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Wubba Lubba dub-dub! What up my glip glops? Today we bring you another epic Eric Calderone guitar cover, this time for none other than the best animated sci-fi show since Futurama: Rick And Morty! Give in to the pointlessness of existence below.
The ever-adorable Eric Calderone has decided to take the "Time" theme from the movie Inception and turn it into a metal track, which can be heard below. He comments:
"So sorry for the little break, with holidays and all I didn't know a good time to upload. Anyhoo, I've been seeing and wanting to try this one for a long time. Hans Zimmer, duh! Yet another great score! Expect another video in the next couple days :) Thank you so much for everything, it means the world. Big ups for always rockin my casbah!"
It's been a couple of months since we posted anything from the ever-awesome Eric Calderone, who creates guitar covers of movie and game themes. The latest creation features music from the David Bowie flick "Labyrinth" - check it out below. Calderone also comments:
"So before the wave of Magic Dance comments come haha I really wanted to include that but that one ABSOLUTELY NEEDS vocals in it. So I figured I'd a medley of the Opening Credits, Underground, and Into the Labyrinth until we get some vocals in here.
"In my opinion this movie, it's score, and it's soundtrack are genius thanks to you know who :P Thank you all so much for everything! It means the world. BIG ups for always rockin my casbah." More...
We're gonna need a bigger boat to handle this clip... Eric Calderone finally covered the Jaws theme song! He comments:
"One of the 'after the fact' videos haha. I wanted this to be timed with Shark Week but it didnt turn out that way so I figured, every week is shark week. I also dont know how many times I've said it but John Williams is a boss haha.
"I really tried to keep the tune true to movie, building and fading. Thank you guys so much for everything! It means the world. Big ups for ALWAYS rocking my casbah!" More...
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Our favorite TV/movie/video game shred master Eric Calderone is at it again, this time posting a "Fallout Meets Metal" video, which can be seen below. Eric comments:
"So one of the shining moments of E3 for a lot of us was Fallout 4. The first one I played was Fallout 2 back in '98 I think it was and have been loving not just the game but the idea of it ever since.
"I went to FB to get some suggestions from you all and decided to give the Fallout 3 theme a shot along with some oldie tunes, 'Blue Moon' - I didnt base it off of the Sinatra version in the game, and 'Ain't That A Kick In The Head.' I wish I could have included all the oldies but I need Tony Bennett with me :)
"I also did my best to accent the game as much as I could. Thank you guys so much for everything! It means the world. BIG BIG ups for always rocking my casbah!"
Eric Calderone continues his awesome series of mashing up game, movie, and T.V. music with metal by metallizing the Simpsons opening theme song. The ever-shredding E also comments:
"Hey guys! So another one that recently just blew up my inbox. Sad to say we lost another great mind, RIP Sam Simon. As many of you may or may not know, I am a HUGE Danny Elfman fan, so whenever you guys give me the opportunity to give his music a shot, you KNOW I'm down.
"The Simpsons has basically been around for my whole life, what a run! As always, thank you guys so much for everything. It means the world. Big BIG ups for ALWAYS rocking my casbah!"
Shred master extrordinaire and all-around awesome guitarist Eric Calderone has a new series of metallic covers released!
Today you can check out his heavy metal renditions of "The Rains Of Castamere" from Game of Thrones, "Let It Go" from the hit Disney movie Frozen, and even a cover of Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca" below.
If you missed it before, don't forget to check out his previous video Robocop Meets Metal here.
Eric Calderone has released a new video clip covering the Robocop theme, which can be heard below, and he also comments:
"So as many of you may or may not know, the new Robocop is about to hit very shortly. The original Robocop is one of my favorite movies of all time. Not to mention, my very first rated R flick.
"What else can I say? Robocop was flawless and Mr. Poledouris is a boss. Such a great and characterizing theme. Thank you guys so much for everything. It means the world. Big ups for all the suggestions, comments, subs, messages, donations, fan art, and support."
You can also check out his cover of "What's This?" from The Nightmare Before Christmas at this location.
The ever-awesome Eric Calderone continues his series of T.V. and game metal covers, this time getting into the holiday spirit with a cover of "What's This?" from The Nightmare Before Christmas. Metal up your Christmas in the player below!
In his continuing series of heavy metal covers of game music, T.V. show themes, and movie soundtracks, guitarist Eric Calderone has now released a shred-tastic version of the "Ghostbusters" theme.
Check out this latest video below, or you can see Eric Calderone's previous clip covering music from the "Chrono Trigger" SNES game at this location.
Florida guitarist Eric Calderone, known for covering TV and game soundtracks, has now posted a clip online featuring a medley of Chrono Trigger songs. Check it out below, or you can also hear his covers of Final Fantasy and My Little Pony at this location.
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Heavy metal is no stranger to the cover, and in fact metal covers of non-metal tracks have become a staple of the scene, from Children of Bodom infamously recreating a Brittney Spears song to the full-force awesome of Graveworm covering "I Need A Hero."
Going past standard song recreations, Florida based guitarist Eric Calderone has a series covers for anime theme songs and video game tunes. A sampling of metallized versions of childhood favorites can be found below, including Sonic the Hedgehog, a Final Fantasy medley, and even My Little Pony! More...