List of Metalocalypse episodes

This is a list of episodes for the Cartoon Network animated television series Metalocalypse, which is part of the Adult Swim programming block. The series is produced by Williams Street Studios and animated by Titmouse, Inc.

Metalocalypse made its Adult Swim Video debut on August 4, 2006, with its television debut two days later. The release date for the Season One DVD in the United States was October 2, 2007, one week after the release of The Dethalbum. The Metalocalypse Season One DVD was also released in DVD Region 4, on December 5, 2007.[1] Season Two began September 23, two days prior to the release of The Dethalbum (the deluxe edition of which features the first episode of Season Two). On December 2, 2008, Season Two was released on DVD. On November 9, 2010, Season Three was released on DVD and Blu-ray.

A total of 49 episodes of Metalocalypse have aired so far.

Contents

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally Aired DVD Release Date
1 20 2006 October 2, 2007
2 19[2][3] 20072008 December 2, 2008
3 10 2009 – 2010 November 9, 2010

Season 1: 2006

# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
1 1 "The Curse of Dethklok" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small August 6, 2006 (2006-08-06) 101

After their chef is severely mangled in a helicopter crash, the band has to figure out how to make their own food. They solve the problem by sewing the chef back together with very limited success (some parts don't quite fit or are backwards).

Guest voices: James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett of Metallica

Songs included: "Duncan Hills Coffee Jingle" and "Hatredy" 
2 2 "Dethwater" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small August 13, 2006 (2006-08-13) 102

The band records an album in the Mariana Trench in a nuclear submarine. The Tribunal blackmails the label-sent producer into spying on them. Dick Knubbler hears the band, and turns on the Tribunal to become the band's permanent producer. After nearly 5 months of recording, the album is finished. Dick ascends from the submarine in a submersible, he is attacked by a giant seahorse that was mutated by the submarine's radiation, forcing him to rush to the surface without depressurizing causing his eyes to burst out of their sockets.

Songs included: "Thunderhorse" and "Murmaider" 
3 3 "Birthdayface" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small August 20, 2006 (2006-08-20) 103

Murderface's birthday is approaching and the rest of the band can't figure out what to get him. So they throw him a party. They initially present him with the darkest, most brutal gift of all: nothing. After he storms out, the band gets him the car that John F. Kennedy was assassinated in, desecrated with various other brutal historic items (most notably, the theater chair that Abraham Lincoln was sitting in when he was assassinated, installed in place of the driver's seat) and enrolls him in a "Dethderby" to demolish other cars so he can literally "destroy United States history."

Guest voices: James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett of Metallica

Songs included: "Birthday Dethday" 
4 4 "Dethtroll" Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small August 27, 2006 (2006-08-27) 104

In Finland the band accidentally awaken the lake troll Mustakrakish. The giant troll goes on a rampage, killing thousands, destroying entire cities, and disabling all electronics in Finland. The band decides to put the troll back to sleep solely so they can once again use e-mail and their DSL-equipped Dethphones, albeit by playing antique acoustic instruments shown to them by an old Finn at a bar. Their soporific lullaby works until Murderface's newly reactivated Dethphone rings. The troll, newly enraged, destroys their instruments. Murderface promptly loses reception and throws his barbed and bladed Dethphone down the Mustakrakish's throat, whereupon the troll gruesomely eviscerates itself in a desperate and frantic attempt to to get the Dethphone out by pulling its own entrails out through its mouth, killing itself. The episode ends with the band feasting on its corpse.

Guest voices: James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett of Metallica

Songs included: "Awaken" 
5 5 "Dethkomedy" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small September 3, 2006 (2006-09-03) 105

Dethklok experiment with stand-up comedy. Pickles remains traumatized by a heckler while the rest of the band learns that comedy is all about embracing the hate. Pickles eventually embraces his hate -- for the audience -- and once again performs standup. He successfully entertains the audience by throwing sand and blood on the front row, and by firing a rifle wildly.

Guest voice: James Hetfield of Metallica

Songs included: "Hatredy" 
6 6 "Dethfam" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small September 10, 2006 (2006-09-10) 106
A journalist reunites the members of Dethklok with their families, driving the band insane as they must deal with their greedy, annoying, aggressive relatives. The band attempts to bribe and lie their families away. Finally, the parents and siblings decide to make a Dethklok family album, asserting that "there is nothing in this world more brutal and grotesque than raising children." 
7 7 "Performance Klok" Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small September 17, 2006 (2006-09-17) 107

The band seeks out a therapist to help them get along with each other. The therapist, who was previously in a band until he murdered them, encourages Dethklok to open up by rewarding them with shiny banana stickers. When he tries to nudge his way into Dethklok, they fire him, but not before buying a chest full of banana stickers, saying, "We have found out that you can just, you know, buy psychological validation" He tries to murder them with a pen, but falls through a window into a pit of wolves.

