Grandson & Fever 333 Cover Two Linkin Park Tracks

There’s some covers about in this post!

We’re talking Fever 333 and Grands0n, two huge acts in the scene at the moment as they have released covers of two tracks from Linkin Park’s debut record, ‘Hybrid Theory’ in celebration of its 20th anniversary.

Check out Grandsons cover of ‘One Step Closer’.

On Grandson’s cover, he says:

On his cover, grandson said “Chester is an all-time great, and I could never try and sing like he does. We had to pitch the song down just so I could come close to hitting the notes in this song. I just wanted to try and pay homage and do this incredible song justice.”

And here’s Fever 333’s cover of ‘In The End’.

Jason Butler says:

“‘In The End’ was the song that made me believe that rap and rock still belonged together. I studied their tasteful marriage of the two styles from that moment on and created my own music with that in mind.  I wish I could tell my 14 year old self that one day I’d receive a DM from Mike Shinoda about him liking my music. I wish even more that I could tell my younger self he’d offer to share his talents and energy with me to make more music. I don’t think 14-year-old me would believe it, though. 35-year-old me still doesn’t.”

Fever 333 Announce New EP, ‘Wrong Generation’

Fever 333 have announced the details of a new EP, titled as ‘Wrong Generation’, their first full release since their ‘Strength In Numb333rs’ Record.

It’s set to be released on October 23rd 2020 via Roadrunner Records / 333 Wreckords Crew, and will feature the track ‘Supremacy’ which was released in June 2020.

On the track, Jason Aalon Butler explains that he begun the writing process after spending 13 days on the streets on LA, marching with the Black Lives Matters protests following the murder of George Floyd.

“This project is art as activism first. I’m talking about what’s happening and what needs to happen. I hope you understand there’s going to be pain in progress. After dismantling and deconstructing all of these things, we can find a beautiful place to be together. For me, this whole EP is that 13 days after 34 years. You fucked with the WRONG GENERATION.”

Check out the EP Cover Art below as well as tracklisting and a stream of ‘Supremacy’.

01.) Bite Back
02.) Block Is On Fire
03.) Wrong Generation
04.) U Wanted A Fight
05.) Walk Through The Fire
06.) For The Record (feat. Walter Delgado of Rotting Out)
07.) Last Time
08.) Supremacy

Check Out Members Of Glassjaw, Fever 333 And Jesus Piece Cover RATM

Rage Against The Machine has always been a band that hasn’t been far from the public consciousness, especially with their anthem ‘Killing In The Name’, with numerous artists covering the track which spreads the message our further into the mainstream audience.

Most recently, Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker took on the track.

Now, more have taken to cover the pulsating music in their own way with Two Minutes To Late Night bringing together members of Fever 333, Jesus Piece and Glassjaw for a cover.

“Frick you, I won’t do what you tell me!” say 2M2LN. “We made a thrash metal cover of Rage Against the Machine and based on the subject matter of the song we wanted to feature only non-white performers. Defund the police.

“This is our 19th bedroom cover made with the support of Patreon (hot damn). With so many musicians stuck at home with no outlets, we’re going to keep producing these style videos and use the Patreon to give some money to everyone who has a part in them. Please support our friends by donating to our newly redone Patreon at

New Music Roundup 12/06/20

Hello everyone and welcome back! It’s time for another week of the best new tracks that have recently been released, all in good order of epicness. I do apologise this is coming a few hours late in the day, there’s been a few things I’ve been pre-occupied with this week.

Don’t forget, this post covers a range of genres so there’s a little something for everyone!

First up this week is the emerging talent of metal artist Lucifena who’s new release ‘Sick Of This Shit’ tackles the subject of police brutality and racial injustice.

This is technically a video (which features footage shot at the recent protests in Los Angeles, California as part of the Black Lives Matter movement) but I thought I needed to open this weeks list with a track that’ll make you listen!

Next, following the news of the upcoming third record for Good Tiger in the form of ‘Raised In A Doomsday Cult’ set to be released on August 7th 2020, they have debuted the second single in the form of ‘Ghost Vomit’.

Moving to Australia for some heavy hitters in the form of Justice For The Dammed. ‘No Peace At The Feet Of Your Master’ is the latest track off their upcoming record, ‘Pain Is Power’ which dropped via Greyscale Records today.

