Have you ever wondered what Metallica's Enter Sandman would sound like if it was written and performed by turn-of-the-millennium era Slipknot?
Well, wonder no more, because one musically gifted maggot has provided the answer and it genuinely whips ass! YouTuber Pete Cottrell has uploaded a cover of the 1991 Black Album classic, Enter Sandman performed in the style of Slipknot's iconic 1999 self-titled debut full-length album. The results absolutely rip, and Cottrell does an excellent job of explaining how he created the absolute monstrosity.
Watch Cottrell's video in full below.
If cover versions of Metallica classics are your thing, then check out our Maniacs Guide To The Metal Side Of The Metallica Blacklist.
If you want to know what other metal bands covering Slipknot sound like, check out our list of 5 Inspired Covers Of Iowa Tracks That Showcase Its Immense Influence.
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