The young rockers at O'Keefe Music Foundation are at it again. Having covered the hell out of Pantera, Slipknot and Slayer already, the kids have now turned their attention to Korn — in a big way. In fact, they have a whole album of Korn covers in the works and plans to release it on vinyl. The first taste comes in the form of an impressively true-to-the-original rendition on Follow the Leader smash "Freak on a Leash." Even more impressive, the band — made up of 16-year-old vocalist Tyler Halverson, 15- and 17-year-old guitarists Dominic Donile and Alex Sutherland, 17-year-old bassist Andrew Cole and 15-year-old drummer Zach Halverson — tear through their take in masks and hazmat suits befitting our contagious times. Watch above. For more info on the O'Keefe Music Foundation and to help out their important cause of musical education, visit the organization's pledge page.
Watch Teen Band Cover Korn's "Freak on a Leash" in Masks and Hazmat Suits
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