On a recent episode of the German version of the reality-TV singing competition The Voice, contestant Stefanie Stuber performed an absolutely badass cover of Lamb of God's "Ghost Walking," off the Richmond, Virginia, metal juggernaut's 2012 album Resolution. Stuber is no stranger to making heavy music, having numerous bands on her resume — from Mission in Black to Enslave the Chain — and she totally slayed when delivering Randy Blythe's gravel-throated death-growl but also threw in some of her own more-melodic vocals to boot. Amazingly, her rendition was so jaw-dropping that it even won over the judges of the pop-dominated show. Watch the video of her appearance above. We would love to see Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson's reaction to such a performance on the American The Voice.
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