The Insyderz is a Christian ska-punk band from Detroit, Michigan. They formed in 1996 and disbanded in 2005, but reformed in 2009. They're one of the "big three" bands which represented the Christian ska scene, alongside the Supertones and Five Iron Frenzy.
The Insyderz began from Joe Yerke and Nate Sjogren who led worship together at their church. The band found their break at the 1996 Cornerstone Festival. The band's first album, Motor City Ska (1997), effectively established a presence in the Christian music marketplace.
Their subsequent release, Skalleluia, became their most successful album and ranked the highest in record sales for the band. The album consists of contemporary praise and worship songs in ska and ska-punk renditions. Guest performances include Gene Eugene, Terry Scott Taylor, and Steve Taylor. Beyond charting on Billboard's "Hot 200" and "Heatseekers" charts and spending six months on their "Top Contemporary Christian" chart, their rendition of Rich Mullins' song "Awesome God" won the band a Dove Award for "Hard Music Recorded Song of the Year" in 1999.