Even though System of a Down used folk instruments on their albums, it’s really unusual to see someone play their songs on the bagpipes.
The real tribute to this amazing band was given by Miquel Serrahima playing The Hellion/Electric Eye on the electric violin.
Hello Cello! channel presents you a great cover of the song Ænema on violin and cello that sounds better than you expect.
Acoustic Gojira might not sound like something that could impress you anymore. Fortunately, this cover could.
Emanuel covered this song in such a way that he took us in a time machine to a fantasy world – to a village where a bard plays to his people in front of his hut.
If you think a woman’s voice doesn’t have the same charm as Peter Steele’s baritone, take a look at this cover and maybe you’ll change your mind.
Since you liked our article about Gojira on the piano, we’re sure you will absolutely adore this one.
Unlike other violin covers, this one was more emotional, played with more soul in it and spiced with a bit more improvisation.
If you want to hear even more emotional version of this song, check out the orchestral cover by Johnny Ciardullo.
YouTuber from the channel Sequoia Sounds made a cover of the song “Dancers to a Discordant System” and showed that the piano can also be djenty.