Guest voice: Jeff Loomis of Nevermore 
8 8 "Snakes n' Barrels" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small September 24, 2006 (2006-09-24) 108

Pickles reunites and tours with his previous band, Snakes N' Barrels, as the Tribunal plots to permanently erase Pickles' mind with a new drug they have created: Totally Awesome Sweet Alabama Liquid Snake. But due to the amount of alcohol and drugs Pickles has taken in his career, he is immune. Snakes N' Barrels makes "the most brutal album ever" which consists of half an hour of the demented screams of the bands hallucinating members.

Guest voices: Michael Amott of Arch Enemy, Steve Smyth and Warrel Dane of Nevermore 
9 9 "Mordland" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small October 1, 2006 (2006-10-01) 109

Mordhaus is opened for the annual "fan day." For this special occasion, Dethklok plays "Fansong" which describes their hate for their fans. The group is threatened with blackmail by the two brothers that operate Dethklok's biggest fan website. One brother is killed and the other imprisoned.

Songs included: "Fansong" 
10 10 "Fat Kid at the Detharmonic"
"Fatklok"
Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small October 8, 2006 (2006-10-08) 110

The band begins doing as much charity as possible to write-off as much of the money they've earned over the year as they can, including adopting a son. The band's parenting consists of tying him outside, feeding him nothing but sugar, and not providing him with a bathroom, among other things. They eventually "release him back into the wild" on an island with malbehaved cats after the boy eats Murderface's Civil War shoes. As the Dethchopper flies into the sunset, the cats descend on him in an orgy of bloodshed.

Songs included: "Dethharmonic" 
11 11 "Skwisklok" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small October 15, 2006 (2006-10-15) 111

Skwisgaar hosts the Skwisgaar Skwigelf Advanced Hand Finger Wizard Master Class Pay Per View Event guitar workshop and the rest of Dethklok sign endorsement deals. His hands are encased in solid crystal oxygenating hand-acquariums as a precaution prior to the show. In an attempt to remove them, he lubricates his hands with barbecue sauce before licking them. He then realizes that the sauce contains cilantro which he is allergic to. His hands and tongue swell up immediately before the live show. Needless to say, his explanations are unintelligible (more so than usual) and his fingers are completely unable to perform. However, due to his overwhelming popularity, he is determined to "reinvent the instrument" and fans mimic his moves by stroking the guitar with stiff fingers.

Guest voice: King Diamond
12 12 "Murdering Outside the Box" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small October 22, 2006 (2006-10-22) 112

Dethklok's annual "Employee Conference Conference and Raffle" coincide with the revelation that someone is embezzling from their company. General Crozier takes advantage of the conference and sends an assassin to infiltrate the ranks of Dethklok's hooded roadies. The assassin fights his way onto a stage during a lottery, but trips and falls onto Murderface's diamond encrusted codpiece just before he manages to shoot Dethklok. The embezzler turns out to be the band itself, but they blame it on the assassin, who gets a Viking funeral.

Guest voice: King Diamond

Songs included: "Briefcase Full of Guts" 
13 13 "Go Forth and Die" Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small October 29, 2006 (2006-10-29) 113

Nathan attempts to earn his GED after a nightmare where the rest of the band is killed by random things at the show, and Murderface is invited to appear on a celebrity spelling bee game-show. Nathan studies math and reading while Murderface attempts to convince the rest of the band that he's a great speller, despite his inability to spell. Nathan gets nervous before his test and so gets wasted on alcohol. He scores a perfect 0, answering no questions on the test. Murderface not surprisingly misspells the first word given to him as he started spelling before it was even read. He remains on stage spelling profanities.

Guest voices: George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher of Cannibal Corpse, and King Diamond

Songs included: "Go Forth and Die" 
14 14 "Bluesklok" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small November 5, 2006 (2006-11-05) 114

After falling into a deep depression, Dethklok travels to Mississippi to learn about the blues. They negotiate with the devil for "blues fame" (distinct from their metal fame), showing great skill in reading music business legal contracts, in contrast to their overall general incompetence. They test their blues skills on an assembly of hippies. Their song summons a tornado, killing many.

