Sabaton covers Twisted Sister on exclusive bonus track.
While we wait for a follow up to their Grammy winner “Meliora”, Ghost offers an EP of covers that keep pushing the boundaries of metal and hard rock.
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler releases country solo album. How does it fare?
Like A Storm’s new album offers melodic hard rock that sometimes veers into metal, along with an unexpected cover.
Alright, I admit it: I love hard rocking versions of pop songs. I really like the original, but the twist the female fronted Halestorm put on it is really cool too. Lzzy Hale has a great voice that adds an intensity that’s absent from Daft Punk’s version (where the vocals are provided by Pharell Williams).…
Guns ‘n Roses’ Spaghetti Incident? album served as a bookend for the classic lineup of the band, and it’s hard to find a least fitting way to put an end to one of the brightest burning stars of the rock world than this. A collection of mostly punk covers, the album is all over the…
I must admit that I particularily like when pop songs are redone with a harder edge. On Fozzy’s latest record Do You Wanna Start a War, they took this pop gem from 70’s swedish sensations ABBA and modernized it a bit, to great results. At least, I like it. 🙂
For their Acid Eaters album, The Ramones offered a punk version of Jefferson Airplane’s Somebody to Love, devoid of the psychedelia, but now full of punk atitude. Joey Ramone may not be on the same vocal level as Grace Slick, but their version offers a nice new take on a old favourite.
Here’s a new feature for Music Addict. I love covers, and I will share an interesting one every week on Thursday. Hope you’ll all like it! To start off, here is a cover of Mötley Crüe’s Wild Side, originally from their Girls, Girls, Girls album, done by country singer Gretchen Wilson. Gretchen’s version comes from the recent…
I just found this band called Metalachi, that does metal covers in mariachi style. I must be in a silly mood because I think it’s totally awesome 🙂