It’s been done before and no doubt it will be done again because it’s a classic. Who doesn’t remember the Gorilla drumming along to “In The Air Tonight” by Phil Collins? Nonpoint delivered an on point, modernization of the song a few years back and this week sees Leo Moracchioli put his Frog Leap Studios
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Multi instrumentalist Leo Moracchioli has spent the last six years releasing Metal cover songs and racked up an incredible 30 albums in doing so. In this latest video he does a studio and shows off his freshly acquired Sitar. No touring this year means Toska guitarist Rabea Massaad can put his feet up, something he’s
It’s amazing what a name can mean to people. Birmingham 80’s New Wave Pop Rock act Fine Young Cannibals have the most Metal name around and yet the least Metal sound. Still, that hasn’t stopped Leo Moracchioli at Frog Leap Studios from covering their hit “She Drives Me Crazy” in full on Metal style. The
How important was Run DMC‘s collaboration with Aerosmith for “Walk This Way“? Just as important as the collaboration between Anthrax and Public Enemy. Leo Moracchioli from Frog Leap Studios in Norway has paid tribute to the Queen’s New York trio with a a cover of their 1986 single “It’s Tricky” in full Metal Jacket style.
“Here it is the groove slightly transformed, Just a bit of a break from the norm, Just a little somethin’ to break the monotony, Of all that HARDCORE that has gotten to be, A little bit out of control it’s cool to MOSH, But what about the groove that soothes that moves romance, Give me
“Millions of peaches, peaches for me, Millions of peaches, peaches for free” that’s right, Leo Moracchioli has gone with The Presidents of The United States of America classic for his weekly cover and the multi instrumentalist does the quirky little ditty justice in style. If you want to sample Frog Leap live in lockdown, check
Splicing together footage from various venues during the Frog Leap European tour trek that lead to the live album, Leo Moracchioli has dropped a music video for a cover of “Zombie” by The Cranberries. Frog Leap live guitarist Rabea Massaad handled the audio mix while taking some time off from is day job in Toska.
Australian rock band Midnight Oil may have faced some adversity among critics from their formation in 1972 to 2002 they sold an incredible 12 million records, something which deserves attention. Indeed it took until 1987 and their sixth studio record “Diesel and Dust” before they acquired any form of critical acclaim. Recorded at Albert Studios,
So the tour maybe off but Leo Moracchioli took the opportunity of the Frog Leap Live band getting together to rehearse to record a few videos. First up is a ripper of a Metal version of “Breathe” by The Prodigy! Keith Flint would have loved this, may he rest in peace.
As some point in ancient history we put the resurgent The Agony Scene head to head against Melodic Death Metallers The Black Dahlia Murder with their respective versions of “Paint It Black” by The Rolling Stones. The original appeared as a single in advance of the bands 1966 album “Aftermath” and it’s fair to say