Guest voices: George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher of Cannibal Corpse, and King Diamond

Songs included: "Murdertrain A Comin'" 
15 15 "Religionklok" Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small November 19, 2006 (2006-11-19) 115
Murderface searches for a religion after a near-death experience. He begins experimenting by sitting with his legs crossed, surrounded by candles, chanting, "Religion...religion..." Meanwhile, Dethklok's involvement in religion greatly disturbs the Tribunal due to the potentially catastrophic effects it could have. General Crozier recommends immediate action to demobilize Dethklok, but is silenced by Mr. Selatcia. Afterwards, Crozier and Cardinal Ravenwood meet to discuss Selatcia. They form a secret alliance for the upcoming "operation." Murderface then tries several different religions. He visits a Christian rock concert. He attends a mass at the Church of the Atheists before it is interrupted by Agnostic picketers. He also tries a Satanic mass where the preacher attempts to summon the four demons of the apocalypse. Murderface concludes that "all religions are a bunch of boring crap", and returns to a life of careless hedonism. After Dethklok leaves the Satanic mass, demonic hands smash through the ground of the Satanic church, and Cardinal Ravenwood is seen praying desperately before a cross. 
16 16 "Dethkids" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small November 12, 2006 (2006-11-12) 116

Toki tries to compensate for his adorable charm by becoming overly brutal. A young dying girl wins the opportunity to meet him as a last wish, but he refuses to see her. The band's lawyer encourages him to watch a DVD the girl made where she sings of he desire to meet Toki. He finally decides to meet her, but when he reaches her, she has already died. The credits roll as Toki screams in horror.

Guest voice: George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher 
17 17 "Dethclown" Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small November 26, 2006 (2006-11-26) 117
Toki befriends Dr. Rockso, the Rock 'n' Roll Clown (he does cocaine), to the dismay of the rest of the band, unaware that the Tribunal has commissioned him to gather information. The clown manages to capture some important documents, though these may have been placed by the band's lawyer, Ofdensen. Rather than chase him as he escapes, Ofdensen orders the Klokateers to follow him so they can see where he goes. Rockso returns the documents to General Crozier and Cardinal Ravenwood. 
18 18 "Girlfriendklok" Brendon Small Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small December 3, 2006 (2006-12-03) 118

Dethklok is asked to host the United States Pornography Awards, but Nathan's new controlling girlfriend puts a damper on the situation for the entire band: if he can't go, they can't go. The band abducts, ties up, and tortures Nathan in an attempt to convince him to dump his girlfriend. He concedes, but before he has the opportunity, she falls down several flights of stairs and is knocked into a coma. As she lay comatose, Nathan asks her, "please give me a sign if you don't want me to go to the pornography awards." Not surprisingly, she gives no sign, and Dethklok attends.

Songs included: "Castratikron" 
19 19 "Dethstars" Tommy Blacha Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small December 10, 2006 (2006-12-10) 119

Dethklok enters the movie industry by starring in a metal film, "Blood Ocean." Unfortunately, the band can't act, and the film is an abomination. After walking out of their own premiere, Dethklok tries to get the producer to shut down the movie. He replies that because he wants a return on his investment, that he will push forward with the "500 million dollar shit sandwich, and you are all going to take a bite." As Dethklok leaves in their helicopter, it accidentally damages the oil platform the premiere was on, starting a fire which incinerates the audience, producer, and all copies of the film. Since the producer had previously written all the reviews for the film before it was even finished, Business News Weekly's front page reads, "World's Greatest Movie Destroyed!"

Guest voice: Andy Richter

Songs included: "Blood Ocean" 
20 20 "The Metalocalypse Has Begun"
"It Has Begun"
Jon Schnepp, Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small December 17, 2006 (2006-12-17) 120

As Dethklok prepares to play their new album for the very first time live, General Crozier and Cardinal Ravenwood break rank with the rest of the Tribunal and lead a full-scale assault on the band. They hire an assassin, whose brother was killed by Dethklok in episode "Murdering Outside the Box." The assassin corners Toki and Skwisgaar, but is confronted by Ofdensen stating, "That's my bread and butter you're fucking with." The two duel and Ofdensen wins, knocking the assassin into the sea, but not killing him. General Crozier and the Cardinal corner the other band members, and after a bloody battle with the Klockateers, prepare to kill them. However, Mr. Selatcia appears and uses magic to destroy the Cardinal's eyes and force his intestines out of his mouth. He then turns to Crozier saying, "You I need alive" and makes him fall asleep. The band approaches the dying Cardinal who utters the final words, "The Metalocalypse has begun..."

