SLAY DUGGEE, the British heavy metal band for kids, have recorded a brutal cover version of ‘Walking In The Air’ from kids’ Christmas classic The Snowman.
It features Daniel Tompkins from TesseracT on guest vocal duties in a duet with Slay Duggee frontman (frontdog) Ricky Bow-Wow. Charlie Wilson from Monolith Studios features on guest guitar.
Check it out here:
The 1980s power-ballad-inspired video features Slay Duggee flying through the moonlit snowy sky with The Snowman himself.
Could this be the most metal Christmas song ever?
More info on SLAY DUGGEE:
SLAY DUGGEE was formed in January 2018, only 48 hours later, Slay Duggee’s first single ‘Stick’ was played on BBC Radio 6 Music by Steve Lamacq.
Lamacq dubbed SLAY DUGGEE the ‘Lords of Toddler Metal’ and personally requested a cover of the theme tune to BBC CBeebies show Sarah & Duck. Since then, SLAY DUGGEE have amassed over half a million listens, giving thousands of kids and toddlers their first taste of heavy metal.
SLAY DUGGEE have since collaborated with TesseracT guitarist James Monteith, and Nekrogoblikon vocalist Nicky “Scorpion” Calonne with their cover of The Lego Movie’s ‘Everything Is Awesome’. They are hoping more parents from the world of heavy metal will be special guests on new songs.
In September SLAY DUGGEE released their debut album Kids Love Metal and features the singles ‘Stick’, ‘Sarah & Duck’, ‘Go Jetters’, ‘The Sea The Sky’, and ‘Everything Is Awesome’, as well as around 10 mores including popular CBeebies theme tunes from ‘Octonauts’ and ‘Something Special’. Billed by the band as “The only Toddler Metal album you’ll ever need. Until our next one.”