Hear Psychostick's Christmas Parody of Rob Zombie's "Dragula" | Revolver

Hear Psychostick's Christmas Parody of Rob Zombie's "Dragula"

Meet "Zombie Claus"

Psychostick are masters of the metal parody — if you haven't heard their profoundly great spoof of Drowning Pool's "Bodies," you're seriously missing out. Today (December 19th), the heavy-music satirists turned their sights on Rob Zombie, reimagining his iconic solo smash "Dragula" into a Christmas song fittingly called "Zombie Claus."

"Watch the sugar plumbs/Dance inside your head/I may watch you sleep/As you lie in bed," Psychostick flip the lyrics in their takeoff, which arrived along with a video that's packed with playful nods to Zombie's original "Dragula" clip, complete with the spooky Zombie Claus cruising along in a souped-up sled.

"Psychostick here with a heavy Christmas parody of the 1998 Rob Zombie hit 'Dragula,'" the band commented in a joint statement. "Santa Claus looks almost as creepy as Goldberg in Santa's Slay — an unforgettable piece of holiday entertainment I recommend to everyone."