This is legitimately incredible. Who knew Taylor Swift was so covertly metal?
Musical genre whisperer and all-around internet legend Anthony Vincent, whom you might remember from such off-the-chain stylistic mashups as the 10 second songs series, has tried his hand at manipulating a full-length tune, just for a change.
That tune is Tay Tay (feat. Kendrick Lamar)’s 2015 pop opus Bad Blood and Vincent has given it a heavy metal makeover ala Disturbed. And let me tell you kids, it’s such a dead-on rendish that Dave Draiman & co. should be seriously considering making it their next album’s Living After Midnight.
And you know what? Maybe they might be. The scarily accurate cover has actually caught the attention of the Disturbed Ones, who’ve shared it to their official Facebook page.
“THIS IS SO GOOD, IT MERITS POSTING ON OUR PAGE TO SHARE WITH ALL OF YOU…” The band said, yes in all caps. “WELL DONE MR. VINCENT, AND THANK YOU…HAHA.”
We first heard a glimpse of Bad Blood ala Disturbed in Vincent’s last excellent 10 second song effort, but check it out, in its full glory, below.
As an aside, we’d really like to hear Down With The Sickness performed in the style of T-Swizzle next, please.
Watch: Taylor Swift – Bad Blood ft. Kendrick Lamar (In the Style of DISTURBED)