by Free Britney at

It's not just Friday, people. It's Death Metal Friday.

In an incredible cover of Rebecca Black's hit song recorded nearly a year ago but making the online rounds again today, Jarett Norton and Danny Dodge have left their own mark on the teen's iconic tribute to the last day of the work/school week.

The funny thing? This death metal version of "Friday" sounds like a choir of heavenly angels singing compared to Rebecca Black's actual voice. Enjoy!

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This is one of the best covers of Rebecca Black we've heard to date.

The youngster may not be pregnant, but she's given birth to a phenomenon - nay, a renewed sense of appreciation - every American can embrace.

Everybody is looking forward. To the weekend. Yeah. Partying. Yeah.

Words to live by if ever they existed. Listen to President Barack Obama get down on "Friday" with an assist from Vice President Joe Biden here:

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Rappers getting down to the timeless classic "Friday" on Friday the 13th? Do we really need to explain in further detail? No. We didn't think so.

Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (a.k.a. Odd Future), an indie rap crew, busted out the MOVES to the Rebecca Black hit at a recent show.

Watch it now and get ready for a weekend of partying. Yeah.

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by Free Britney at

It's Sunday, Sunday, Headin to church on Sunday, Everybody's lookin' forward to the Easter weekend, Worshipin', Worshipin', Yeah!

Just in time for Easter comes the most religious, and embarrassing, Rebecca Black parody yet. Trust us, you just won't want this service to end.

Church-going Sadie B sings and a pair of white dudes rap on "Sunday." This is one holy take on "Friday." As in holy crap, this is beyond bad:

Follow the jump for the full lyrics to this instant classic ...

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If we were going chronologically, Rebecca Black should be the next Jenna Rose, since this video came out months before Black became a household name.

Fate can be a cruel thing, though.

Rose's debut single, "My Jeans," was actually released in October, but will now be considered by many to be a Rebecca Black knockoff, and a bad one at that.

We mean awesomely bad. Watch:

Things in common with Rebecca Black's "Friday" ...

  1. Hilariously awful lyrics
  2. Comedic doses of auto-tune
  3. Unlawful driving by 'tweens
  4. Random African-American guest artist
  5. Setting new low for human civilization
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Lady Gaga says Rebecca Black is a genius. We're not sure about that, but she sure is ... something. The poster child for an entirely new genre of music, perhaps.

Black's hit song did not become a hit because it's good. HECK no. It only has tens of millions of views because it's just too perplexing/amazing not to share.

On the day before the now-celebrated weekly holiday that made Black famous, Conan O'Brien one-ups the Internet phenom with a terrific parody of "Friday."

It's called ... wait for it ... "Thursday." Watch after the jump:

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Racking up millions of YouTube views and mentions on celebrity gossip sites like this one, Rebecca Black's "Friday" has become an instant Internet sensation.

Little did we know it was just a Bob Dylan cover sung by a no-talent hack.

The legendary singer of "Blowin' in the Wind," "Like a Rolling Stone," "The Times They Are a-Changin'" and other American anthems has such an incredible resume, some of his works are lost in the shuffle, hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

Maybe now, "Friday" will be recognized among Dylan's greatest hits:

Follow the jump for Rebecca Black's unbearable version ...

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by Hilton Hater at

This has to be an SNL Digital Short, right? Although it hasn't happened yet, at some point, Andy Samberg will jump up from behind a bush in the following video, no?

That's the only explanation behind "Friday," a track released by random artist Rebecca Black. The single went viral over the weekend, soon after it was posted on Comedy Central's Tosh.0 blog. Since then?

It's racked up over five million YouTube hits, despite a lack of impressive vocals, an unknown singer behind autotuned lyrics, a video that makes no sense (why is Black waiting at a bus stop if her friends are picking her up?!?) and words that include how Friday is a great day and how "partying" is "fun, fun, fun."

It's a baffling Internet sensation, it's a product of a Los Angeles-based company called the Ark Music Factory and it's available here for your listening/bewildering pleasure:

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