The Cutest Version of Slipknot’s “Duality” You’ll Ever See
Remember the kids from the O’Keefe Music Foundation? They did that awesome cover of Tool’s “Sober” that reminded us that the youth of today aren’t a bunch of cretins after all. Well, they’re back, this time with a cover of Slipknot’s “Duality,” and while it’s not quite as spot-on — it’s hard to match Corey Taylor’s pure rage, and it looks like they only have one alternate percussionist — it’s still pretty adorable, and is a solid reminder of one of life’s great facts: if you perform Slipknot, a zillion shirtless dudes will show up and wreck everything in sight.
The O’Keefe Music Foundation is a non-profit which allows kids to perform and record music in the hopes of teaching them about the creative process and the music industry. Which, in my mind, is about as awesome a mission as there can be. And by the looks of things, it’s paying off for these guys. If you’ve got money to give away, give it to them.
Watch the video below and find yourself saying, “Aw…” to a Slipknot track for the first time in your life.