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See Anthrax's Scott Ian and 10-Year-Old Son Cover System of a Down's "Bounce"

Father-son duo offer up another blistering instrumental jam
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Last week, Anthrax axeman Scott Ian and his 10-year-old son Revel Young Ian wowed the metal world with their kick-ass cover of Sepultura's "Territory," which arrived just a few months after their take on the Brazilian band's "Roots Bloody Roots." The thrash guitarist and his drum prodigy youngster make for a helluva team, and their grind didn't stop even for Superbowl Sunday. Last night (2/13), Ian posted footage of the father-son duo nailing an instrumental rendition of System of a Down's "Bounce," one of the wildest and most beloved cuts from their 2001 masterpiece, Toxicity

Like the Sepultura covers, Scott handled the guitar parts while his kid banged away behind the kit with precision and force. The footage appeared on Ian's Instagram page, and a couple members of SOAD chimed in to show their support. "Bad Assssssss!!," wrote bassist Shavo Odadjian alongside a dozen devil horn hand emojis. "This is awesome," commented SOAD guitarist-vocalist Daron Malakian. "The kid can really play. Your [sic] not so bad yourself!!!!! Such an honor!!"

Watch the footage down below via Instagram and stay tuned for whatever cover they cook up next.