Thrash Metal Played On Children's Musical Instrument Set

Published February 9, 2015 102,097 Plays

Rumble / Funny & WeirdMusicians and bands alike are always looking for new ways to stand out from the crowd. Sometimes they're even just looking to have some fun by incorporating a different and interesting aspect to their live performance. Musician Drew Creal and his friend perform a spot-on instrumental cover of Slayer's 'Raining Blood', using only children's instruments!

It all started off as a joke, but the music they produced was so amazing, the video went viral so quickly! Using only a pair of pink instruments for preschool kids, these two men make an awesome cover of Slayer’s famous song ‘Raining Blood’. The three-piece drum set and the tiny guitar still manage to make some pretty good sound though. As they put together pieces of Slayer songs, they prove that trash metal can be raging, even if it’s played on preschool music equipment. If you thought that kid’s toys can’t rock, then you should think again!

How awesome was this performance? Although the kids that will use these instruments typically won't rock out as hard as these guys, their instruments do make for an interesting and entertaining performance to say the least. If someone invented custom thrash guitars for young kids, their parties would be much cooler! Who knows, maybe there will be a concert in the future with using only kid’s instruments!

Check out this awesome performance on children's instruments, and let us know what you think!

Video by Alex Hoffman of Rocketown Productions in Nashville, TN. Check out Drew Creal for more!