The wildly talented Anthony Vincent is back with another edition of Ten Second Songs, and this time he's applied 25 different styles of music-making to Slipknot's All Hope Is Gone smash "Psychosocial." Intercut with all kinds of fun pop-ups and pop-ins, the clip showcases the musician's insane range as he adopts the stylings of everyone from headbanger-friendly heavy hitters like Tool, Gojira, Ghost and Linkin Park to much more unlikely artists such as Britney Spears, Billy Joel, Rick James and William Shatner. Vincent's vocal abilities take center stage, but his arrangement skills and ability to mimic nearly any style available with impeccable accuracy is scarily impressive. Watch the madness above.
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