Listen to this Awesome Heavy Metal Cover of Toss a Coin to Your Witcher
Netflix’s gift that just keeps on giving has spawned yet another fan creation from the new hit show, The Witcher. In this case, it comes from the incredibly catchy "Toss A Coin To Your Witcher" song that premiered with the second episode of the series and has since taken on a life of its own after being let loose onto the internet.
A dedicated fan has created an alternate version of The Witcher‘s now infamous song, but with a new tweak that seems perfect for the show. Thanks to the infectious nature of the song, this likely won’t be anywhere near the last time someone decides to cover "Toss A Coin To Your Witcher" with their own, unique spin.
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A newly released video by Dan Vasc, a Brazilian rock and metal singer on YouTube, stars the vocalist as he sings through a metal version of the song. While neither the lines or the melody of "Toss A Coin To Your Witcher" are changed in the new metal version, the instruments used to play the song, as well as the style of singing, are changed to emulate a gruffer, metal vibe. With how the tune sounds as a metal track, it’s only a matter of time before the new version of the song is added to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, like the original was.
Dan Vasc’s previous selection isn’t limited to songs inspired by gaming and film, as he has also done covers of dozens of songs ranging from other rock and metal titles along with a number of other songs with his own personal flair. Naturally, there are still more TV and film inspired references within the singers YouTube channel, such as Lord of the Rings covers, but the range on the choices of music are in no way limited to a single style. Given the content creator’s experience with music and the themes of The Witcher, the choice to make a metal version of the show’s most famous song was clearly an easy one.
With how incredibly popular the song has been since the show released, even getting its own Beat Saber level, there is seemingly no end in sight for fan creations and interpretations based on the tune. Then again, there don’t seem to be any naysayers coming out of the woodwork against getting to hear even more of Jaskier’s legendary tune. At this point, the song seems to have more of an impact on Geralt’s fame in the real world than in the show.
The Witcher is available to stream now, exclusively on Netflix
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January 4, 2020 at 05:08AM