Jonathan Young, RichaadEB, and Tre Watson bring their heavy style to the seventh opening theme song “Rumbling” to the hit anime ‘Attack on Titan’ with a cover. The anime has been in its final season for two years, especially after the final got extended.
These guys definitely bring it with this cover of “Rumbling.” It is not as good as the show, but I loved the homage that the cover pays to the original. Jonathan Young plays the drums and he rocks out the house with it. This is one of his better anime song covers and I enjoyed listening to it. This was definitely a song you can jam out to and rock out to.
Whether or not you think the show’s final season should have been extended, I think you will enjoy this cover of “Rumbling.”
Watch the music video below:
For those unfamiliar, Attack on Titan is an action anime that takes place sometime in the future where the humans living on Paradis Island are under constant attack from giant humanoids called Titans. Protagonist Eren discovers his father is somehow connected to the Titans and there is a conspiracy afoot. The show is based on a manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. The manga has won several awards including the Kodansha Manga Award, the Attilio Micheluzzi Award, and the Harvey Award.
The show’s first three seasons were made by Wit Studio with the final season being produced by MAPPA.
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