The month-long Halloween-centric edition of Two Minutes to Late Night's quarantine covers series is over, and they're back to their regularly scheduled programming, with Marissa Nadler, Kurt Ballou (Converge), Stephen Brodsky (Mutoid Man, Cave In), Ian Miller (Kowloon Walled City, Puig Destroyer, Skankin' Pickle), Nick Bellmore (Toxic Holocaust, Jasta), and your host Gwarsenio Hall doing Journey's "Of A Lifetime" from their 1975 self-titled debut, when they were more of a progressive rock band.

"JOURNEY but it's not where we get our sick shoes or that song from Family Guy," Two Minutes to Late Night write. "When Kurt Ballou (Converge, producer of every metal album you love from the past two decades) says he wants to cover the literal first Journey song you know he's gonna make it shred!" They do indeed make it shred, as you can watch for yourself below.

Previous highlights in this series include 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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