Japanese drummer makes rubber chicken cover of Attack on Titan Theme 【Interview】

No live chickens were harmed within the making of this masterpiece.

Attack on Titan is hugely popular with anime fans around the globe, a lot in order that the Web has turn into saturated with tributes, song covers, dances, and more. It takes quite a bit to face out, but we’ve found something that will take the cake.

Japanese drummer Vman made a drum cover of Linked Horizon’s Guren no Yumiya, otherwise referred to as the opening theme song of Season One in all the Attack on Titan anime. But as you’ll have already guessed by the title, he did it entirely with a drum set product of rubber chickens.

▼ Even the background vocals are covered by the chickens.

The nearly two-minute video encompasses a dramatic intro with a shoutout to a certain fried chicken establishment, then launches right into a symphony of squawking rubber chickens. Not only does it show his drumming skills, however it also shows the unexpectedly wide selection of sounds a rubber chicken can produce. How did he provide you with this concept? We have now exclusive comments from Vman himself!

–How did you provide you with the thought to play it with rubber chickens?
Vman: “In my previous band, we did lots of YouTuber-like stuff, and I assumed that putting the rubber chickens on my drum set can be funny. That’s how I got here up with it!”

–Why did you select to go together with the Attack on Titan theme?
Vman: “It’s a song I like, but greater than that, I do know Attack on Titan is actually popular with anime fans outside of Japan. A part of me selected it because I desired to play something for fans overseas!”

▼ It is going to definitely leave an impact on overseas viewers, fan or not.

–How long did it take you to make the video?
Vman: “The rubber chickens weren’t producing the sounds I wanted immediately, so it took about six hours total. It was rough…”

–Do you could have plans to make more rubber chicken drum set videos? What songs are you considering of playing?
Vman: “Definitely! I intend to make lots of them. I’m considering of playing more popular anime songs that individuals outside of Japan will know, just like the themes of Demon Slayer and Evangelion.”

▼ Imagine six hours of this from the chicken’s viewpoint.

There you could have it! If you must see more chicken videos each released and shortly to be released (spoiler: there are X Japan and Justin Bieber covers already uploaded), take a look at Vman’s YouTube channel linked below.

Source: YouTube/ぶいまん
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