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#Metallica's #EnterSandman drum cover played with #dildos.
Legendary (in our eyes) YouTuber 66Samus has created a video covering the iconic Metallica song with nothing but a drumkit and two shapely dildos. Truly iconic. We are not going to end this decade without a dash of iconic and unique cover performances, and there have definitely been many over the last ten years. This one, however, has to take the cake.
Dongs = always funny! Such is the premise of Samus Paulicelli’s latest video, a drum cover of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” played with dildos. These are serious and distressing times we live in, and sometimes a moment of juvenile levity is exactly what’s needed. Upon being sent this video last night I laughed harder than I have in months.
Metallica - Enter Sandman drum cover with dildos. Uploaded 01/17/2018 in ftw. Brings a new meaning to beating your meat. Autoplay On.
A dildo-drumstick cover of Metallica's 'Enter Sandman' Rusty Blazenhoff 3:05 am Mon Jan 22, 2018 Ever thought of whipping out two thick fleshy dildos and banging out a drum cover of Metallica's ...
METALLICA's "Enter Sandman" Drum Playthrough With Dildos For Drumsticks Expands The Band's Sound. By. Robert Pasbani. Published. January 16, 2018. "Imagine if I recorded a drum playthrough, but ...
Samus Paulicelli (“66Samus”) broke the internet last year, or at least my insides, when he posted a drum cover of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” played using dildos instead of drumsticks. So juvenile, yet so undeniably hilarious… if you’re not laughing as those giant rubber dongs flop around all over the drum kit you’re a bold-faced liar.
YouTuber 66Samus is going viral today over a very interesting drum cover of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” because he’s using dildos instead of drumsticks. People Have Some Thoughts About The “Enter Sandman” Dildo Cover
Metallica is celebrating 30 years of their landmark self-titled album affectionately known as the Black Album with an ambitious 53-song cover project.A wide-range of artists such as Miley Cyrus, Elton John, Alessia Cara, Mickey Guyton, Cage The Elephant, J Balvin, St. Vincent, Chris Stapleton, and many more contributed to the project.