Guest voice: George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher

Songs included: "Go Into the Water" 

Season 2: 2007-2008

# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
1 21 "Dethecution" Jon Schnepp, Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small September 23, 2007 (2007-09-23) 201

Following the attempt on their lives in the season one finale, Dethklok has withdrawn from the public eye. The band manager convinces them to hold a concert by promising them the opportunity to decide how a number of deathrow inmates will be executed. Dethklok performs at the prison on board a giant four-legged mech. The inmates are strapped to rockets and detonated in midair as part of the performance. During the show, Skwisgaar accidentally sprays mace in the eyes of one of the mech's drivers, and it smashes into the nearby prison releasing hundreds of prisoners, including the famous cannibalistic baby-murderer Alfred Belmer. Pickles calls the incident a "happy accident." As the credits roll, Belmer is shown preparing to eat at a dinner table with a baby on a plate before him. The show ends just before he drives his cutlery into the baby.

Guest voice: Silenoz of Dimmu Borgir, and Mike Keneally

Songs included: "Laser Cannon Deth Sentence" 
2 22 "Dethlessons" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small September 30, 2007 (2007-09-30) 202

Toki, fed up of being in Skwisgaar's shadow, takes guitar lessons from a crusty old guitar master. Meanwhile, Nathan and Pickles take lessons from Murderface on how to be a dick. Toki's mentor dies of natural causes. Toki then attempts to publicly demonstrate what he learned: the names of the guitar strings, but he didn't manage even that. Toki's mentor is buried under a giant guitar-shaped tombstone.

Songs included: "I Tamper With the Evidence at the Murder Site of Odin" 
3 23 "Dethvengeance" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small October 7, 2007 (2007-10-07) 203

The assassin from the episode "The Metalocalypse Has Begun", is seen torturing a Klokateer, trying to find out how to get into Mordhaus. The Klokateer swallows a cyanide pill, ending the interrogation. It is then revealed that a UN resolution allows Dethklok to act as a police force. As a result, Klokateers begin kidnapping and torturing people who illegally download Dethklok songs from the internet. At the same time, Dethklok starts experiments with recording on water—the purest of analog formats. Every "record" is produced as a canister of water, requiring huge amounts of power and pollution. Meanwhile, one particular fan is kidnapped by roadies and tortured at Mordhaus for pirating the group's songs, only to meet Edgar Jomfru from episode "Mordland". Edgar places a mask made of the remains of his brother's face on the fan. He and the fan escape before being found by the assassin, who carries them to safety.

Guest voice: George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher of Cannibal Corpse, Malcolm McDowell and Mike Keneally.

Songs included: "Burn the Earth" 
4 24 "Dethdoubles" Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small November 4, 2007 (2007-11-04) 204

After another public bloodbath, Offdensen hires Dethklok decoys to make public appearances. The band, however, become attached to their doubles, not knowing that they are in reality, spies for the Tribunal. The band performs in a volcano being used as a giant cup of coffee, but accidentally reawakens it. The band's doubles, who use the concert as an opportunity to capture intelligence on Dethklok are caught in the resulting eruption, and scalded beyond recognition. Dethklok fires their doubles, literally, with guns.

Guest voice: ICS Vortex of Dimmu Borgir, Arcturus, and Code

Songs included: "Volcano" 
5 25 "Dethfashion" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small November 11, 2007 (2007-11-11) 205

Dethklok begin to design clothes, with help from an infamous fashion designer who was convicted of starving his models to death. However, when the group's prototype clothing doesn't fit they are forced to diet. The designer starts using "special leather", which Dethklok later finds out is actually the skin of starved and murdered models. Dethklok fires their new designer.

Guest voices: by Samoth, Ihsahn, and Trym Torson of Emperor.

Songs included: "Symmetry" 
6 26 "Cleanso" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small November 18, 2007 (2007-11-18) 206

The origin of Dr. Rockzo is told, as he returns and asks Toki to help him kick his drug habits. Meanwhile, Murderface attempts to write a song.

