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Watch A Banjo-Powered Cover Of Slipknot’s Psychosocial

You don’t need it, but you want it, so you’re going to watch it.

Rob Scallon’s a million-subscribers success on YouTube, who has made a career from being creative with cover version videos. His latest: a banjo-centric take on Slipknot’s 2008 single, Psychosocial.

You know you’re watching this shit. Don’t kid yourself.

Props to the props, guys. And credit, too, to Slipknot’s own Corey Taylor for having some fun with it, showing up at the end. “The fuck was that? Well, it wasn’t good, I’ll tell you that.” (And there’s more of that, here.)

If you’re in the mood for cover versions, now’s probably a good time to point out that someone’s already given Taylor Swift’s Look What You Made Me Do a sorta-metalcore-kinda makeover. Nice work, One More Slice? Or is this awful? Can it be both?

Posted on August 30th 2017, 9:55am
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