Metalhead family Bryce and Nadia Waring and their eight-year-old daughter, Alexis, have covered OVERKILL classic, “Elimination,” rearranging 1989’s song lyrics about the AIDS crisis to the current Covid-19 pandemic.
Family said in a statement: “We’re proud to present our version of Elimination by the almighty band OVERKILL. Though the song was originally written about AIDS in 1989. We thought it would fit right in with the pandemic that’s taking over the world today and hopefully ease some of the fears and pains we’re all facing.”
Earlier this year, OVERKILL drummer Jason Bittner confirmed that the band has already started working on the follow-up to last year’s The Wings of War, which is expected to be out next year.
Bittner confirmed that OVERKILL have already received a five-song demo from bassist D.D. Verni, and they were supposed to have started working on their new album by now but that was not to be, due to the ongoing situation with the coronavirus pandemic.
The follow-up to The Wings of War will be the 20th studio album in OVERKILL‘s career, and second one in a row with Bittner on drums.