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YouTubers Anthony Vincent & Erock Have Covered Christmas Tracks In The Style Of Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne & More

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There’s a considerable number of metal and hard rock interpretations of holiday songs to be found in the latest edition of "Ten Second Songs". YouTuber Erock helps hammer out some of the tunes in the style of Ozzy Osbourne, Metallica, System Of A Down, Iron Maiden, Marilyn Manson etc..

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1. Anonomous Hippopotomous writes:

My objection against Christmas music is not so much due to the genre, but to the lack of originality. forced to listen to every Tom, d***, & Harry's rehashes of 50 year old classic xmas songs. It's dull, boring, & what's more, it's worn out. AC DC did it good, wrote their own "I Want A Mistress For Christmas" Write something new, worth listening to.

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2. Albe. writes:

I hate christmas and damn christianty that wants to
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3. X writes:

Merry Christmas you pleb, now get the f*** out of Metal Underground and go fly a kite with your gay 12-year old partner.

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