Japanese Sister Duo Can Rock Out Harder Than Most Heavy Metal Adults


Meet Audrey and Kate, the Japanese sister duo vloggers known as audrey123talks who can probably rock out harder than most adults. 

Audrey and Kate, who live in Japan, are vloggers on YouTube that sometimes feature content like learning calligraphy, playing children’s games like hide and seek, and just pretty much other fun stuff kids enjoy.


But what made them famous to the eyes of music lovers, is their incredibly energetic covers of rock and metal songs.


The sisters, who play the electric guitar and bass, respectively, have covered many rock artists such as Metallica, Nirvana, System of a Down, Rage Against the Machine, My Chemical Romance, and even the legendary British rock group Queen.



According to Mashable, the duo learned to play the instruments through “Rocksmith,” a music video game from Ubisoft that helps people learn guitar.

A lot of their fans seem to love how authentic their enthusiasm is whenever they are in front of the camera.


They even did a cover of Slipknot’s “Psychosocial.”


While Audrey and Kate’s signature content are rock cover songs, they also sometimes do pop music like Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” and “We Are Never Getting Back Together.”


But of course, with their own high energy metal twist.


Here’s also their take on “September” from the hit group Earth, Wind, and Fire.


Audrey and Kate are also present on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Featured images via Youtube and Instagram /audrey123talks (left) and audrey123talks (right)

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