Tenacious D Share Covers Medley Of The Beatles’ “You Never Give Me Your Money” & “The End”

Tenacious D have shared a covers medley of The Beatles’ “You Never Give Me Your Money” and “The End.” The duo said the following about that:

“Tenacious D are paying tribute to the greatest band in the world … not themselves…The Beatles!!! In the spirit of healing the world….please enjoy Tenacious D’s mashup of two classics from Abbey Road. All vinyl proceeds go to Doctors Without Borders.”

Black Map Share Billy Idol & U2 Covers Medley

Black Map (dredg, The Trophy Fire, etc.) have shared a new covers medley featuring Billy Idol‘s “Eyes Without A Face” and U2‘s “Exit.” Ben Flanagan commented:

“We had wrapped up the recording of our forthcoming album and still had the bug to create. At rehearsals we started jamming on covers from bands that influenced us in various ways and this whole thing just really came together. We wanted to be ambitious and combine a couple great songs that we felt would blend in a way that allowed us to put our own stamp on. While the album is getting finalized we wanted to give fans something special to enjoy before dropping new original music, which is right around the corner.”

Watch Members Of The Used And Sum 41 Perform A Medley Of Rage Against The Machine Covers

Bert McCracken (The Used), Dave “Brownsound” Baksh (Sum 41), Frank Zummo (Sum 41), and Jeph Howard have joined forces for a quarantine covers medley of Rage Against The Machine’s “Guerilla Radio,“ “Bulls On Parade,“ “Know Your Enemy,” and “Killing In The Name.“ You can find footage of that below, along with a clip of the musicians discussing the medley with Rock Sound.

Watch Powerman 5000, Volumes, The Black Dahlia Murder, Etc. Members Perform A Medley Of 90s EDM Hits

“Two Minutes To Late Night” have shared a new quarantine covers medley composed of 90s EDM hits. The video finds the show’s host Jordan “Gwarsenio Hall” Olds performing with Alexis Krauss (Sleigh Bells), Spider One (Powerman 5000), Myke Terry (Volumes, ex-Bury Your Dead), Carina Zachary (Husbandry, etc.), Zeena Koda, Myrone (Firstborne), Nili Brosh (‘Cirque du Soleil‘, etc.), Izzy Fontaine (Glassjaw, Seal), Alan Cassidy (The Black Dahlia Murder), Boots (Beyoncé, Run The Jewels), and The Ghost Funk Orchestra. “Two Minutes To Late Night” commented:

“Beanie Baby Burrito! We took all the 90’s EDM hits you’re afraid to admit you like and performed them in the style of music no one should like: METAL! The dude in the green spandex suit has been nominated for a Grammy twice lol. This is our 37th bedroom cover made with the support of Patreon. With so many musicians stuck at home with no outlets, we’re going to keep producing these style videos and use our Patreon to give some money to everyone who has a part in them. Please support our friends by donating to our newly redone Patreon at http://www.twominutestolatenight.com

Watch Green Day’s Recent Performance At “NFL Honors” Event

On February 6, Green Day took the stage for the first time in a year at the 2021 “NFL Honors” event. The performance, which featured a medley of “Still Breathing,” “Holiday,” and “Basket Case,” can be seen below:

Watch Circa Survive, Deafheaven, Minus The Bear, Etc. Members Cover Brian Eno

“Two Minutes To Late Night” have shared a quarantine covers medley featuring songs from Brian Eno’s 1974 album “Here Come The Warm Jets.” The latest clip finds host Jordan “Gwarsenio Hall” Olds performing with Anthony Green (Circa Survive, etc.), Shiv Mehra (Deafheaven, etc.), Cory Murchy (Minus The Bear), Stephen Brodsky (Cave In, Mutoid Man), Ben Koller (Converge, Mutoid Man), Santos Montano (Old Man Gloom), Mike Law (New Idea Society), and an Unnamed Saxophone Mutant (Mutant Scum). “Two Minutes To Late Night” said the following:

“Camels on fire! We gathered a glam rock Hateful Eight to give you a medley of Brian Eno jams from the incredible album “Here Come The Warm Jets.” This is our longest cover ever and we’ve packed a lot in here so get ready to go through your tortured artist phase together with us. This is our 33rd bedroom cover made with the support of Patreon. With so many musicians stuck at home with no outlets, we’re going to keep producing these style videos and use the Patreon to give some money to everyone who has a part in them. Please support our friends by donating to our newly redone Patreon at http://www.honorableswords.com

