Every year, the annual ShipRocked cruise music festival features a rotating supergroup called the Stowaways, a gang of metal all-stars who unite to perform covers of other heavy songs. During yesterday's set on the boat (January 26th), the Stowaways featured Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe on the mic. In addition to covering Metallica's "One" with ex-Megadeth bassist David Ellefson, Blythe also busted out a full-throated rendition of Rob Zombie's 1998 industrial-metal banger, "Dragula."
Our friends at Metal Edge were on the scene, right in front of the stage, with their camera rolling, and they captured all the action for YouTube consumption. Ellefson wasn't present for the "Dragula" take, but Blythe was joined onstage by Ra's Sahaj Ticotin
Watch the action go down above via YouTube.