The kids at the O'Keefe Music Foundation love their Nineties metal. The students — who range from primary school to high-school age — have previously put their own spin on everything from Rammstein's "Du Hast" and Slipknot's "Wait and Bleed" to Pantera's "Becoming." This time, the young heshers have taken on a song by Korn — and it's not one of the band's entry-level picks.
This iteration of the O'Keefe gang, fronted by six-year-old Michael and eight-year-old Zoe, chose to perform "Somebody Someone" from Korn's 1999 album, Issues. It's a slightly deeper cut that's eerie as hell, and the whole eight-piece band did a bang-up job giving the nu-metal track a jolt of youthful intensity. Watch above via YouTube.
In addition to breaking the internet with heartwarming, family-friendly playthroughs of heavy-metal faves, the O'Keefe Music Foundation provides free music education to children and adolescents. Find out more about the organization, buy their music and, if you can, make a donation over their official website.