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Tag Archives: Pete Cottrell

Eggadeth? Megadeth’s “Symphony of Destruction” played with eggs is ridiculous

Posted by on May 5, 2017

We really thought that Metallica’s cover of “For Whom the Bell Tolls” on bells was going to be the most ridiculous thing we posted on the site this week. And it totally was – until now. Pete Cottrell has covered Megadeth’s “Symphony of Destruction” on eggs. Really, what the eggs are mainly used for is […]

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Rob Scallon to release original album

Posted by on January 3, 2017

We’ve written about Rob Scallon quite a bit here at Metal Insider. That’s because instead of releasing an album every few years like most artists, or every 20 years like Tool does, his main medium of choice is YouTube and he releases songs at a furious clip. Granted, many of them are covers, like Job For […]

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YouTubers distill all of Korn’s music into one minute

Posted by on August 2, 2016

Korn defined nu-metal 22 years ago with the release of their 1994 debut album. Now that the genre is old enough to have a kid of it’s own, the band continue on, but have influenced a lot of newer bands, or nu nu-metal if you will. YouTube musicians Pete Cottrell, i have gotten together to […]

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You’ve never heard Meshuggah sound so sweet

Posted by on November 30, 2015

[youtube]https://youtu.be/Ggb8Yet8uMQ[/youtube] Heard of Pete Cottrell? Probably not. Heard of Meshuggah? Here’s hoping you have. Cottrell is a YouTube personality that makes music. And by “makes music,” we mean took Meshuggah’s “Straws Pulled at Random” and sampled a bunch of percussive sounds like soda bottles, Skittles being poured in a bowl and punching a bag of sugar. […]

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