London baby! That’s where we are for some fresh faces. They’re known as Half Cut K9 and all that’s in the world is the debut single, ‘Breathe’. Let’s take a look at it.

I had to choose this band as the last one on this weeks list, can you blame me.

This track from Fever 333 originally was a free download off their website but now, they’ve officially released it into the world.

In addition to a contribution from Blink 182’s Travis Barker, Goldfinger’s John Feldmann and Jason Butler’s (Fever 333) wife, Gin Wigmore has contributed to the track!

Check out ‘Supremacy’ below.

And that’s it for another week of a countdown of the best singles out in the world in the last week. Be sure to check back next week for another round of great singles. If you have any suggestions for me to check out, be sure to send an email or message us via the socials on Facebook or Twitter!

Watch Fever 333 Storm A Livestream Set, ‘Jason Butler’ Gives Impassioned Speech On Race In America

A few days ago, you might recall a post on The Fever 333 having a livestream event with proceeds going towards the Minnestota Freedom Fund and Black Lives Matter.

Well, it was a masterpiece of a set. Not only did the livestream feature some of their most insane material, but frontman Jason Butler made several passionate speeches and comments throughout the video, calling on the music industry for not supporting the black community properly where he challenged viewers to have serious conversations about race struggles in America.

After ‘The Innocent’, Butler paused to speak to the viewers, talking about the systems that “do not care about us – not the way it cares about itself”.

“For years we’ve been fighting, due to ideals, constructs known as ‘race’, and the fear of each other. Right now in America, there is a fire that is being stoked, flames that are being fanned by people in power. The people are relinquishing their power – the very power that we possess, simply by existing, as a people, as a nation, as a constituency. We are giving up our power to someone, and to people, and to a system, that does not care about us – not the way it cares about itself.

“I don’t care where you sit on this spectrum: if you’re able to watch the atrocities that are happening every single day – much like our brother George Floyd being slain on the streets in front of a camera – and you don’t think that there’s a problem, then you are that fucking problem.

“Like I said, this is a safe space, and we can have that conversation all day. But do not retreat when I tell you what the fuck it is that you are. These are facts laid out on paper. These are policies written out, systems in place. You can find this out for your very self. This is not bias. I promise you: if you seek this out, you will find it, and it will be verified by our system – the one I mentioned earlier.

“What I ask of you today is to have the conversation. Don’t be afraid to have the conversation – so afraid that you impose violence upon another person. I challenge you to have the conversation today. I’ll have it with you.”

The band also paused to remember all those who’ve been lost over the last few years where he calls out the music industry for benefiting from the black community but not doing enough for them.

“Atlantic Records. Sony Records. Interscope Records. RCA Records, Def Jam, Island, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, show up for black people. You love black culture? Show up for black people,” he shouted during One Of Us.

You can view The Fever 333’s set below.

Photographers Band Together Selling Prints To Raise Money For Black Lives Matter Organisations

This is why I love photographers. Over one hundred have teamed up together to raise money for the Black Lives Matter organisations.

Among the prints sold include artists such as Childish Gambino, Janelle Monae, Fever 333, Yungblud, Chvrches, Muna and more.

The profits made from the sales will be split between a number of organisations, of which include Black Lives Matter Global Network, National Bail Out, Know Your Rights Camp and BYP100. You can click on the following for the full list.

And you can see all the prints which are on sale here.

The Fever 333 Release Short Film, ‘Elephant’

I don’t think anyone had a better 2019 than The Fever 333. With the release of their debut record, ‘Strength In Numb333rs’, as well as relentless touring all over the world, the band have compiled the year into a short film titled as ‘Elephant’.

This includes footage from their shows and their rehearsal space, all in preparation for a follow-up LP that’ll be released later in the year.

Check out ‘Elephant’ below.

The Fever 333 Announce UK Shows

Following their upcoming appearance at Download Festival this June, The Fever 333 have announced two more gigs which will take place in the UK, marking the first headlining UK appearances since the release of their debut record, ‘Strength In Numbe333rs’ which was released at the beginning of the year.

Here are the dates.

June 2019

17th – Glasgow Cathouse

18th – London Electric Ballroom