HomeLOLA group of kids cover Metallica in a shopping center A group of kids cover Metallica in a shopping center September 14, 2017 LOL By Hubanero_staff 71 Comments A group of kids cover Metallica in a shopping center (Visited 11 times, 1 visits today) PREV Just found this masterpiece. Hubanero_staff September 14, 2017 NEXT I searched on YouTube for “toaster sound”, this was the extremely disappointing top result. Hubanero_staff September 14, 2017 About The Author Hubanero_staff You might be interested in Son races his dad’s ghost on his original Xbox Hubanero_staff June 29, 2018 Performer stuck in traffic (little superkart overtakes car after car after car…) Hubanero_staff June 29, 2018 A lyrebird in a zoo overheard construction sounds and started mimicking them Hubanero_staff June 29, 2018 Remembering Terry Fox, cancer amputee runner across Canada for cancer research – 4 minutes Hubanero_staff June 29, 2018 That’s not how you wash bread… THIS is how you wash bread. Hubanero_staff June 29, 2018 Youtube back in 2006 Hubanero_staff June 29, 2018 First Words at Age 10 (Autism) Hubanero_staff June 29, 2018 TIL how to pronounce Worcestershire Sauce Hubanero_staff June 29, 2018 Comment (71) party on, kids! excellent! Reply Pretty cool. Seeing to lefties is weird though (even thought I am a lefty). Reply I like this Hanson way better. Reply More like kids cover System of a Down covering Metallica Reply “4 Brothers rocking Real Music with Real Instruments and none of the computer generated crap that pollutes the airwaves daily…” Well, you’ll definitely appeal to 30+’ers 😉 It’s nice to see that music still brings people together, sometimes I feel that “being able to do it all on your own” caters to an odd narcissism that’s infecting music, but … then again I also get mad when kids play in my yard…. GET OFF MY LAWN! Reply Gotta love Melbourne Reply Welcome back Hansen, the world has missed you! Reply Pretty good. They should keep doing this. Then maybe begin working in some original material when they start doing small stages. Reply Thats one damn hard song to play on guitar. It took me months to learn how to play it and I’d probably never be able to play it and sing it as well as they did. 10/10 Reply I love a good quality busker but these kids are obviously professional and financially backed/promoted. I mean, just look at the quality of those buckets. Reply That was fucking great Reply Okay is nobody going to address the sketchy exchange with the blonde and hooded guy at the start of the video? She takes a bag, then goes back and tells the guy to sit down, takes a second bag, and then they both walk off in seperate directions. Seriously what was that? Reply Not a shopping centre, but [Bourke Street Mall](https://www.google.com.au/maps/place/Bourke+Street+Mall/@-37.8138541,144.9623247,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x6ad642b584c18be7:0x1a3bae189d065b99!8m2!3d-37.8138541!4d144.9645134) in Melbourne, Australia. Reply Is no one going to mention how the drummer tosses the tambourine and it hits the ground on beat while he’s reaching the drum sticks?! Reply Is nobody going to point out how the guy on drums and guy on left are the same person. Reply Careful, Metallica just might come along and demand some money from you for liking their music. Reply this was fucking great Reply Looks like zone 1 in Guatemala Reply Lars is filing a DMCA takedown right now. Reply Beautiful! Thank you! Reply Wow! Legit thought they were only covering acoustics and not vocals! Reply More importantly, who is this David Jones chap? And why does he have shops on both side of this street? Has David Jones gone too far? Reply I miss having long hair Reply TRUST I SEEK AND I FIND IN YOU Reply That fucking rocked, I’m so disappointed this isn’t getting more upvotes 4 hours in. Reply It’s the Hansen Brothers Y2K+17 Reply Seen these kids at queen st mall before, they do awesome nirvana and foo fighters covers as well Reply How do this not have more views Reply Don’t tell Metallica. They might try to sue them and then start a nasty drug habbit. I’m still bitter about Napster and how they helped ruin the internet. Reply Amazing! These kids destroyed it, Metallica would be proud. Reply Still a better snare sound than st anger Reply I need one of those in my town. Reply 1-877-Kars4Kids Reply The future looks a little brighter. Reply Melbourne represented !!! Fun fact: do you know you need a licence to do something like this on the street. Reply fuck yeah! Reply Would be more up voted if they used more colorful buckets and wore nirvana shirts just to screw with people. Reply I think that’s the same drum set they used for St. Anger. Reply Someone needs to buy bucket kid a drum set. Reply Look to be about the age I was when this song was new. It’s good to see the black album