The Rob Zombie song “Dragula” does not scream “Christmas” vibes, but the metal band Psychostick was able to take the iconic song and turn it into one hell of a catchy Christmas metal banger!
For those who are not aware, Psychostick is a comedy metal band that formed in 2000; they refer to themselves as a “humorcore” band, and at the time of this writing, they have released five studio albums.
Given that it is the holiday season, the band decided to piggyback off the work of Rob Zombie and create a fun Christmas headbanger. Taking Zombie’s “Dragula,” Psychostick created a new song and music video titled “Zombie Claus.” (This video was shared by the folks over at Metal Hammer).
Per the description associated with this music video, Psychostick shares the following:
“Psychostick here with a heavy Christmas parody of the 1998 Rob Zombie hit Dragula. Santa Claus looks almost as creepy as Goldberg in Santa’s Slay – an unforgettable piece of holiday entertainment I recommend to everyone.”
This video is a fucking joy; it is heavy as heck, and the imagery/lyrics are playfully comical. You can check out the Rob Zombie “Dragula” parody, “Zombie Claus,” via the video player below.
When it comes to other Rob Zombie content, have you checked out our ranking of his albums? Back in November, we ranked all of the Rob Zombie albums from worst to best.
You can check out the full ranking of Rob Zombie album by following the link below, but here is what we had to say about Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor:
“Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor is a wild ride that offers a riveting industrial stadium rock atmosphere. The multiple bangers featured on this record will throw you for an epic loop, as Zombie lets loose on a plethora of spooky and thrilling songs. Not every song lands on this Rob Zombie album, which can throw the record’s pacing off, but it’s still one hell of a time.”