Camille and Kennerly | Nothing Else Matters

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Nothing Else Matters

by Camille and Kennerly

"Nothing Else Matters" (Metallica) Electric Harp Duet - arranged and performed by Camille and Kennerly (The Harp Twins) on their Electric Harps.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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Hauntingly unique electric harp duet rendition of the Metallica classic "Nothing Else Matters" by Camille and Kennerly (The Harp Twins).


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John Broadway

Nothing Else Matters
Harp Metal at it's very best. In short nothing else does really matter. The Harp Twins have taken on the mighty Metallica and spun their metal ballad into an even more dramatic thrash interlude melody than the metal gods were ever able to achieve. In the video still cover shot the girls endured the blistering heat to bring this 5.33 minutes of powerful soul gripping music to the masses. If ever there was a song needed to prove that the Harp Twins mean business and are tough and can think way outside the harp world box, then this is it! The only music that does really matter is that from the Harpside!

Steven Angulo

Spectacular rendition of a timeless classic
The Harp Twins have proven that this legendary rock ballad can be transformed into a beautiful harp duet that would surely make Metallica proud. Replete with very clever details, even guitar-like sounds at times, this song is captivating from beginning to end, acquiring perhaps an even higher level of magnificence as it eventually fades out. Absolutely brilliant!