Black Sabbath tribute acts are ten for a penny these days. But Motion Device, a band from Ontario, Canada, can lay claim to uniqueness when it comes to covering the Birmingham metal legends. As Blabbermouth notes, the band, made up of brother and sister David (13) and Andrea (15), cousin Josh (18) and family friend Alex (18) is fronted by Sara Menoudakis, who is 10-years-old.
Their interpretation of the Black Sabbath classic "War Pigs" sounds something like this:
Motion Device might want to consider heading out on tour with The Mini Band, the group of 8-10 year olds whose surprisingly tight cover of "Enter Sandman" was featured on Ultimate-Guitar back in 2011.
But what do you, Ultimate-Guitar readers, think of Motion Device's version of "War Pigs"? And for that matter, what other funny and strange covers of famous rock songs have you seen at gigs or online that have stuck in your mind. Tell us about it in the comments, and throw some links out there. For a bit of inspiration, here's a feature we did a few months ago on some of the most epic cover fails ever posted onto the real of the internet.
Entries don't have to be amateur bands either. Even the pros know how to dish out funny, strange and sometimes down right crappy covers of other artists from time to time.