Anthony Vincent of 10 Second Songs is incredibly good at taking famous songs and reimagining them as if other artists originally penned them. Vincent recently rolled out a cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" in the styles of tons of different artists like Ozzy, Death and Ghost, and asked fans who they'd like to see the entire song done in the style of.
The winner was System Of A Down, so here's that. It's really good. Here are some more videos Anthony posted recently:
- 10 Songs in The Style of GHOST: MADONNA, LED ZEPPELIN, BLUE OYSTER CULT and more
- Here's NIRVANA's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" In The Styles Of VOLBEAT, VAN CANTO & More
- What If KORN Covered MICHAEL JACKSON, CARDI B, EMINEM, PRINCE, HANSON? It'd Sound Like This
- 10 Pop Songs in the Style of METALLICA Shows That Every Pop Song Should Be METALLICA!
- What If TYPE O NEGATIVE & SLAYER Songs Were Written For The Nightmare Before Christmas?
- RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS' "Give It Away" In The Style of SLIPKNOT, KORN, BLACK SABBATH and others
- SYSTEM OF A DOWN's "Chop Suey" Redone In The Style of GHOST, MICHAEL JACKSON, WU-TANG CLAN & More
- Rock & Metal Youtubers Team Up To Fundraise For Doctors Without Borders
- Twenty One Pilots' "Heathens" Covered in the Style of KORN, MACHINE HEAD, TYPE O NEGATIVE, ANTHRAX & More