When 8-year-old Juliet released her first hardcore song last month, she probably didn't expect to see competition from another young vocalist so soon.
That's exactly what happened when 6-year-old Jacob teamed up with the band Terabrite to rock YouTube with a louder and equally aggressive track as a direct response to Juliet's effort.
"Hey Juliet, I saw your videos. You scream like a sissy girl," taunts Jacob in his intro. "Watch and learn!"
Jacob proceeds to go bats--t with a light sabre and smash up a "Guitar Hero" controller in the garden.
It's a great effort from the little frontman, and has racked up over 150,000 views in one day - though he has some way to go before catching up with Juliet's 20 million plays.
Of course, there's still something super weird about parents turning their kids into a YouTube commodity, with all those ad placements - but it would be great to think that they build a trust fund to help with their education in the future.
Perhaps we can expect a collaboration between the pair? Come on Converge, let these little pros feature on your next album.
Here's Jacob's first hardcore song:
Here's Juliet's original which sparked off this craze:
If you love their work, or just think their parents should stop making money from their kids, share your thoughts in the comments.