Dream Theater Release Holiday Medley “The Holiday Spirit Carries On”

Dream Theater are celebrating the holidays with a new medley titled “The Holiday Spirit Carries On.” Fans can purchase the track via Bandcamp. The group commented:

“With touring cancelled around the world, the incredible members of Dream Theater’s crew have not had the opportunity to work as they normally would in 2020. Please help us support them by purchasing this exclusive Holiday track. All proceeds will go toward these dedicated people who work tirelessly to make Dream Theater concerts possible.”

Anthrax, Sum 41, Etc. Members Join Forces For Medley Of Mötorhead, Judas Priest, & Iron Maiden Covers

Charlie Benante (Anthrax), Dave Baksh (Sum 41), Tom Thacker (Sum 41), Danko Jones, and Jean Genus (Hank Von Hell, etc.) have joined forces for a quarantine medley of Mötorhead‘s “Overkill,“ Judas Priest‘s “Electric Eye,” and Iron Maiden‘s “Murders In The Rue Morgue.“ You can check that out below:

All of the musicians commented:

Dave Baksh:

“As a 1980 baby my first exposure to metal was the big four, my love for their music made me want to learn more about where they came from. Who were the innovators for them? Who moved an entire genre forward for their generation? This question lead me to the term “New Wave Of British Heavy Metal.” A genre within a genre so powerful that its music still inspires to this day.

From artists, skaters and even the Rainbow’s video poker machine so many have had their lives touched by Motörhead, Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. We chose these songs in our medley as a tribute to all the bands that are part of the infamous N.W.O.B.H.M. Our lineup for this one was something that I could only have dreamed of. Thank you, Tom, Jean, Danko, Charlie and please send love from our family to yours.”

Charlie Benante:

“When Dave asked me to be a part of a Medley featuring Mötorhead, Judas Priest and Iron Maiden how could I say no? Then he told me Danko, Tom and Jean would be a part of it! That added a whole other dimension to it. This was fun and it really takes me back to a time when Heavy Metal was great.”

Danko Jones:

“‘Overkill‘ by Mötorhead is probably the most perfect rock song ever written. Lyrically, it keeps with its title, ending thrice! It also contains the drumbeat that laid the foundation for an entire genre of music.

‘Electric Eye‘ is the clarion call for one of the greatest Priest albums in their canon.

‘Murders In The Rue Morgue‘ is one of the best songs of the Di’ Anno era.

Although I have a million miles to go chasing the three legends who sang these songs, I am grateful to be given a chance. Being able to sing alongside these fine gentlemen was an honor.”

Tom Thacker:

“What an honor to rock this metal medley with these very talented dudes whose bands I love and respect! And Dave Brownsound, my bro-in-sound! So stoked to be a part of this!

Iron Maiden was one of my first musical loves and remain a favorite to this day. The first record I heard was Number of the beast. I listened on repeat until the tape wore out. It seemed much more substantial than a lot of the other bands, theatrical, literary, it was like a school course that fucking rocked. So much more than just killer riffs. But the riffs were enough for me!!

Electric eye is my favorite Judas Priest song. Halford’s voice sounds so sinister. It is the ultimate metal voice. And the Priest twin guitar attack… devastating. Like two tornadoes colliding.

There is no band more badass than Motörhead. They scared the shit out of me as a kid. The riff for Overkill has so much raw power just playing it will lay waste to an army of posers”

Jean Genus:

“Motörhead, Priest, Maiden… If there are any bands that have changed the rock world, it is probably these. In their completely own ways.

The first stadium show I ever went to was an Iron Maiden show. Just a little kid in a stadium with 75.000 people. I think that was one of those moments you think to yourself.. I wanna do that!

And as a bassist…what can I Say Steve Harris, Ian Hill & Lemmy. Three fine British Gentlemens👌”

Watch Footage Of Nonpoint Performing Their Busta Rhymes, Slick Rick, & Method Man Medley “Tribute”

Nonpoint have shared a new live video for their Slick Rick, Busta Rhymes, and Method Man medley “Tribute.” The footage was captured during the band’s recent “Statement” 20th anniversary livestream concert.