Guest voice: by Devin Townsend
7 27 "Dethwedding" Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small April 1, 2008 (2008-04-01) 208

As the Revengencers announce their existence to the public, Pickles is contacted by his evil brother Seth, about his upcoming wedding. As Dethklok is asked to perform at the wedding, the band takes enjoyment at watching Pickles suffers at the hands of his greedy brother. (Note: The episode originally aired as part of Adult Swim's 2008 April Fools' joke schedule prior to its official debut airing)

Guest voices: by Devin Townsend, ICS Vortex (Dimmu Borgir, Arcturus, Borknagar, Code) and Silenoz (Dimmu Borgir). 
8 28 "P.R. Pickles" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small, Bill Braudis May 25, 2008 (2008-05-25) 207

Pickles gets a new PR lady (head of the "Exodus PR firm") who inflates his fame as part of a conspiracy to lure new members into her cult, who she plans to kill after robbing them blind. She succeeds in murdering the cult but is killed by a meteorite that ricocheted off an orbital Dethklok advertisement.

Guest voice: by Devin Townsend.

Songs included: "Comet Song" 
9 29 "Dethcarraldo" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small June 1, 2008 (2008-06-01) 209

A documentary about Amazon tribal drug use leads Dethklok to take a trip to the Amazon rain forest to obtain the hallucinogenic drug Yopo. Meanwhile General Crozier is sent in to follow them by The Tribunal, where he is exposed to hallucinogenic drugs that causes him to have ghastly visions of Dethklok. The episode contains references to the Werner Herzog film Fitzcarraldo, most notably the moving of a large boat over a mountain.

Guest voices: by ICS Vortex, Arcturus, Borknagar, Code, and Silenoz of Dimmu Borgir.

Songs included: "Bloodlines" and "Duncan Hills Coffee Jingle" 
10 30 "Dethgov" Tommy Blacha, Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small June 8, 2008 (2008-06-08) 210

The governor of Florida promises to veto a bill to give Nathan Explosion a state holiday. Enraged fans abduct and murder him brutally, opening the position of governor in Florida. Nathan is elected in an emergency election and sends Florida into a downward spiral culminating in a hurricane which devastates the state. He ends his governorship asserting, "I leave Florida better than I found it."

Guest voice: Richard Christy 
11 31 "Dethrace[4]" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small June 15, 2008 (2008-06-15) 211

Murderface plays the national anthem at Nascar by playing his bass guitar with his penis. This event however is overshadowed by Skwisgaar and Toki's drunken high speed chase. The chase ends when they ram their car into a police blockade. They are arrested, but their judge says they will not be found guilty if they get their licences and do some charity work. Offdensen proposes that Murderface produce the charity event as Skwisgaar and Toki take lessons. Murderface plans to create a "Nascar-type Theatrical Hybrid Event", though he never elaborates on exactly what this will entail. He eventually has to speak at a press conference to explain. He gets nervous and Pickles gives him a "special pill" that "slows down your heart" but has Speed, Angel dust, a hint of coke, and a splash of acid to counteract the low. Murderface not surprisingly has an enormously powerful reaction to the pill as he does not possess Pickles' near immunity to drugs. He twitches and drools through his press conference. Meanwhile, Skwisgaar and Toki fail their driving lessons after refusing to drive out of fear. At the Nascar event, Murderface, who is still delusional, rubs his butt on the racetrack as the cars race by, causing an accident. As usual, the concert ends in a bloodbath, with the entire stadium going up in flames. The style of the race and drivers vaguely resembles the videogame Rock n' Roll Racing by Blizzard Entertainment.

Guest voice: Marty Friedman 
12 32 "The Revengencers" aka "Sicklok" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small June 22, 2008 (2008-06-22) 212

The episode opens in a Duncan Hills coffee house as Dethklok fans trade stories of mutilation and brutality. Then the nameless fan from episode "Dethvengeance" plants a bomb under a chair in the store, and runs out before the store is destroyed. The tribunal then reviews the incident, revealing that it is being repeated around the country. The culprits are the Revengencers; the Metal Masked Assassin, Edgar Jomfru, and the teenager. Dethklok reluctantly plans a charity concert for the fans maimed in the attacks, despite each member of the band simultaneously suffering from a summer cold. Before they attend the concert, they visit a doctor about their colds. He recommends they use a sauna. There, they experiment with folk remedies such as leeches and blood letting, nearly killing them. Finally, as they perform at the charity concert, Edgar attempts to assassinate them with a rifle. He is discovered by the Dethklok fans who attack him. In the chaos, the Metal Masked Assassin ambushes Offdensen after disguising as a Klokateer. Offdensen is thrown through a window on the (at least) the third floor of the hospital, but lands on his feet without injury. The masked assassin then rescues Edgar and the Teenager from being shot down by the Klokateers and escapes.

