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Heavy steel and bluegrass have change into an unlikely match made in heaven, because of Canadian musician Dan Davidson’s aspect undertaking, DD & the Butterlovers. The group uploaded a banjo-fied model of Megadeth’s “Symphony of Destruction,” and it really sounds actually, actually good.

Certain, it takes some getting used to listening to Davidson’s vocal twang and a violin play over lyrics like “Performing like a robotic, its steel mind corrodes/You attempt to take its pulse before the top explodes,” however the group does an unimaginable job and mixing the genres collectively. The six-piece band stands nonetheless taking part in their devices, all sporting heavy steel band tees.

“An essential bluegrass classic,” the band jokes within the video description. Watch it beneath.

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