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Watch 8-Year-Old Girl Cover Pantera's "Walk" With Kid Band

O'Keefe Music Foundation students bang out power-groove classic

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One year before she broke the internet at the age of nine with a wunderbar cover of Rammstein's "Du Hast," little Taylor Jade Campbell took on Pantera's "Walk" and did the Texas metal juggernaut proud. In the newly released video, eight-year-old Campbell is seen doing her best Anselmo, telling false friends to step off while backed by O'Keefe Music Foundation pals 16-year-old John Fowler (guitar), 15-year-old Jonas Miller (bass) and nine-year-old Olivia A (drums). Watch above.

"Olivia, the drummer, spent nearly a year working on the song and learning to play along with a metronome ... which is not an easy skill for any musician, much less a 9 year old!" the O'Keefe Foundation's Aaron O'Keefe tells us. "John Fowler, lead guitarist and lifelong Pantera fan, played the song note for note and strived for absolute perfection. Jonas Miller was then on hand to lay down a solid bass line and groove. Finally, Taylor Campbell brought her own unique interpretation to the song and helped create a performance that is one-of-a-kind!"

The O'Keefe Music Foundation is an organization that provides free music education to children and adolescents — and seemingly specializes in awesome heavy-metal covers. Find out more about the foundation and make a donation over their official website.