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Published on October 20th, 2018 | by Alan Cross


Someone has finally done a metal version of Tears for Fears’ “Shout”

“Shout” was one of massive singles from Tears for Fears’ 1985 album, Songs from the Big Chair. This can’t be the first-ever version of the song, can it? Whatever the case, props to Versus Me for this version.

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10 Responses to Someone has finally done a metal version of Tears for Fears’ “Shout”

  1. Greg Fox says:

    Disturbed did a great cover of Shout on their 2000 album The Sickness.

  2. Dann says:

    You’re very wrong, friend. The band Disturbed made a way better metal version years ago. Go check it on YouTube.

  3. Frank says:

    A. That’s not metal
    B. Disturbed already did this a long time ago.

  4. Keslie says:

    I kinda liked it.

  5. Robert Schmidtke says:

    At Vance did a version in 1999.

  6. Adrian Wade says:


  7. Doyle Nick says:

    DISTURBED did a cover of Shout on their album The Sickness in 2000.

  8. Rob Geiger says:

    Disturbed, At Vance, Atrocity, On Being Human, Tenkan (sorta metal) – all have made metal covers of Shout. I’m sure there are others, too.

  9. thef3k says:

    Keep in mind, DISTURBED has done so many covers through out their career, it’s gotten hard to remember all the ones they’ve done.

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