In Fear and Faith covers MJ
2012-06-27 by simonpettersen | 25 Comments

California based post-hardcore/metalcore act In Fear and Faith have released a video of their cover version of "Billie Jean", originally performed by Michael Jackson.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZycuWt_2lRI&feature=relmfu

Twitter

Band Page: In Fear and Faith

Comments:Add a Comment 
TylerOnFire
June 27th 2012

318 Comments


this sucks


ChuckyTruant
June 27th 2012

15706 Comments


wasn't bad really

Digging: Fallujah - The Flesh Prevails

Devastator
June 27th 2012

2452 Comments


Worse than BOO's cover of SOAD.

DropdeadWHA
June 27th 2012

569 Comments


They haven't really made it their 'own', but his voice is good.

bloc
June 27th 2012

34669 Comments


Oh my God this is so lame

Digging: Anberlin - Lowborn

FearThyEvil
June 27th 2012

12241 Comments


Gay

Shuyin
June 27th 2012

11163 Comments


yea, gay sums it all up.

Digging: Blut Aus Nord - Memoria Vetusta II: Dialogue with the Stars

manicmonkey
June 27th 2012

452 Comments


that sounded really forced

pmmets07
June 27th 2012

5846 Comments


what would compel a band to do this

ConcubinaryCode
June 27th 2012

2023 Comments


sucked ass

MisguidedYouth
June 27th 2012

144 Comments


Pierce the veil pulled off the MJ cover a lot better.


KSK1
June 27th 2012

4072 Comments


This is bad.

sixdegrees
June 27th 2012

16777 Comments


his singing is good, but the whole cover just doesn't work.

Digging: Ted Nugent - Shutup&jam!

GringoSuave89
June 27th 2012

1009 Comments


shiiiiiiiiiiittttt. Do not see the appeal of these guys, original songs or covers.

Digging: Opeth - Pale Communion

iamSeraph
June 27th 2012

857 Comments


I actually pretty much enjoyed it. awesome piano.

Digging: Everley - The Tyger and the Lamb

LG
June 27th 2012

3049 Comments


yea that was perty sweet, ya'll are fuckin dumb

tresm87
June 27th 2012

618 Comments


not much for michael jackson's overrated music but this sounds cool, hoping for this band to get back to what they
once were

Digging: PVRIS - Acoustic E.P.

Mulva
June 27th 2012

21 Comments


this song is "uncoverable"

Spec
June 27th 2012

27053 Comments


I had the displeasure of seeing Pierce The Veil live and they covered 'beat it' worst thing ever.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
June 27th 2012

49788 Comments


wow that must have been awful

Digging: Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) - You Will Eventually Be Forgotten

MuhNamesTyler
June 28th 2012

3695 Comments


I do not like this guys voice. idk

Quen
June 28th 2012

1633 Comments


this is honestly not bad at all

Curse.
Contributing Reviewer
June 28th 2012

7970 Comments


not much for michael jackson's overrated music but this sounds cool, hoping for this band to get back to what they
once were


lol okay

tresm87
June 28th 2012

618 Comments


lol okay yep

PleasantBusiness
June 28th 2012

19 Comments


Vocally was awesome but the rest was bleh.



You have to be logged in to post a comment. Login | Create a Profile





MOST VIEWED
Gorgasm stream new album
Crown the Empire unveil video
Rustie releases second single
Cairo Knife Fight drop new song
Mass Infection stream new album
New Iceage Video
New Alter Bridge video
Brandtson Discography on Sale
Muse Give 7th LP Details
MF DOOM and Nehru detail album

OTHER RECENT NEWS
Threshold post lyric video
New Eight Days From Sunday video
Saturn air new track
Combichrist/William Control Tour
New Secret Band song/video
Submotion Orchestra announces new..
Blues Pills album stream
Jenny Lewis streams new album
Essence Beyond stream debut EP
Red Fang offer free acoustic EP
New Upon A Burning Body Video
New Belphegor Video
New The American Scene single
New Mother Mother single
New Lo-Pan album details

» see all news

RELATED REVIEWS
In Fear and Faith
In Fear and Faith
In Fear and Faith
Symphonies
In Fear and Faith
Imperial
In Fear and Faith
Your World On Fire
In Fear and Faith
Voyage
FAQ // STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS // SITE FORUM // CONTACT US

Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Site Copyright 2005-2013 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Privacy Policy