Dressed as twisted versions of McDonald’s characters, this heavy-metal parody band rewrites Black Sabbath songs to be about fast food
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Why they’re called Mac Sabbath: they perform faithful covers of Black Sabbath songs, but with lyrics rewritten to be about fast food
Which results in song titles like: “Frying Pan” (Iron Man), “Pair-a-buns” (“Paranoid”), and “Never Say Diet” (“Never Say Die”)
How the band takes their gimmick one step further: by dressing as twisted versions of McDonald’s characters, including a demonic clown named Ronald Osbourne on vocals and guitarist Slayer McCheese, who resembles Mayor McCheese with warthog tusks