I'm a fan of some of Staind's covers.
Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd originally Sober by Tool
Disturbed covers are usually good (and two were mentioned upthread, "Shout 2000" and "Land of Confusion" ) They also do a decent U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"
Sort of a cover live Temple of the Dog cover with Chris Cornell and Chester Bennigton signing
This is live and the crowd goes nuts when Chester starts singing.
Dunno if this counts but Fear Factory covering Cars with Gary Numan on the synth was kinda cool when I was youngerhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lERqGULWxs&playnext=1&list=PLBE99C9E3969F22FF
ETA: And this is hilarious if you're a fan of MUSE. They do this quite a bit on tv spots but I find it funny. Drunk Feeling Good my MUSE
. They're awesome when they get stuck doing performances on international TV shows though where the band members just don't give a sh*t and will start playing different instruments to pre-recorded crap on Talk shows like this Where the singer is on drums, the bassist on guitar and the drummer is on bass
. The talk show hosts don't even realize it and interview the wrong guy at the end lol. Trolling on national TV. The host doesn't even realize she's talking to to wrong person in the little post-song interview. It's (to me anyways) hilarious. She's talking to the drummer as if he were to lead guitar singer. after the song. Edited, Apr 14th 2013 6:37am by Upaut Edited, Apr 14th 2013 6:38am by Upaut