Spongebob Squarepants Sings War Pigs By Black

Spongebob SquarePants is no stranger to the heavy metal world. In case you forgot, Pantera once contributed a track to the “Prehibernation Week” episode, and Motörhead were featured on The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie’s soundtrack.

The good people at Movie Munchies YouTube Channel wanted to bring the two worlds together one more time, and came up with one of the best fan edit videos you’ll ever see.

Enjoy Spongebob singing ‘War Pigs’ by Black Sabbath below!

Source: Ghost Cult Magazine

Gwar Responds To Kathy Griffins Donald Trump

Comedian Kathy Griffin made headlines this week by posting a picture of herself holding up a bloody head resembling that of President Donald Trump. After receiving a ton a backlash for the photo, Kathy has since apologized, but that didn’t stop her from losing fans, and her New Year’s Eve job at CNN. Obviously free speech isn’t tolerated in mainstream media as it is in our scene, because since his election, artists like Brujeria, Puscifer, and many others, have made their opinions quite clear about Trump.

The first group to express their hatred of the new President was, not surprisingly, the almighty GWAR. They’ve “murdered” several Presidents at their shows over the years, and that includes Donald Trump. After seeing all of the backlash that Kathy received for her photo, Beefcake the Mighty took to Facebook last night to call out Kathy Griffin, and remind everyone who did it first. Enjoy the hilarious clip below!

Oh, and stay tuned for updates on that new GWAR album soon!

Source: Ghost Cult Magazine

Rob Scallon Covers Meshuggah on A Shovel Guitar

Rob Scallon continues to deliver each and every week on his YouTube channel. We’ve already seen him perform classic songs on guitars, banjos, satires, and ukuleles over the past few years, and today he’s uploaded another brilliant new clip online. Rob teamed up with vocalist Leo Moracchioli and clarinetist Caleb Canatheviphth to cover ‘New Millennium Cyanide Christ’ by Meshuggah, and instead of using a normal guitar, he brought out his trusty shovel guitar for the entertaining clip. Check it out below!

Oh, and if you’re wondering how he plays a shovel guitar, see below:

Source: Ghost Cult Magazine