Taylor Swift's 'Blank Space' Gets A Hardcore Rock Cover By I Prevail

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It's often referred to as "Punk Goes Pop" and that is exactly what I Prevail's cover of Taylor Swift's "Blank Space" happens to be.

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"I Prevail -- a group from Michigan that describes its music as post-hardcore -- released an aggressive, guitar-slathered cover of Swift's No. 1 hit "Blank Space," according to Billboard.com.

"One singer specializes in a throaty shout, while the other goes with a punky sneer. Aided by thunderous drumming and detonating guitars."

The members have come together to create a punk version of "Blank Space" the new radio hit by Swift that seems to be playing over and over again. The bad overhauls the song making it sound completely unrecognizable with respect to the chorus.

The heavier tone actually compliments the lyrics pretty well and their overall sound is quite fresh.

Of course, the end of the video brings one of the band members throwing his phone number to the pop singer and the band also plugs their debut single, "Love, Lust, and Liars."

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