Like any good dad, Anthrax axeman Scott Ian is making sure his son grows up big and strong with a healthy musical diet consisting of the two major food groups: nu-metal-era Sepultura and groove-metal-era Sepultura. Last month, the thrash maestro posted footage of him and his 10-year-old kid, a burgeoning drum god named Revel Young Ian, crushing a cover of Sepultura's "Roots Bloody Roots." Now, the father-son duo are back in the garage busting through another one of the Brazilian band's classic bangers, "Territory."
The standout from Sepultura's 1993 album, Chaos A.D, is by no means an easy song to replicate. Igor Cavalera's drum parts are insanely fast and physically demanding, but Revel makes it look easy while bashing through the groove like nobody's business. His father looks on proudly before busting into the song's noisy riffage, and Revel holds shit down on the double bass. Watch the kick-ass "Territory" and "Roots Bloody Roots" covers below via Ian's Instagram.