They're called the Warning, they're sisters from Mexico and they're coming for your eardrums.

This young power trio — 15-year-old singer and guitarist Dany, 13-year-old drummer Paulina and 10-year-old bassist Alejandra — has steadily built an audience by posting a series of covers to its YouTube channel, demonstrating their ability to tackle everything from Metallica's "Enter Sandman" (which you can watch above) to Katy Perry and Lady Gaga. Now they're getting ready to release their first EP, due April 14, and trying to raise money for tuition to a summer program at the Berklee College of Music.

To help them reach their goal, the band members have set up a GoFundMe campaign, explaining that for them, the opportunity to study at Berklee is about more than just improving their chops — it's about getting to do what they love with people who really respect and understand the craft.

"Over here, people don’t appreciate it as much — they don’t notice how much hard work we have to put it in to play it," says Paulina in the video posted with the campaign. "Going to Berklee will be being with people who know how hard you have to work [and sharing] our love with music with other people. That’s the main idea to go there — to learn more things from people who actually care a lot about it."

Check out the Warning's cover of AC/DC's "Back in Black" below. You can also check out the trailer for their EP.

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