Guest voice: George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher of Cannibal Corpse

Songs included: "Dethsupport" and "Duncan Hills Coffee Jingle" 
13 33 "Klokblocked" Mark Brooks Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small June 29, 2008 (2008-06-29) 213

Nathan breaks up with his comatose girlfriend, Rebecca Nightrod (the girlfriend in the episode Girlfriendklok), after he finds out she is "canoodling" with billionaire hotel heir Walt Perkins. He then begins dating again, but the band interferes in various ways, such as refusing to give him and his date privacy or maintaining relationships with previous dates. Meanwhile, a group named Succuboso Explosion, led by Lavona Succuboso, forms with the intention of capturing Nathan and breeding him with its members. Lavona attempts to use "The Loin Extractor" on Nathan at the next Dethklok concert. Murderface sees the incoming device and leaps in front of it. The Extractor hits Murderface's bass guitar, short circuits, and sends Lavona flying away.

Guest voice: Angela Gossow of Arch Enemy 
14 34 "Dethsources" Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small July 6, 2008 (2008-07-06) 214

The band wants to know more about the band's finances and hire a second business manager, who immediately sets his sights on taking Ofdensen's job as sole business manager of the band, leading to a fencing duel to the death between the two men. Ofdensen forces the other manager off the top of a building onto a railroad, where he is run over by a train.

Guest voice: Brian Posehn and Gene Hoglan

Songs included: "The Gears" 
15 35 "Dethdad" Mark Brooks Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small July 13, 2008 (2008-07-13) 215

While attempting to fulfill his father's last wishes, Toki accidentally drops his father through some ice and watches him sink into the darkness. The episode ends with his horrified screams.

Guest voice: Silenoz and ICS Vortex from Dimmu Borgir 
16/17 36/37 "Snakes n' Barrels II" (Part 1 and 2)[5] Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small August 24, 2008 (2008-08-24) 216/217

While watching an episode of "Where are they now now? [sic]" Pickles discovers that his former band, Snakes 'n Barrels, has reformed with a new lead singer, Rikki Kixx, and are preparing for the SOBERTOWN USA No Drugs Allowed Sober Rock and Roll Show. Kixx owns a Rehab center for celebrities, including Leonard Rockstein (formerly Dr. Rockso), who is hosting show. Murderface plans to register the name of his band, Planet Piss, so he doesn't end up like Pickles. The tribunal then reveals that Kixx' takeover of Snakes 'n' Barrels is a result of the intentional malleability of the band resulting from the consumption of the mind-control agent "Totally Awesome Sweet Alabama Liquid Snake." The drug also has another side effect; it causes blue phosphorus snakes to shoot from every orifice of the user's body, causing them to go mad with rage, when they are exposed to bright lights, loud sounds, and pyrotechnics. Later, Toki registers every internet domain for "planetpiss." It is then revealed that Rikki Kixx is not really passionate about sobriety, it was forced on him legally, and his only motivation for promoting it is to deny the world the pleasures he can no longer enjoy. He details this to a servant before brutally murdering him. Dethklok travels to LA to attend the concert so that Pickles can confront his former band. At the concert, Toki is harassed by an annoying Snakes 'n' Barrels fan while Murderface discovers that Toki has taken all the Planet Piss domains. Pickles bribes his way to Snakes 'n' Barrels but is unable to convince them not to perform with Kixx. Rockso is tempted by drugs and has to face his inner clown. As the concert ignites the phosphorus snakes in the band, Toki starts beating the annoying fan and Rockso epicly relapses. Murderface confronts Toki about the domain names, but after witnessing the savage beating the fan just got, decides to let it go. The phosphoros snakes cause disturbing spectres at the concert. Rockstein after finding a stash of drugs confiscated from fans is again tempted by his clown persona to use the drugs and gives in, the result being "Dr. Rockso" is back.The audience after hearing Rockso shout "I DO COCAINE!" drinks furiously in response, defeating the purpose of the SOBERTOWN USA No Drugs Allowed Sober Rock and Roll Show. (Note: This is the first half-hour episode of the series.)

