While entering 2020 and leaving 2019 behind, a lot of bands and artists from all around the world shared ‘Merry Christmas’ post on their social media accounts. Some put a Christmas hat on their logos, some changed their profile photos, and some wore Christmas hats to band members in the photo taken earlier.

Let’s see who shared what about Christmas.

Lzzy Hale from American rock band Halestorm.
“Merry Xmas and Happy HALEidays,” she says.

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Merry Xmas and Happy HALEidays! Photo by @thejoestorm

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Nikki Sixx from American heavy metal band Motley Crue.
“As soon as the bass solo started it seemed to quickly end what’s left of Christmas,” he says.

Gary Holt from the American thrash metal band Exodus.
“Freyja REALLY loved her first time decorating a tree! What a great holiday this has been. Bad foot and all! Cheers everyone,” he says.

Vince Neil from the American heavy metal band Motley Crue.
“Merry Christmas Everyone,” he says.

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Merry Christmas Everyone!!!!

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Ukrainian heavy metal band Jinjer.
“Merry Christmas to everyone🎄🎄 Have fun and enjoy this magical time as much as you can,” they says.

The heavy metal musician and American filmmaker Rob Zombie.
“Happy Christmas evil! 💀🎄🦇🎅,” he says.

English rock band The Rolling Stones.
“Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas from the Rolling Stones,” they says.

American heavy metal band Motley Crue.
“Have a safe and Happy Holiday season from Motley Crue,” they says.

Joe Perry from American rock band Aerosmith.
“Merry Christmas,” he says.

English legend Ozzy Osbourne.
“Just caught this guy trying to break in. Happy Holidays,” he says.

American thrash metal band Anthrax.
“Happy and safe holidays from your pals,” they says.

Brazilian heavy metal band Sepultura.
“Friends and partners! We wish a great 2020 to all! A lot of love, respect, health and lots of Heavy Metal! Happy Holidays,” they says.

English rock band Black Sabbath.
“Happy Holidays,” they says.

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#HappyHolidays!

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German rock band Scorpions.
“Wishing all our Fans around the World a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a peaceful Rockin‘ & Rollin‘ New Year 2020,” they says.

Lars Ulrich from the American heavy metal band Metallica.
“Holiday hang with Pops,” he says.

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Holiday hang with Pops! #wanna #heavymetalgandalf

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British heavy metal band King Witch.
“The end of 2019 is fast approaching so we’d like to take the opportunity to say a huge thanks to everyone who has helped us out gig wise, all the amazing bands we’ve shared the stage with, everyone who has come out to see us, chatted with us, drank with us and put us up – we salute you!! Also huge thanks to Listenable Records for believing in us 🙂 We’re extremely excited to release our second album next year. We’ll be posting more about that soon so keep yer eyes peeled. All the best to you and yours.”

The American rock musician Nita Strauss.
“Merry Christmas everybody!! Anybody get any cool gear today? Anybody GIVE any cool gear? How was everyone’s holiday so far? Josh V was so excited for Christmas this year he was up and out of bed before 7 am and we finished exchanging gifts by 9,” she says.

American rock band Steel Panther.
“Happy Merry Metal Holidays to you all,” they says.

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Happy Merry Metal Holidays to you all!!!

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American heavy metal band Pantera.
“Merry Christmas! Have a Psycho Holiday,” they says.

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Merry Christmas! Have a Psycho Holiday! 🤘🏻🎄⚡️

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Jimmy Page from English rock band Led Zeppelin.
“Happy holidays. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a great time for the festive season. Thanks a lot for your support and checking in each day. Have a rocking day,” he says.

American heavy metal band Disturbed.
“Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, Disturbed Ones,” they says.