Watch This 10-Year-Old Shock 'America's Got Talent' With A Brutal Spiritbox Cover

  • Watch This 10-Year-Old Shock 'America's Got Talent' With A Brutal Spiritbox Cover
    POSTED 16 Jun 2022

    Harper Spiritbox

    A 10-year-old metalcore fan has absolutely shocked America's Got Talent judges and sent the internet into a spiral with a crushing rendition of Spirtbox’s Holy RollerHarper who hails from Somerset, UK appeared on the latest episode of the talent show, performing a cover of the Canadian alt-metal star’s signature track Holy Roller.  Watch Harper deliver her 'pitch-scream-perfect' rendition of Holy Roller below.

    Compare Harper's performance with the original from Spiritbox's 2021 debut album Eternal Blue, one of our best albums of 2021 below.

    The audience and judges weren’t the only ones equal parts shocked and impressed by Harper’s efforts, with Spiritbox themselves getting in on the action, inviting Harper to perform the song live with them at the Islington Academy overnight. You can watch some fan footage of Harper performing with her idols below.

    Since their inception in 2017, Spiritbox, have been one of the hottest and fastest-rising heavy acts in the world.Fronted by  Courtney LaPlante, who also serves as one-half of the band’s primary songwriting duo with her husband, guitarist Michael Stringer, the band’s unique hybrid of metallic styles, paranormal-infused visual aesthetic and marketing nous have catapulted them to the brink of superstardom. Thanks to the strength of  Holy RollerBlessed Be, Constance and Circle With Me, the band’s debut album, Eternal Blue dropped in September 2021, shooting up the charts and earning critical acclaim. Last year we spoke to vocalist Courtney LaPlante all about it.  

    In the interview LaPlante shares that while busy with Spiritbox, she also launched her podcast Good For a Girl, where she has discussions with other women within the music industry from musicians to others on the business side of things.

    I just think that there should be more women in our media talking to each other. Asking each other questions that we actually want to be asked and we want to hear the answers to. I think it's just great and educational for the rest of us that have so much to learn from all these women that are in the music industry that we don't normally get a chance to listen to and talk to because that's just not normally a part of their job.  So I think it's just selfish for me because I get to learn, and then everyone else listening gets to learn so it's a win-win.

    Harper looks like she's taking on-board a of what LaPlante has shared about the industry so far. Check out Good For A Girl podcast here.  

    Listen to more Spiritbox below.

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Harper Spiritbox

A 10-year-old metalcore fan has absolutely shocked America's Got Talent judges and sent the internet into a spiral with a crushing rendition of Spirtbox’s Holy RollerHarper who hails from Somerset, UK appeared on the latest episode of the talent show, performing a cover of the Canadian alt-metal star’s signature track Holy Roller.  Watch Harper deliver her 'pitch-scream-perfect' rendition of Holy Roller below.

Compare Harper's performance with the original from Spiritbox's 2021 debut album Eternal Blue, one of our best albums of 2021 below.

The audience and judges weren’t the only ones equal parts shocked and impressed by Harper’s efforts, with Spiritbox themselves getting in on the action, inviting Harper to perform the song live with them at the Islington Academy overnight. You can watch some fan footage of Harper performing with her idols below.

Since their inception in 2017, Spiritbox, have been one of the hottest and fastest-rising heavy acts in the world.Fronted by  Courtney LaPlante, who also serves as one-half of the band’s primary songwriting duo with her husband, guitarist Michael Stringer, the band’s unique hybrid of metallic styles, paranormal-infused visual aesthetic and marketing nous have catapulted them to the brink of superstardom. Thanks to the strength of  Holy RollerBlessed Be, Constance and Circle With Me, the band’s debut album, Eternal Blue dropped in September 2021, shooting up the charts and earning critical acclaim. Last year we spoke to vocalist Courtney LaPlante all about it.  

In the interview LaPlante shares that while busy with Spiritbox, she also launched her podcast Good For a Girl, where she has discussions with other women within the music industry from musicians to others on the business side of things.

I just think that there should be more women in our media talking to each other. Asking each other questions that we actually want to be asked and we want to hear the answers to. I think it's just great and educational for the rest of us that have so much to learn from all these women that are in the music industry that we don't normally get a chance to listen to and talk to because that's just not normally a part of their job.  So I think it's just selfish for me because I get to learn, and then everyone else listening gets to learn so it's a win-win.

Harper looks like she's taking on-board a of what LaPlante has shared about the industry so far. Check out Good For A Girl podcast here.  

Listen to more Spiritbox below.

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