Video of the Day: The World of Warcraft Medley

Updated Sat, Jan 11, 2014 by Martuk

Ten Ton Hammer Video of the Day

Get ready for something amazing.


One of the great things about the gaming industry is that we can always find something that will amaze us be it from developers or the community of gamers themselves. This week is no exception thanks to a catch from our EQHammer mistress Shayalyn, who directed me what makes the list as today’s featured video. And that brings us to the epic vocal video of the day.

Today’s feature was created by YouTuber Peter Hollens with the help of Evynne Hollens. Peter specializes in making music with only his voice and mouth, something that makes this fantastic video well worth a watch. So sit back, relax, and enjoy this epic World of Warcraft medley.


If you enjoyed that video, be sure to check out both Peter Hollens’ and Evynne Hollens' YouTube channels for more.


If you've got a video you'd love to see featured as our Video of the Day, drop me a link at martuk[AT]tentonhammer.com. You can also tweet me @TTHTuk on Twitter.

This is definitely something amazing and I think that everyone should pass this along to others who might enjoy it. There is just something great about being able to put this stuff together.

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