Psychostick Parody Rob Zombie's "Dragula" With Christmas Song "Zombie Claus"

Rather than digging through the ditches and burning through the witches, Psychostick have instead opted to spread the joys of the Christmas season.

The band continues their domination of all things hilarious in the heavy genre with their spot on parody cover of Rob Zombie’s "Dragula," with "Zombie Claus." Nailing down both the original video’s sound and imagery, the comedy metal quartet fills the vocals with clever nods to traditional Christmas literature and music.

"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," the band said in a statement.

Additionally, Psychostick will be playing live on Twitch on December 12th, followed by live performances in Chicago, IL and Milwaukee, WI on December 13th and 14th, respectively. Visit Psychostick's website for more details and ticketing info.

You can check out the pitch-perfect music video for "Zombie Claus," directed and edited by Patrick R. Murphy, below!