In 2007, the kings of comedy rock PSYCHOSTICK unleashed their fan loved holiday album “The Flesh Eating Rollerskate Holiday Joyride”. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, PSYCHSOTICK are spreading the holiday cheer with the full album stream, which includes comedy skits and of course their classic xmas sing-a-longs such as “Jingle Bell Metal”, “Holiday Hate”, “Jolly Old Sadist”, “Red Snow” and more.
Listen to “The Flesh Eating Rollerskate Holiday Joyride”
1. Doom to the World (0:35)
2. Holiday Hate (3:32)
3. Jolly Old Sadist (3:24)
4. hXc VS \m/ (0:24)
5. Jingle Bell Metal 02:50
6. Silent Night (0:24)
7. Red Snow (4:02)
8. Happy Fucking New Year (3:06)
And in case ya missed it… PSYCHOSTICK put out their latest holiday cover for American Thanksgiving, “Give Thanks or Die”, a parody of Slipknot’s “Get This”, which appears as a b-side from the band’s 1999 self-titled album.
“Give Thanks or Die”
The parody follows a long list of metal covers the band has mastered such as “N.O.E.L.” (System of a Down “B.Y.O.B.” Xmas Parody Song), “Oh Tannenbaum” (Rammstein style Xmas Parody Song), “Numbers – I Can Only Count To Four” (Drowning Pool “Bodies” Parody), Megaman (Heart “Magic Man” Parody) plus Kenny Loggins’ “Danger Zone” and the Reading Rainbow theme song.
PSYCHOSTICK currently wrapped up their “The Veloci-Turkey-Saurus Rex Tour” presented by Zildjian with Arsonists Get All The Girls, Kissing Candice and Raven Black. While the band was on the road to share new and familiar material, they posted a new video for their latest single “Adulting”, which will be one of many new tracks planned on their forthcoming album set for release in 2018 to follow their 2014 break out “Revenge of The Vengeance”.
Obey The Beard – https://www.youtube.
So Heavy – https://www.youtube.com/
Danger Zone – https://www.youtube.com/
Bruce Campbell – https://www.youtube.com/
N.O.E.L. (System of a Down B.Y.O.B. Christmas Parody Song) – https://www.youtube.
June 14-16, 2018 – With Full Force, Gräfenhainichen, Germany
July 6-8, 2018 – Amplified Open Air, Gloucestershire, UK
PSYCHOSTICK‘s “IV: Revenge of The Vengeance” is available on iTunes here, the band’s online store here and all major online retailers.
Harnessing their crazy sense of humor and love of all things metal, vocalist Rob “Rawrb” Kersey and guitarist Josh “The J” Key joined forces with drummer Alex “Shmalex” Dontre and bassist Matty J “Moose” to create Pyschostick, and a style of music they’ve coined as ‘humorcore’. With hilarious lyrics, heavy riffs, notorious stage antics and high-energy performances, the band has caused millions of laughs around the world and hundreds of mosh pits across the US of A, often simultaneously, since its birth in Phoenix, AZ in 2000.
Now residing in Chicago, IL, the almost 100 percent do-it-yourself laugh factory Psychostick have released four full-length albums–‘We Couldn’t Think of a Title’ (2006), ‘Sandwich’ (2009), ‘Space Vampires VS Zombie Dinosaurs in 3D’ (2011) and ‘IV: Revenge of the Vengeance’ (2014)—and two EPs—their holiday album, ‘The Flesh Eating Rollerskate Holiday Joyride’ (2007), and ‘The Digital Appetizer’. With their signature sound (Chimaira, Machine Head and Hatebreed sexing Tenacious D and Weird Al Yankovic) their most recent offering, the crowd-funded ‘IV: Revenge of the Vengeance’ includes the beard anthem ‘Obey the Beard’ and popular ‘Dogs Like Socks’, ‘Quack Kills’, ‘So. Heavy.’, ‘Blue Screen’, and a tribute to the 21st century’s most beloved action super hero, ‘Bruce Campbell’. Psychostick are crazy to share with fans many more comedy sing-a-longs on the road and more!
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“humorcore band Psychostick is like the Jerry Seinfeld of metal. On its fourth full-length release, IV: Revenge of The Vengeance, the band’s sound invokes similarities too oddball artists such as Mr. Bungle, GWAR, Primus, Green Jello, Scatterbrain and Austrian Death Machine, to name a few. On its 21 ridiculous tracks (including various short skits between songs), the band explores its brand of observational comedy mixed with brutal breakdowns. The band exceeds expectations by parodying popular culture, relationships and binge drinking.” – Bravewords
“Psychostick pulls the pin from a hand grenade and shoves it down the gullet of comedy. When it explodes, anyone within earshot finds themselves covered in the entrails of hilarity! These guys are off-the-chart insane. Imagine if the cast of “Jackass” formed a metal band with Andy Samberg, Sam Kinison, and Seth Rogen and then they threw a house party that made “Project X” look like amateur hour by comparison. Yeah, now you’re getting it!” – Axs
“I do like when bands like Pyschostick inject humour into songs and REVENGE OF THE VENGEANCE is pretty damn funny…The first single ‘Obey The Beard’ is magnificent and this is coming from a clean-shaven dude. It made me want to grow one. Comedy Metal fans can listen for a couple of inside Metal jokes (Captain Stupid!) and a cameo by ‘snaky’. The production is immaculate and as always these guys are as heavy as hell. Weird Al on crack. I wanted to use that phrase and I couldn’t even think how to work it into this review so I just dumped it here at the end. Humour is so subjective but I know what I like and I really like IV: REVENGE OF THE VENGEANCE.” – Metal Rules
“Ha ha. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Ha ha ha!
Okay, give me a moment. I’m still chuckling every time I think of Psychostick’s latest 21 track album Revenge of the Vengeance. Every moment on it is filled with hilarity, from marrying beards, being afraid of ducks and then saving a crowd of people from a dimensional time portal. And I thought I’d heard it all…Tenacious D were the kings of comedy metal, but Rize of the Fenix has made it look like they’ve reached their hay day, as much as I love them. The king’s crown has to go somewhere, and for an album like this, it looks like Psychostick are next in line for the throne.” – Rock Revolt Magazine
“PSYCHOSTICK really can be described as “When Marx Brothers meet Hardcore and Metal”. Their fourth album, “IV: Revenge of the Vengeance” is not only a very tasteful album of music, but as well is a medicine for a bad mood…the entire album is excellent, no doubt about that.” – Metal Temple
“In their fourth studio album, IV: Revenge of the Vengeance, Psychostick