WATCH: AC/DC’s “Hells Bells” performed on church bells

We all know AC/DC's "Hells Bells" is probably the greatest album intro of all time. (I don't know any song or album intro that gets more dramatic than that).

How do you get it to sound even more dramatic? PLAY IT ON CHURCH BELLS. Not even just regular church bells though...play it on the oldest and largest carillon in Europe.

According to CoS-

A video popped up online yesterday of musician David Drambyan performing the classic rock tune on Europe’s largest carillon, or a set of bells, usually set inside a church tower, that are played using pedals and a keyboard-like set of levers. This particular instrument is located in Halle, Germany, within the Roter Turm, or The Red Tower, a church built in 1506. The carillon was installed in the building in 1999 and features 76 bells. And while it is the largest in Europe, it is the third largest carillon in the world, beaten out by the instrument at Hyechon College in South Korea and one in the Tower of the Apostle Kirk in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.

 
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