Track: Fleshgod Apocalypse Cover Eiffel 65’s track Blue (Da Ba Dee)



Orchestral death metal masters, Fleshgod Apocolypse, are ringing in 2021 with an unexpected cover of fellow Italian electronic group Eiffel 65’s 1998 hit single “Blue (Da Ba Dee).” 

Commenting on the cover, Fleshgod Apocolypse frontman Francesco Paoli states:

“After the amazing response over our latest single “No,” we wanted to release something that could make the end of this shitty 2020 a bit funnier for everyone. That’s why we took a popular dance track from the 90s and made it the heaviest, angriest, bloodiest party song ever. We’re ready to blast your ears again in 2021, stay tuned!”

Sinister, heavy and full of the symphonic quality these guys are renowned for, Fleshgod Apocalypse have taken a 90s classic dance track and turned it up to eleven. Brutal drums, violent violins and a soul crushing vocal really spins the track on its head, all ending like a Hollywood blockbuster. This is a must hear.

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