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Watch a TikTok influencer get scared by an Attila song in a failed challenge

Attila are certainly not for everybody. The metalcore mainstays have made a name for themselves as one of the most brutal bands of the genre. That certainly came across in a recent TikTok video.

TikTok’er? TikTok user Cameron Davis got a bit more than he bargained for when he startled himself with Attila’s 2013 song “Callout.”

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Oh, TikTok, exactly why we had to say goodbye to Vine and embrace you, we have no idea but it seems you’re here to stay. As most of you know, TikTok dances are all the rage, with some people becoming massively famous for 15 seconds of dancing. Certain musicians can even owe their careers to one fo their tracks gaining traction on the video-sharing platform. 

One very popular TikTok song that has its own dance is “Savage” by Megan Thee Stallion. You’ve probably seen a ton of celebrities and others bumping the tune and performing that dance. If you haven’t, well you can watch a whole compilation here

That brings us to Cameron Davis getting startled. It seems Davis wanted to post a video of himself dancing to the popular “Savage” song but somehow ended up on Attila’s “Callout.” 

The original song clip was created by @jimmyyryann, who never intended to use the song either. It has since been used in over 4,000 TikToks. Chris Fronzak noticed Attila was trending and made his own video of the About That Life song. Someone then pointed out the Davis video to Fronz. 

This is the type of hilarious content that we need during the coronavirus quarantine. Fronz posted another TikTok pretending he’s talking to his friends who are quarantined with their partners.

What do you think of Attila scaring the daylights out of Davis in this TikTok? Tell us your favorite Attila song in the comments below!

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