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When you're covering Metallica as a harp duet, picturesque desert scenery is pretty much required to make everything perfect.

The song is "Nothing Else Matters," by the way.

By the twins Camille and Kennerly, known for tackling such nerdtastic standards as the Legend of Zelda soundtrack and Game of Thrones.

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We know, we know. You've heard both of these songs a million times before, and not even an adorable mashup of the two by Pomplamoose might keep you from rolling your eyes and saying "UGH, not AGAIN" (did you do that? Be honest!) But this arrangement is executed well enough to be worth your time, and the music video defies the obvious visuals by paying homage to the 2009 thriller "The Box" (or possibly "Button Button" by Richard Matheson, the short story on which the movie was based).

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For everyone who's pissed about TNMT being turned into aliens in the upcoming Michael Bay explosiaganza.

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A blind 15-year-old listens to the electronic track "Crack" by Freestylers for the first time, then jams it out on piano. It's probably inappropriate to make a joke about the "musical version of Daredevil" (except that I just did).

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George Dennehy's performance of the Goo Goo Dolls at the Strawberry Faire in Ashland, Virginia, using only his feet, won him a scholarship to major in the performance arts.

Anyone who makes any inappropriate jokes about this amazing feat is the most heartless scumbag in the world, hands down.

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Eric Calderone is out with another nerdgasm-inducing metal cover, this time lifting from the Doctor Who soundtrack.

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There were too many metal covers of Zelda, so he made a funk one.

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Everyone's favorite heavy metal cover artist might be a little late to the party with Gotye covers and parodies, but that doesn't mean he's any less welcome (we still love you!). Maybe next he can do a metal cover with five people on one guitar.

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