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Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with Flyleaf – Something I Can Never Have

May 4th, 2016

As we Hump The Covers Off tonight we get Flyleaf covering Nine Inch Nails, a pairing that I never thought I would hear. Found on the score to the movie Underworld: Evolution, original lead singer Lacey Strum and company belt out Something I Can Never Have in her signature fragile tone. Now all I can think about is Lacey […]

Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with Rage Against The Machine – The Ghost of Tom Joad

April 27th, 2016

We kick off this hump day evening with my favorite Rage Against The Machine cover, The Ghost of Tom Joad, originally recorded by Bruce Springsteen. Released as a stand alone single in conjunection with the self-titled 1997 video, this tune kicks ass. The version below was recorded at the ill-fated Woodstock ’99, but as you’ll […]

Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with Godsmack – Sweet Leaf

April 20th, 2016

From the Japanese version of Godsmack’s album Awake, a cover of Black Sabbath’s Sweet Leaf. Nothing else needs to be said, enjoy. For more Hump The Covers Off check out my blog archive.

Ox’s Blog: The Walking Dead x Beartooth Crossover?!

April 18th, 2016

Today Beartooth posted a short clip on their website, There is no reference, no context given, so I think it’s safe to say that after viewing the video, Beartooth will be making an appearance on the TV show The Walking Dead, next season. I’m sure the clip has NOTHING to do with the upcoming […]

Ox’s Blog: Hump The Covers Off with System of a Down – The Metro

April 13th, 2016

I’ve been on a System of a Down kick lately, so this week I am featuring their cover of the tune The Metro, originally recorded by the band Berlin. This cover is somewhat obscure, although it ended up being featured on a few different projects. Originally recorded in 1995, this track eventually made it’s way onto […]

Ox’s Blog: Hump The Cover Off with Volbeat – Making Believe

April 6th, 2016

Today marks both the 79th birthday of Merle Haggard, and the day of his death. To pay tribute to the legend I’ve got a cover of his tune Making Believe, off the 1977 album A Working Man Can’t Get Nowhere Today, from Volbeat. You’ll find this version on Volbeat’s third album, Guitar Gangsters and Cadillac Blood. […]