Have you heard of Apologetix?

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The band that just keeps on parodying hit after hit! I have been a follower of this parody band for at least 15 years or so. They take mainstream songs and compose Biblical lyrics & release 2 songs per month. The name of the band stems from 1 Peter 3:15 & is a derivative of the word apologetics which means “defense of the Christian faith. The past few years they have been churning out 2 songs at once even with female vocals. Their massive discography covers songs from System of a Down to The Beatles to Eminem to Ozzy. Their website is well worth the visit http://www.apologetix.com/ also & touches on various Christian resources. Their most recent release consists of covers from Hole & Trisha Yearwood. No matter what genre you listen to, vocalist Joshua Jackson has mad skills to cross it. Here is “Celebrity (s)Kin!

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August 16, 2020 7:40 am

I used to to listen to these guys growing up! Glad to see they’re still making music.

August 15, 2020 10:01 am

ApologetiX is a band delivering boat loads of fun along with a strong message. Listen to this episode of The Antidote and the conversation with J Jackson. http://www.theantidoteradio.com/episodes/episode-416-apologetix

August 15, 2020 6:35 am

Oh man!!! I love these guys!!! I heard them at a Christian owned store about 5 to 6 years ago called “Bob’z World” on my way to South Padre Island when I lived in Texas. I heard if I remember correctly an AC/DC, Guns n Rose’s, and Black Sabbath parody. I asked the clerks who it was but they had no idea. Found out through google. I love how they take classic songs and make them scripture based. Thanks, Timo, for posting this!!! Christ bless you!!!

August 14, 2020 6:22 pm

Oh man I haven’t listened to these guys in maybe ten years! I’m not much for parodies but their catalogue is impressive

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