Thursday, September 20, 2018

Tag: covers

All Time Low and Wheatus

All Time Low throw it back with “Teenage Dirtbag” cover

Their name is All Time Low. And you don't need to dream about them covering Wheatus' classic "Teenage Dirtbag," they've already done it. Watch...
The Used, Linkin Park

Hear the Used cover Linkin Park’s “Shadow Of The Day”

Looks like the Used have taken to playing Linkin Park's "Shadow Of The Day" at recent live shows, and now there's video to prove...

The Wonder Years drop cover of R.E.M.’s ‘Losing My Religion’

The Wonder Years have dropped a reworked version of R.E.M.'s "Losing My Religion," and we're freaking out. Read more: ‘Blink-182 Goes Broadway’ for charity featuring ‘American...

Hear a harrowing cover of Linkin Park in new ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ trailer

Another trailer for Alita: Battle Angel is here, and it's set to a poignant take on a Linkin Park classic. Read more: 'Bill And Ted 3' set...
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10 surprising cover songs

Cover songs have the power to bring together some unlikely pairs. Never in our wildest dreams would we have expected atmospheric metalcore kings the Devil...

Awsten Knight somehow makes “Stacy’s Mom” super emotional

Only Awsten Knight would have the ability to create the saddest version of "Stacy's Mom" ever played. Read more: Twitter locks Awsten Knight out of...

Vic Fuentes covered Mike Shinoda’s “Crossing A Line” and it’s beautiful

If you didn't love Vic Fuentes enough already, his cover of Mike Shinoda's “Crossing A Line” will definitely do it. Read more: Hear Mike Shinoda’s...

Marilyn Manson joined X Japan at Coachella for “Sweet Dreams” cover

Marilyn Manson joined X Japan onstage last night at Coachella for a cover of "Sweet Dreams." Read more: Watch Marilyn Manson’s wild new music...

13 mainstream hits reimagined as pop-punk songs

If you’ve ever wondered what some recent mainstream hits would sound like reimagined as pop-punk tracks, then YouTube has you covered. Head below for...

10 covers of the 1975 that prove everyone loves the 1975

Arguably one of the most versatile, successful and exciting bands in the world right now, the 1975 possess two albums worth of material that...

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