Iowa is in disarray.
No, not because of the madness surrounding yesterday’s down-to-the-wire presidential caucus, but because of a suburban home demolished by kids showing love for some of Iowa’s favorite sons.
The O’Keefe Foundation — a School of Rock-esque children’s musical endeavor — commissioned a bunch of kids and some rowdy adults to cover Slipknot’s 2004 song “Duality” while laying waste to a suburban home. The house is located at the intersection of Pantera and Slayer, which we’ll just assume is in Iowa somewhere.
Check out the video below:
Get a load of those credits — an awful lot went into this video. The O’Keefe Foundation’s official site pledges to provide kids with a “safe opportunity to record musical performances for free,” which includes “top of the line instruments, professional recording equipment and a team of engineers.”
They’re down a science fair project, a family photo, and a Slipknot-hating mom’s trust, but we think the band would approve.