This is what happens when Metal meets Christmas Obsession
Prosthetic Records' Starkill released a thrashing cover of Mariah Carey's All I Want For Christmas is You. While the song doesn't stray too far in melody, the massive kick drums and sweeping guitar solos make bring excitement to a song we've all heard one too many times.
Starkill's Parker Jameson says "We decided to pay homage to one of our favorite tracks of all time do a cover of this Mariah Carey classic."
It's no secret the band is a fan of Christmas music and with a vocalist like Sarah Lynn Collier, how could the band pass up the opportunity to make a Christmas classic an epic metal song? Maybe it'll even melt your Grinch heart as well as your face.
STARKILL's cover of "All I Want for Christmas is You" is available now via all digital retailers. Get yours here: http://smarturl.it/StarkillXmas
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What happens when a metal band meets Christmas obsession?
Yep, this is *actually* what happened! Starkill (Prosthetic Records) released a slamming and epic metal cover #video of Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas is You." Their thrashing version can be found in the link.
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