Watch: This Band Of Little Kids Performed An Awesome Cover Of A Ghost Song

Beyond The Sons: Ghost - Square Hammer Cover By School Kid Band Beyond The Sons Aged 12 to 14: Lets Play Rock, YouTube / Tobias Forge: © / CC-BY-SA-3.0 (, Wikimedia Commons
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There is a rock band called Beyond The Sons that features little kids performing various rock and metal songs. They have covered the likes of Avenged Sevenfold, Shinedown, and more recently, Ghost.

The band is located in the UK and features kids around the ages of 12 to 14. The latest performance that the band just released is that of a Ghost cover; specifically, the band did a cover of Ghost’s “Square Hammer.” These kids are super talented, and did an awesome job playing the song!

You can check out Beyond The Sons’ cover of Ghost’s “Square Hammer” below! When it comes to other awesome metal covers performed by kids, have you seen the video that features an eight year old girl covering Korn’s “Freak on a Leash”? There is also the time that a 10-year took part in a performance covering Pantera’s “Domination.”

In some Ghost related news, frontman Tobias Forge talked about how the band’s haters are very good for business. Forge has also expressed how he feels streaming services like Spotify have pulled the music industry from out of the “dark ages.”

Earlier this year, we had the opportunity to interview Tobias Forge and had a great conversation with him. You can follow this link here to check out the full interview, but we have also included an excerpt below that involves Forge reflecting on the success of the band’s new album Impera:

“Of course, it’s nothing but joyful. I’ve just done my best to try and rejoice as much as I can. It sort of comes with the territory – being a creative person – the feeling that you want to be someplace else all the time; music and writing usually comes from longing. Basically, I have a hard time being here right now [referring to down time]. I always think about something else we gotta do or something else that happened. “How about that ’69 tour with the Rolling Stones?” And then I’m thinking about our next tour. Always some place else. But now I’m really trying to live in the moment; just to take a moment to just fucking embrace how great this is. Yeah, it feels like that. Feels really good. I’m very happy with that. It’s a great feeling.”