Category: Vs. Tuesday

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT. Zombie Edition#2

In a first for the Vs Tuesday series, were going to pit a cover from one of our review requesters against… a more commercial offering. The song itself should need no introduction. A couple of weeks back Northern Irish Black Metal solo project Dratna released this cover of “Zombie” by The Cranberries in tribute to

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Rocky Ed.

It’s time for some cheese. Written by Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik and recorded at the request of Sylvester Stallone as the theme music for Rocky III, “Eye of the Tiger” is easily the best known song by Survivor. It was nominated for a pair of awards, in 1982 and 1983, narrowly missing out. First

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT. SNAP Edition.

In 1990 Snap! dropped their then 3rd single “The Power” and scored a huge hit. The German Eurodance group were fronted by rapper Turbo B and Penny Ford alongside producers Michael Münzing and Luca Anzilotti and the successful version was an entirely re-recorded one following a legal dispute about unauthorized samples. “King of the Beats

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Static-X edition

In memory of Wayne Static, the trio of surviving original members of Static-X, Bassist Tony Campos (ex-Soulfly, ex-Fear Factory), Guitarist Koichi Fukuda and Drummer Ken Jay (ex-Godhead) are controversially bringing the band back to play a 20th anniversary tour of their debut “Wisconsin Death Trip” and a new album of older unreleased material called “Project Regeneration”

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Nirvana Edition

Nirvana. A name that has survived as Kurt Cobain’s legacy long after his passing. We’ve had numerous b-sides, live shows and demos from the archives as every second of the bands recorded work has been put out and Cobain’s riffs are the building blocks upon which most guitarists learn their trade. In 2011 we had

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Prodigy Edition #2!

Continuing this weeks tribute to the fallen Keith Flint and Industrial Pioneers The Prodigy were putting head to head a pair of versions of “Breathe” from their 1997 classic “The Fat Of The Land”. In the red corner Swedish Dystopian Death Metal band Chine released their version to introduce ex-Pray For Locust frontman Tintin Andersen as