Unlocking The Truth’s Malcolm Brickhouse Shreds National Anthem at Brooklyn Nets Game
Unlocking The Truth guitarist Malcolm Brickhouse performed the National Anthem before the Brooklyn Nets vs. Orlando Magic NBA game on Sunday. The young guitarist shredded 'The Star-Spangled Banner' in front of a packed house at the Barclays Center in his hometown of Brooklyn.
13-year-old Malcolm Brickhouse channels Jimi Hendrix's famous Woodstock solo during his rousing rendition of the National Anthem even going down to one knee to dig deep towards the end of his performance. It is impressive to say the least.
The performance inspired the hometown Nets to defeat the Magic by a score of 104-96. Watch it below.
Unlocking The Truth made waves last year when their YouTube video went viral. Since then the clip has accumulated 1.8 million views and the lads have appeared on CNN and have rocked The Colbert Report.
The Brooklyn metal band has opened for Guns N' Roses and Queens of the Stone Age. They recently inked a huge two-album deal with Sony, worth $60,000 for the first album and up to $350,000 for the second. Congrats to the trio, who have come a long way since rocking the New York City streets.