Released in 2019 within When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? , which debuted at #1 on the UK Albums chart. It’s eerie lyrics and instrumental make it perfect for October. But it’s amazing rise on charts and eerie sound are not why it’s a halloween choice to cover. The concept behind the song itself is creepy. Billie Eilish wrote the lyrics from the perspective of a monster under her bed. That makes the song just that much more creepy.
Just because you’re a metalhead doesn’t mean that you can’t like Christmas music. Here’s a list of metal Christmas Covers to bring a moshpit to the holidays.
The view from our room at @metterrahotel of the Pride Parade here in Edmonton! @YEGPride #Pride #yegpride #PrideMonth #ExploreEdmonton pic.twitter.com/CL7gaGe5MR — along dusty roads (@alongdustyroads) June 9, 2018 June 9th was Edmonton’s Pride Parade. A time to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. It’s a time to celebrate inclusion and diversity and most of all, love. Pride…
How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a holiday story originally written by Dr. Seuss in 1957. The story follows the meanness of the Grinch and his distaste for the Christmas holiday as tries to steal Christmas but later realizes that Christmas isn’t about the tangible. This is a feel-good story that criticizes the commercialization of Christmas and the prevalence of human cheer. It’s a cute holiday favourite.
Happy holidays from me, and of course from Fearless Records (I’m a bit biased towards punk music). Here is the Punk Goes Christmas: Deluxe Edition. If you’re looking to spice up your holiday with some alternative Christmas songs, then this album is perfect for you.
The simple answer to the long story is that I started a blog about covers and parodies because I wanted to share them with people. I want to write about songs that are unique because they aren’t the original.