Lorde is a teenage singer-songwriter from New Zealand known for her soft emotional ballads and strong-yet-relaxed singing style. Her hit song "Royals" expresses her disdain for how lavishly many music stars live their lives. LA Rock quintet Mora Mora takes on that attitude with their own style and a garage-rock video.
Tubular Bells is an album by Mike Oldfield, an English musician. The name itself may be unfamiliar to some, but the fact that legendary horror movie "The Exorcist" used the opening piano solo on its soundtrack means it's something most people recognize.
Enter YouTuber 331Erock, a musician who posts metal covers of pretty much anything, and you get a heavy melody that really rocks.
In September, Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis introduced the world to an electronic dance song that asked a very simple question: 'What does the fox say?' The epic video for the unique and quirky song went viral, grabbing millions of views.
Norwegian rock/metal vocalist and singer for metal band Damnation Angels PelleK decided to turn it up to 11 with a heavy metal version of the song that hit no. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100.
What do people look for when considering attractiveness? Facial symmetry often factors in. So when otherwise good-looking celebrities lose their noses, the result is a little creepy. These funny GIFs of actors without their noses give us a completely different view.
Wolf Alice turns up the rock volume with their cover of Katy Perry's song 'Roar.' The subtle beginning may throw viewers off at first listen; the singer's soulful yet soft-spoken voice doesn't scream rock and roll. But when the rocking rhythm section and jamming guitars kick in, the song delivers a rollicking energy that demands attention.
Sometimes, the words to a song are amazing, but the bubbly pop melody just doesn't cut it. Luckily, there are YouTube musicians ready to fix that problem. Enter: Guitarist Drewsif Stalin (bonus points for the awesome name) and singer Nikki Simmons, whose metal version of Miley Cyrus' ballad 'Wrecking Ball' helps it live up to its name a little better.
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