Again, we understand that with the passing of Hallowe’en: No more witches flying brooms, no devils eating flames; All I see when I look up is 12 reindeer with Santa’s sleigh. So rocks Twilight Creeps with “Poison in the Mistletoe.”
Demons may be minions to The Devil, but we allow for devils as upper management given how taken we are with all things underworld.
The Cupheads Show offers a pretty cool devil. Luke Millington-Drake showtunes prettily in “A Very Devil Christmas Song” from the special holiday episode. See, the goodness of the season motivates a do-badder to lower lows.
Spinal Tap might be well known for their gothic hair metal irony “Christmas with the Devil.” Yes, that’s Michael McKean, Harry Shearer, and Christopher Guest. Clap if you believe.
Cellus Hamilton (ft. Isaiah Jenkins) reminds us Devil hated Christmas, showed up, Devil’s like Grinch: Try to steal the Christmas on us in his dropped bars and busted rhymes “Up All Night.”
Sufjan Steven’s muddles up reality once again for the mightily metaphoric “Lonely Man of Winter.” Among other things, this enigma is riding in the devil’s abyss. Cool indie.
Allen Mask (feat. Dave Rosser, Lev Wilson & Carlina) has trouble with crazy womens. In “Maybe Then” he raps Is this just Merry Christmas For them demons in you? or will you listen to reason.
BLUE ALERT macexface raps about elf massacre and Santa horrors, inviting Boys and girls come out and see The demons that come out christmas eve. “I Don’t Wanna die on Christmas Eve” is a deal with the inner devil.
Mike Larson and Allison Iraheta sea shanty a yarn ’bout a little demon who gets all hepped up for a Christmas celebration in “Tinsel & Brimstone.” He LOVES Father Christmas, the wayward soul.
Ran out of month for the mythical figures, so we’ll sweep the Anti-Christmas stuff into its own month. Time for The Devil and Hell and all that infernal stuff what reigns the other 364. Does it touch unto us at the High Holy Day?
Krampus, y’know we just met him, is also known as The “Goat Demon” according to Hex’s frolicsome rap.
The easiest demon reference is the mixup during ‘the holidays’ of Hallowe’en and Xmas: So while the other kids dress as demons on Halloween; I hide behind my closet screen a display of red and green, R+Bs Chris Nicolosi in “Snowman’s Day.” That’s progress.