Ed Sheeran covers Iron Maiden and Limp Bizkit for parody informercial

The acoustic hero has put his guitar to work on some classic rock tracks as well as hardcore rap in a parody infomercial on the Tonight show with Jimmy Fallon. Ed plays short covers of ‘Run to the hills‘ and ‘Break stuff‘ as samples for his new ‘Ed Sheeran sings Heavy Metal‘, which we think are absolutely brilliant. The infomercial is presented by an in character Jimmy Fallon who also announces tracks from Pantera to Lamb of God, which makes us at Rebellious Noise start to wish this album wasn’t just a parody! But at least we get the Iron Maiden and Limp Bizkit ‘tasters’. An exclusive bonus album of ‘Ed Sheeran sings Hardcore Rap‘ is also promised to the customer featuring a Ty Dolla $ign cover.

So here it is, Ed Sheeran doing covers you didn’t think you’d be seeing when you woke up this morning. We think our readers will enjoy this one;


Gogglebox’s Silent Jay leaves show and breaks silence with Mayday Parade cover…sort of

For weeks ‘Silent’ Jay Makin has been entertaining us with his silence when watching TV, letting us know that even those who only react inside to their favourite TV shows deserve to be on a reaction based TV show. You may have seen Jay sit with his now ex girlfriend Eve Woerdenweber and her family until this weeks episode had an empty space on the couch. You know, the alternative rock family of the show. Mum Viv actually met her husband Ralf whilst drunk, dancing to Rammstein’s “Du Hust” , does it get more metal than that? 

This weeks episode was the first without Jay after rumours circulated that he would infact still appear on the show despite his break up with Eve, but Jay told The Sun that she had even deleted him off of Facebook, gutting.

Well, the departure of the silent man from the show isnt the only talking point for Jay fans as a video has recently surfaced online of him not only talking but singing! Jay performs his own rendition of a Mayday Parade song “Jamie all over”. The video was posted 2 years ago and has recently surged in viewership since being discovered online by fans of Gogglebox. One thing we picked up on was how he signed out from the video with “Thank you, Goodbye” which is something the Gogglebox fans didn’t get to see on the show. Closure? For now, Until we get a spin off show.