Watch Swiss Children's Choir Sing JUDAS PRIEST's 'Leather Rebel' And DIO's 'Holy Diver'

Watch Swiss Children's Choir Sing JUDAS PRIEST's 'Leather Rebel' And DIO's 'Holy Diver'

Video of a children's choir in Villigen, Switzerland singing the JUDAS PRIEST song "Leather Rebel" and the DIO classic "Holy Diver" can be seen below. Joining the kids for the performance on acoustic guitar is their music teacher, former BURNING WITCHES vocalist Seraina Telli.

Telli left BURNING WITCHES last month and was replaced by Laura Guldemond, vocalist of the Dutch symphonic metal band SHADOWRISE.

Seraina said that she exited BURNING WITCHES "for personal reasons" and vowed to "fully dedicate" herself to her band DEAD VENUS.

"For the last four years, I have had an incredible journey but I feel now that is the time to explore the challenge my own project is offering me," she explained in a statement.

Formed in 2015, BURNING WITCHES has released two full-length studio albums, 2017's "Burning Witches" and 2018's "Hexenhammer".

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