endures. Reply If your parents are pretty well off then this is probably one of the best investments they could make knowing their kids are talented instead of spoiling them with superficial shit. Hats off. Reply These guys are amazing. Here is their Soundcloud to what I believe is an original song https://soundcloud.com/user-662492404 Reply To the repost machine! Right OP? Reply The little one joined after announcing that “mom said I could be in your band”. Reply Guitar is on point for sure! Vocals, not so much. Bucket drums are just trying to hit a fad, look at the gear they have there. Reply Wow, these guys are really good. Checked out their other stuff as well, and I am impressed. This made me happy yay Also: it’s nice that kids find the music of my own youth. Reply “Thankyouverymuchshhhh” Damn fine cover. Reply Fuckin’ Scorpions Reply Two lefties in the band!!!!!!!!!!! a rare sight! love it. Edit: are they triplets, Fam? Reply Quality. The girl joining the singing was well done, my favorite moment. But he didn’t do the “nothing else matterrrrrHURLS” from the original. Mild disappointment there. Reply Great cover👍 Can you do Fade to Black next? Reply this is rad as fuck Reply AWESOME performance! The Metal will NEVER die! m/ m/ Reply just wow. Reply I think they all got there hair at the same place… Reply I like how theres a drug deal at around 40 seconds Reply This is really fucking good. This gives me hope for the youth. Reply They all piss excellence, that was great and well mic’d. Reply Expect a lawsuit shortly. Reply Wow Reply Wow! Apparently the sun came out on August 20th. Where the fuck was I? Reply I was not expecting that voice. That was really damn good. Reply Damn get that lead singer kid in voice lessons! His voice is super clear and he really has potential, don’t want him accidentally fucking it up somehow. Reply This is really cool until you bounce around their YouTube channel for a minute and realize they’re four brothers… and that Dad (or Mom) is behind the camera running the show. Don’t get me wrong, these kids are talented. Super talented for their age. But I’ve seen one too many YouTube families to realize that a lot of these kids have been bred to do what they’re doing, and part of me thinks it’s nothing more than an advanced form of child abuse. Even when it’s music. Fuck. *Especially* when it’s music. I’ve never seen a group of kids so unhappy to be playing “The Rock Show” by Blink 182 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNwCvEXji04 Like I said, it’s not that they’re not talented. They are. But you kind of get the idea that this is the conversation going on behind the camera: *Dad: OKAY, CUT, CUT, CUT.* *Dad: KEVIN.* *Kevin: …yeah, Dad?* *Dad: What the fuck was that?* *Kevin: I was just playing the –* *Dad: You were playing what, Kevin? What were you playing? Is that what they want to see on Idol?* *Kevin: I’m sorry, I was just –* *Dad: I said is that what they want to see on Idol, Kevin?* *Kevin: …no, Dad.* *Jason: Dad, I’m hungry.* *Dad: Dinner is for winners, Jason. Now let’s take it from the top.* For me personally, music was an outlet because I didn’t fit in growing up and I was picked on a lot. It’s cliche, but it’s the truth. You develop this deep, personal connection with artists through their lyrics and music. And, especially as an adolescent, you feel like they understand you like no one else does. I remember the first time I heard Maggot Brain by Funkadelic and when that opening note gets bent up, I felt like a window was opened to my soul. Like Marley said, “when music hits you, you feel no pain.” Again, it’s cliche, but it’s the truth. Eventually, I learned to play guitar. And I found a few other neighborhood kids — in the trudges of suburban America — and we started a band. That band never went anywhere, but it was still some of my favorite times growing up. I guess the point is that, to me, it’s really, really sad to see a bunch of kids playing music who really seem to dislike that they’re doing it. It’s the antithesis of what music is supposed to be about. Reply Somebody buy that poor bucket kid some drums! Reply I find it funny how every guitar player that I’ve seen perform N.E.M, lifts his head up to look around after the first into solo. It’s so specific and always done in the same fashon… Reply Oh. That’s awkward. I thought the bass player was a dame… Reply It makes my fingers hurt just watching him play that solo on an acoustic. Reply As good a cover as any. Cameraman was def a dedicated mother or promoter. Great stuff. Reply These guys are currently at my old highschool, I graduated when the eldest (guitarist) just started. They’re all brothers! Pretty sure they have another brother or two, crazy talent! Reply Crazy-talented kids, props. 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