Ten Second Song’s Anthony Vincent has proven himself to a be versatile arranger and singer. In fact, we just featured him doing System of a Down’s “Chop Suey” in 20 different styles. The Ghost one must have struck a nerve, as he said over 4,000 people asked him to do the whole song in that style. And he does an amazing job. From the makeup on Vincent to the “Message from the clergy” title card that leads things off, it all looks great, and musically, it’s very faithful to Ghost’s overall sound, but still recognizable as a System of a Down cover. Not that he needs another gig, but it seems like Vincent could probably find a gig as a Nameless Ghoul if he wants to.