There appears to be no end to Stranger Factors pushing well known ’80s music back into the mainstream. In simple fact, common YouTuber Anthony Vincent is bringing the new surges of Kate Bush‘s “Working Up That Hill” and Metallica‘s “Master of Puppets” to its pure melding, performing Bush’s traditional as if it had been performed like the Metallica killer minimize. And he’s got some help with this undertaking, pulling it social media savvy Trivium frontman Matt Heafy and acclaimed YouTube shredder Stevie T to guide.
Vincent, who built his name performing many kinds of well-liked hit tunes, can expertly adapt a additional menacing vocal tactic to convey a put a fresh stamp on Bush’s moody ’80s standout. But it really is Heafy who provides it all together, initial rocking out some Metallica-esque riffs on guitar, right before stepping up to the mic himself to be a part of Vincent’s vocals with a additional throaty tough vocal approach.
The vast majority of the video finds the two musicians expertly adapting Bush’s strike and creating it a thrashy song that would in shape flawlessly inside Metallica’s catalog. But just when you think it is as very good as it’s gonna get, fellow YouTube guitar sensation Stevie T chimes in with some blistering soloing to finish out the tune.
The two Metallica and Kate Bush have been on the getting close of the so-termed Stranger Things bump this summer. Bush’s “Operating Up That Hill” has climbed into the Best 5 on the Choice Chart and hit the Prime 10 at Prime 40 radio, while Metallica’s “Grasp of Puppets” is back again climbing the Energetic Rock chart following its pivotal inclusion in the most modern period finale of the Netflix collection. The song also hit Billboard’s Warm 100 chart for the initial time at any time.
Kudos to Vincent, Heafy and Stevie T for bringing this nostalgic renaissance of two fantastic music to its organic summary. Test out the video clip under.