Two Minutes to Late Night's quarantine covers series continues with a cover of Anthrax's "Caught In A Mosh" by former Kvelertak frontman (and current Hjelvik frontman) Erlend Hjelvik, Revocation/Gargoyl's Dave Davidson, Periphery's Mark Holcomb, Bury Your Dead/All That Remains' Aaron Patrick, Carcass' Daniel Wilding, Integrity's Dwid Hellion, War On Women's Shawna Potter, your host Gwarsenio Hall, and Mary Houlihan as Valerie Carcrash. They turn the thrash classic into something even more extreme, and it rips. (How could it not?) Watch:

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Previous highlights of this series include members of Circa Survive, Deafheaven, Minus the Bear, Converge, Cave In & more covering Brian Eno, members of Converge, Distillers, War On Women & Fucked and Bound covering Samhain, members of The Distillers, My Chemical Romance, Thursday, Murder My Death, and Soul Glocovering Annie Lennox, Marissa Nadler + members of Converge, Cave In & more covering Journey, Mastodon, Municipal Waste, Mutoid Man, Dethklok members covering King Diamond, Marissa Nadler + members of Earth, Cave In, Big Business & Shearwater doing "Spooky," Mastodon, Kvelertak, Baroness, Darkest Hour members cover Ozzy Osbourne, members of Integrity, Dillinger Escape Plan, Incendiary cover Misfits, members of Mastodon, Russian Circles, Cave In & more cover Alice In Chains, members of Windhand, Cave In & more cover Type O Negative, Ted Leo & members of Converge, Rise Against & more cover The Replacements, Max Weinberg (E Street Band) + members of My Chemical Romance, Hatebreed, Dillinger Escape Plan & more covering Misfits, members of Coheed, Tool, Primus, Mastodon and Cave In covering Rush, Emma Ruth Rundle + members of Mastodon, YOB & Old Man Gloom covering Kate Bush, members of Sleigh Bells, Poison the Well, Cloak & more covering Guns N’ Roses, Chelsea Wolfe + members of The Dillinger Escape Plan, Cave In & more covering Ozzy Osbourne, and many more.


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