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America’s new President Joe Biden sings’ Metallica’s King Nothing…

Stuff you may have noticed: America had an election recently. While confirmed loser Donald Trump is making sure the jokes about his defeat write themselves by stamping his feet all over Twitter, content creators and heroic meme artists have spent the past few weeks sizing up the new guy Joe Biden for comic potential. 

Enter YouTube mash-up guy Lars Von Retriever, who has gifted the world a frankly bizarre version of Metallicas King Nothing with lyrics taken from snippets of Biden speeches. 

Read this: Metallica vs. Napster: The lawsuit that redefined how we listen to music

Previously, Lars Von Retriever’s works have included the Metal Trump series, in which he fused the orange loser with Megadeths Peace Sells… But Who’s Buying?, Maidens Fear Of The Dark, and Motörheads Ace Of Spades. He is also, let us never forget, creator of Atlas, Laugh!, a version of Tallica’s Atlas, Rise! made out of the sound of frontman James Hetfield chuckling, cackling and guffawing away. 

Genius, or simply someone with far too much time on their hands? You decide.

Because the Papa Het creation never gets old, let’s give that a re-watch, too…

Posted on November 24th 2020, 11:10a.m.
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