Wolfgang Van Halen is marking the anniversary of one of his father's most iconic musical contributions with his own version.
The son of the late Eddie Van Halen tweeted a video of him shredding Van Halen's famed instrumental "Eruption" on the same guitar his dad used to record the original.
While the video was filmed in 2015, Wolf's sharing it now in honor of it being the 45th anniversary of "Eruption's" first recording in 1977. The song was later released on Van Halen's 1978 self-titled debut album.
Wolf, who played bass in Van Halen starting in 2006, hasn't performed much of his dad's music since Eddie passed away in October 2020, instead focusing more on his Mammoth WVH solo project. However, he did jam the Van Halen songs "On Fire" and "Hot for Teacher" during last weekend's Taylor Hawkins tribute concert.