METALLICA's 'The Unforgiven' Covered By HARP TWINS (Video)

March 3, 2015

Identical twins Camille and Kennerly Kitthave released a new album, "Harp Attack 2", featuring 14 harp duet covers of rock and metal songs from the '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, and 2000s, plus a 15th bonus track featuring special guest musicians.

"Harp Attack 2" track listing:

01. Dance Of Death (IRON MAIDEN cover)
02. Hotel California (EAGLES)
03. Eye Of The Tiger (SURVIVOR)
04. The Unforgiven (METALLICA)
05. Every Breath You Take (THE POLICE)
06. House Of The Rising Sun (THE ANIMALS)
07. A Tout Le Monde (MEGADETH)
08. My Immortal (EVANESCENCE)
09. Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) (EURYTHMICS)
10. Rhiannon (FLEETWOOD MAC)
11. Crazy Train (OZZY OSBOURNE)
12. The Bard's Song (In The Forest) (BLIND GUARDIAN)
13. Carry On Wayward Son (KANSAS)
14. Don't Stop Believin' (JOURNEY)
15. Hotel California (featuring Sonido Urbano and Kevin Bartlett)

The official video for Camille and Kennerly's arrangement of METALLICA's "The Unforgiven" can be seen below.

Known as the "harp twins," Camille and Kennerly perform internationally as a dynamic acoustic and electric rock harp duo.

As the world's only known identical twin professional harpists, Camille and Kennerly have a passion and flair for arranging and performing contemporary music for harp duet.

Camille and Kennerly are known for their remarkable duet harp arrangements of songs by artists such as GUNS N' ROSES, LED ZEPPELIN, METALLICA, AEROSMITH, AC/DC, DEEP PURPLE and many more. The twins also arrange and perform a jukebox of Broadway, video game, TV and movie soundtrack hits. In addition to being prolific arrangers, Camille and Kennerly compose and perform their own original pieces for harp duet.

In December of 2013, Camille and Kennerly released their first covers albums, "Harp Attack", featuring 14 of their most popular rock and metal arrangements, and "Harp Fantasy", featuring 14 of their most popular TV and movie soundtrack, anime, and video game arrangements.

Camille and Kennerly began posting harp duet music videos of their rock, metal and contemporary cover arrangements on YouTube several years ago. The twins have since acquired over 14 million total views on their 100 percent independently produced videos in addition to amassing legions of fans worldwide — including over 100,000 YouTube subscribers and over 100,000 Facebook fans. Camille and Kennerly are known for their personal interaction with their fans — responding to more fan messages and comments than any other artist of their echelon.

"The Unforgiven":

"A Tout Le Monde":

"The Bard's Song":

"Crazy Train":

"Dance Of Death":

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