Ten Second Song Guy Covers Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One Pilots song Heathens has been given the Korn, Anthrax and Machine Head treatment.

Youtube musician Ten Second Song Guy has released a revamped cover of the Suicide Squad track in the style of multiple artists – with Type O Negative, Stone Temple Pilots, David Bowie and Nirvana thrown into the mix.

The song was also covered by orchestral trio Simply Three last month.

The band’s Tyler Joseph recently recalled his strict upbringing and how his mother was determined to see him succeed. He said: “She made me work hard every day – I didn’t really have an allowance, there was just the concept of hard work as something you just needed to do every day. I had goals set.

“I had to make 500 shots every day and when my mom wasn’t looking, I’d get up closer to the basket and do lay-ups and count them and she’d be at the back window at the kitchen and knock. Then I’d have to go back and shoot from longer.

“It took about an hour and a half every day.”

Twenty One Pilots are currently on the road in support of their hit album Blurryface. They’ll commence their European tour later this week.

Twenty One Pilots tour dates 2016/2017

Oct 22: Moscow Stadium Live, Russia
Oct 23: St Petersburg A2, Russia
Oct 25: Helsinki Ice Hall, Finland
Oct 27: Stockholm Annexet, Sweden
Oct 29: Oslo Spektrum, Norwau
Oct 30: Copenhagen Falconer Salen, Denmark
Oct 31: Hamburg Sporthalle, Germany
Nov 02: Berlin Columbiahalle, Germany
Nov 03: Warsaw Torwar, Poland
Nov 04: Prague Forum Karlin, Czech Republic
Nov 05: Vienna stadthalle, Austria
Nov 07: Milan Mediolanum, Italy
Nov 08: Munich Zenith, Germany
Nov 09: Dusseldorg Mitsubishi Electric, Germany
Nov 15: Amsterdam Heineken Music Hall, Netherlands
Nov 16: Brussels Forest Vorst, Belgium
Nov 17: Paris Le Zenith, France
Jan 17: Providence Dunkin Donuts Center, RI
Jan 18: Bridgeport Webster Bank Arena, CT
Jan 20: Brooklyn Barclays Center, NY
Jan 21: Newark Prudential Center, NJ
Jan 22: Charlottesville John Paul Jones Arena,
Jan 24: ALlentown PPL Center, PA
Jan 25: Albany Times Center, NY
Jan 27: Pittsburgh Consol Energy Center, PA
Jan 28: Chicago United Center, IL
Jan 29: Moline iWireless Center, IL
Jan 31: Madison Alliant Energy Center, WI
Feb 01: Omaha CenturyLink Center, NE
Feb 03: Wichita Intrust Bank Arena, KS
Feb 04: Sioux Falls Premier Center, SD
Feb 07: Bozeman Brick Breeden, MT
Feb 08: Boise Taco Bell Arena, ID
Feb 10: San Jose SAP Center, CA
Feb 11: Sacramento SAP Center, CA
Feb 14: Fresno Save Mart Center, CA
Feb 15: Anaheim Honda Center, CA
Feb 18: Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events, NV
Feb 19: Tucson Arena, AZ
Feb 21: Tulsa BOK Center, OK
Feb 22: Dallas American Airlines Center, TX
Feb 24: Birmingham BJCC Arena, AL
Feb 25: Greensboro Coliseum, NC
Feb 26: North Charleston Coliseum, NC
Feb 28: Tampa Amalie Arena,FL
Mar 02: New Orleans Smoothie King Center, LA
Mar 03: North Little Rock, AR
Mar 04: Memphis FedEx Forum, TN
Mar 05: Louisville KFC Yum Center, KY
Mar 24: Wellington TSB Bank Arena, New Zealand
Mar 25: Auckland Vector Arena, New Zealand
Mar 27: Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Australia
Mar 29: Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Australia
Mar 31: Melbourne Rod Laver Arena, Australia
Apr 01: Sydney Qudos Bank Arena, Australia
Apr 08: Perth Arena, Australia

Source: Metal Hammer