The Harp Twins Cover Metallica’s ‘The Unforgiven’
The Harp Twins are at it again. Camille and Kennerly Kitt have posted a new video featuring their cover of Metallica’s “The Unforgiven.” Watch the unorthodox version of the song in the player above.
The video for the cover features the identical twins wearing the same outfits playing their harps in a graveyard. The cover is spot-on, but they opted not to recreate Kirk Hammett’s blistering wah-wah solo on the track. The duo made waves in the past covering Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train,” Iron Maiden’s “Fear of the Dark and Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters,” just to name a few.
“The Unforgiven” was a huge hit for Metallica back in 1991. The power ballad was the second single peeled off the band’s self-titled disc, known as The Black Album. The band has gone on to recorded two sequels to the track, “The Unforgiven II,” which is featured on 1997’s Reload and “The Unforgiven III,” from Metallica’s last album, 2008’s Death Magnetic.
You can check out more of The Harp Twins interesting covers on their YouTube page here. The ladies have released an album covering rock and metal songs, titled Harp Attack, which you can download here. For more about the Harp Twins, you can check out their official website at this location.
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