Ukrainian Pianist Viktoriya Yermolyeva, who studied classical piano since the age of 4 has stunned with her reimaginings of Metal classics over the past few years. She’s shared her full set from SynthFest in 2017, where she performed in her Wedding Dress as the event by took place on her Honeymoon. It includes songs by
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So it seems that one of the biggest names to come from the Nu-Metal era and Glendale California in Armenian-American quartet System Of A Down seem destine to follow Rage Against The Machine down the path of being a Festival or Arena tour act only with no new material, living from former glories. Not that
Currently in Brazil for a concert run, pianist Viktoriya Yermolyeva who specialises in taking Metal song and turning them into grand works has shared a trio of live tracks including covers of Sepultura and Tool. She’s got 5 more shows in South America so if you like these, check her out.
Viktoriya Yermolyeva is easily the most gifted pianist we’ve come across and the fact that she likes a bit of Metal and writing piano versions of those songs is mint. Here she is performing “Deutschland” by Rammstein at Piano’s Maene in Ruiselede Belgium.
Timing is everything or so they say. As Death Angel freshly announced they’d be joining Exodus and Testament upon our shores in March 2020, isn’t ironic (no Alanis Morisette jokes please) that Viktoriya Yermolyeva should record a full version of “Immortal Behated” by the very same? She actually wrote and recorded the piano part that
Time for a classic of modern times. A lot… Actually a LOT of bands have covered this song, Motionless In White, Ankor, Robyn Adele Anderson and Viktoriya Yermolyeva to name but a few. It has to be said that the first two System of a Down albums are simply phenomenal and the others, while they
No sooner have German Industrial Metal pioneers Rammstein let us push play on their new single “Deutschland” than pianist Viktoriya Yermolyeva has arranged a version that makes it sound completely different but in a good way.
Played on a straight strung Chris Maene Concert Grand Piano, the amazingly talented pianist Viktoriya Yermolyeva continues her Metal cover series with a version of “In The End” by Linkin Park. A fitting tribute to one of 2018’s sadly many fallen heroes in Chester Bennington. Rest In Peace Brother.
Disturbed re-imagined Simon and Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence” and scored a multi platinum single a couple of years band. Viktoriya Yermolyeva aka vkgoeswild has now re-imagined the song once more. This time on a straight strong concert grand piano! The sound quality is simply incredible. Crisp and clear from a fantastic player. Disturbed themselves will be
When Pianos Maene let Viktoriya Yermolyeva aka vkgoeswild play on their 134 year old Bösendorfer, they might not have expected her to play some Slayer! Built in 1884 and belonging to one of the largest Piano companies in Europe, hearing “Raining Blood” on these Ivory keys is absolutely fantastic! Not to mention hearing a performance from a World Class