Watch August Burns Red Cover NOFX’s “Linoleum” Live With Silverstein’s Shane Told

During their July 15 set in Portland, OR, August Burns Red were joined onstage by Silverstein’s Shane Told for a cover of NOFX‘s “Linoleum.“ You can see fan-filmed footage of that below:

[via The PRP]

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Beartooth Stream Cover Of The Troggs’ “Wild Thing”

Beartooth are streaming their cover of The Troggs‘ “Wild Thing.” The track originally aired on ESPN earlier this week as part of the T-Mobile Home Run Derby. Beartooth chose to cover the song due to the fact that it became a cult classic in Cleveland after is was featured in the 1989 film “Major League.”

Clutch Release Cover Of ZZ Top‘s “Precious And Grace“

Clutch have released a cover of ZZ Top‘s “Precious And Grace.“ This track is the second song in the band’s “Weathermaker Vault Series.” Neil Fallon commented:

“It should be fairly obvious by now that Clutch are huge fans of ZZ Top. They’re a band that we grew up listening to — and we still listen to them to this day. ‘Precious And Grace’, from their classic ‘Tres Hombres’ LP, is easily one of our favorite ZZ Top songs and that’s really the only story behind the choice.”

Beartooth Cover The Troggs’ “Wild Thing” For MLB All-Star Game Home Run Derby

Beartooth have recorded a cover of The Troggs‘ “Wild Thing.” The track will air on ESPN tonight (July 8) as part of the T-Mobile Home Run Derby, which will start at 8pm EST/5PM PST. That telecast will be followed by the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Cleveland, OH tomorrow (July 9). Beartooth chose to cover “Wild Thing,” due to the fact that the song became a cult classic in Cleveland after is was featured in the 1989 film “Major League.”

The Struts Cover Martha And The Vandellas’ “Dancing In The Street”

The Struts have released a cover of Martha And The Vandellas’ “Dancing In The Street.” You can stream that below. The band commented:

“Today we are thrilled to debut our rendition of the Martha and the Vandellas classic “Dancing In The Street”, which has been interpreted by quite a few legendary artists over the years – and now it’s our turn. We hope you all enjoy.”