Finnish Metal For Kids [Video]

Hevisaurus is a Finnish metal band… for kids. In the following clip, they perform the song “Jee Hevisaurus”, which translates to… hmm… sorry folks, Google translate doesn’t really help in this case!

[Via Neatorama]

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15 Responses to Finnish Metal For Kids [Video]

  1. More proof that America needs is losing the Metal Race, which I think we can all agree is far more imporatant than the Space Race ever was.

  2. More proof that America needs is losing the Metal Race, which I think we can all agree is far more imporatant than the Space Race ever was.

  3. You had to know it was coming…

    …this is TRUE dinosaur rock…

    (I hope I'm not the only one who's heard that before.)

    BTW, are those inflatable DOLE bananas?!!

  4. This is great! But one thing that confuses me… at the beginning, and at other times lik 1:03, they show footage of screaming girls holding Tokio Hotel logos. They've put footage of people attending a completely different band's concert in there :P (Tokio Hotel aren't even Finnish, they're German)

  5. This is great! But one thing that confuses me… at the beginning, and at other times lik 1:03, they show footage of screaming girls holding Tokio Hotel logos. They’ve put footage of people attending a completely different band’s concert in there :P (Tokio Hotel aren’t even Finnish, they’re German)

  6. "Hevi" is Finnish for "Heavy" as in the metal (if this wasn't obvious). "Jee" is just "Yeah". The lyrics here basically deal with urging young people to rock out. To Hevisaurus. Heh.

  7. “Hevi” is Finnish for “Heavy” as in the metal (if this wasn’t obvious). “Jee” is just “Yeah”. The lyrics here basically deal with urging young people to rock out. To Hevisaurus. Heh.

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