine Expo Hall. You can see a nearly identical photo here.
With the image was the phrase “Sedecim Diebus…” which translates directly to “sixteen days” in latin.
Check out the image below.
Sedecim Diebus… pic.twitter.com/zoVFQh0PQI
— My Chemical Romance (@MCRofficial) December 4, 2019
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The YouTuber reveals how he had been working on a Billie Eilish “bad guy” styles video when Dines had suggested the Breaking Benjamin style on Twitter.
Following a poll from Vincent’s Patreon, the “‘bad guy’ in the style of Breaking Benjamin” video was born.
If you’d like to take part in future polls for fan favorite and style videos, check out Vincent’s Patreon here.
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