Tag Archives: Rob Scallon

Rob Scallon takes a half step to write another unique song

Posted by on February 6, 2018

YouTuber Rob Scallon has seemingly done it all. The guitarist has covered plenty of Slayer and Metallica songs on banjo, made songs consisting of lyrics that people have tweeted him, and even  wrote a song without hearing a note of it. The latest challenge he got from a follower was writing a song that only […]

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Rob Scallon doesn’t even have to hear music to write a good metal song

Posted by on January 9, 2018

Being a YouTube celebrity must be exhausting. Not only do you have the entirety of the internet to compete with, you also have to keep outdoing yourself. Thankfully, Rob Scallon has been able to do continue to innovate, from Slayer on a banjo to writing a metal song with no notes. Now he’s taken to […]

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Watch Rob Scallon jam with $1 guitar

Posted by on December 5, 2017

The Holiday’s are typically a stressful time of year. Many feel forced to spend money they don’t have on gifts, stocking stuffers, and most importantly, alcohol. However, Rob Scallon shared a brilliant idea for those who have a cheaper budget this year. Scallon purchased a guitar for $1 at the Dollar Tree, a store that […]

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Watch Rob Scallon play metal in inappropriate places, again

Posted by on October 5, 2017

YouTuber Rob Scallon has created a sequel to his Metal in Inappropriate Places video, which was published just a few years ago. This time around, he managed to inspire many metalheads to have metal playing while exchanging their wedding vows. Additionally, he makes us wonder how the cops would realistically react to someone shredding their […]

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Rob Scallon invites Jeff Loomis, Ola Englund and more to shred in new video

Posted by on September 12, 2017

Corey Taylor recently made a cameo appearance on Rob Scallon’s video covering Slipknot’s “Psychosocial.” The internet guitarist has upped his game by inviting four shredders for his next video. Jeff Loomis (Arch Enemy), Ola Englund (The Haunted), Leah Woodward (Aliases), and Garrett Peters make a guest solo appearance as Scallon’s 9 string guitar drop tuned […]

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Watch Rob Scallon perform Slipknot’s “Psychosocial” featuring Corey Taylor

Posted by on August 28, 2017

We have seen Rob Scallon playing covers before while using a banjo a handful of times, along with other stunts like using every instrument he owns for a song, jamming System of a Down’s entire discography and a ton more. While the mastermind continues to deliver fresh ideas for our entertainment, he hasn’t invited the artists […]

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Watch Rob Scallon play every Rage Against the Machine song in three minutes

Posted by on July 18, 2017

Rob Scallon is back with another discography edition. This time around, he took on the challenge to perform all of Rage Against The Machine songs in three minutes. These tracks feel more introductory instead of what he did with the prior video, playing System of a Down’s catalog. However, he does go from 1992’s self-titled […]

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Watch Rob Scallon perform a metal song using all of his instruments

Posted by on June 19, 2017

We thought it was genius of YouTuber Rob Scallon when he played every single System of A Down song in under four minutes and none of their songs under the same duration. However, he upped his game in his latest video, recording a metal tune using every single instrument he owns. That’s right, all forty-five […]

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Watch Rob Scallon cover Iron Maiden’s “The Trooper” with a banjo

Posted by on June 1, 2017

YouTuber Rob Scallon is back, this time without System of a Down. However, he brought the Banjo back performing a cover of Iron Maiden’s “The Trooper.” The cover includes a few solos along with adding the flute to the mix. Visually, the video shares a war-like world filled with different effects ranging from bullet holes […]

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System of a Down drummer John Dolmayan reveals band has fifteen “fantastic” songs written for new album

Posted by on May 24, 2017

Recently, we watched Rob Scallon perform System of a Down’s entire discography in under four minutes. For those SOAD haters, Scallon was kind enough to post a brand new video which featured zero SOAD songs in under four minutes. He cleverly showed what SOAD would sound like if they never existed in the first place: […]

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