Guest voice: Mike Patton, Warrel Dane, Michael Amott, Steve Smyth 
18 38 "Dethrecord" Mark Brooks, Jon Schnepp Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small August 31, 2008 (2008-08-31) 218
A group of terrorists steal a 10 megaton nuclear bomb and threaten to detonate it unless there was word of a new album soon. Dethklok, under great pressure, rushes to complete the album. They run into difficulties, such as buzzing whenever Skwisgaar touches his guitar while on the ground. On Dick Knubbler's suggestion, Skwisgaar records his album while free-falling from a helicopter before parachuting to the ground. Toki, who is studying music production so that he can record a song with Murderface, accidentally deletes Skwisgaar's recording, forcing him to do it all again. Nathan attempts to enhance the metalness of his vocals by wearing a medieval suit of armor. Toki and Murderface record a song "Takin' it easy" and attempt to pitch it to the band. Fortunately it is decidedly unmetal, and soundly rejected. The band then continues working on the Dethklok album, and fueled by French toast, they complete it in time to save the world from catastrophe. It is announced to the world through smoke emitting from Mordhaus' chimney, a reference to the Papal election process
19 39 "Dethrelease" Jon Schnepp, Chris Prynoski Tommy Blacha, Brendon Small September 7, 2008 (2008-09-07) 219

Toki and Skwisgaar are looking at a video, that Nathan recommended, of a man sucking his own penis. They conclude that everything they do is really an attempt to get someone else to do that for them, and if they could do it themselves, they would retire from music. Murderface interrupts this discussion with a fire drill, as he was recently promoted to Fire Chief of the band in a clean sweep (unopposed) election. We then see Mr. Selatcia and Vater Orlaag discussing General Crozier's recent promotion to chief of all US military operations. Orlaag refers to Selatcia as "master" before asking what they will do about Crozier, to which Selatcia responds, "I will enlighten him." Then, a meeting of world leaders gets briefed on Dethklok. Dethklok is now the world's 7th largest economy and the underdeveloped countries are dependent on the band to release their new album to stimulate those nations' economy again. This is threatened by a terrorist group called The Revengencers who General Crozier promises on his life to stop. While the Klokateers prepare for the release of the new album, the members of Dethklok attempt to suck their own penises. Meanwhile, the Revengencers form an alliance with Lavona Succuboso. Offdensen tests the defenses of Mordhaus, including a new energy shield around Mordhaus. He also readies an elite squad of Klockateers for battle. Then, immediately before the release, Offdensen finds each member of Dethklok in his room, laying on his shoulders attempting to force his own penis into his mouth. After the concert, the band holds a party at Mordhaus, which is ended by the Revengencers' attack. They use an energy weapon against the Mordhaus shields and then against Mordhaus itself. Offedensen launches his squad of Klokateers while Murderface uses his extensive experience as Fire Chief to lead people inside Mordhaus to safety. Pickles and Skwisgaar rush to save the master copy of the record they just recorded and Nathan starts dragging a thoroughly drunk Toki out to safety. The Revengencers send their brainwashed minions into Mordhaus. The minions start indiscriminately killing Dethklok fans and attack Pickles and Skwisgaar. General Crozier watches the chaos from a helicopter. Lavona attacks Nathan while Offdensen rushes to take out the energy weapon. Skwisgaar and Pickles successfully fend off the minions using their instruments as weapons. Nathan kisses Lavona before she knees him in the crotch. Just before she can use the Loin Extractor on him, Toki smashes one of his vodka bottles on her head, leaving her unconscious. Offedensen's charge on the energy weapon takes heavy casualties but successfully destroys the weapon. He then attempts to escape on a hover-cycle with the Metal Masked Assassin in hot pursuit. The nameless teenager shoots Offdensen with a crossbow. He lands on the ground, incapacited. Crozier then knocks out the teenager with the butt of a shotgun, before being confronted by Orlaag and Selatcia. Selatcia then says, "I'm going to show you something because you need to know" before placing his hand on Crozier's forehead. We then see through Crozier's eyes flashes of five planets and stone tablets representing the five members of Dethklok, as well as a figure reminiscent of Selatcia wearing elaborate bone armor, while a voice ominously says, "You are mine now." Selatcia and Orlaag disappear, leaving Crozier whose eyes are now glowing red. Edgar Jomfru corners Skwisgaar and Pickles with a shotgun, prompting Pickles to admit that he managed to suck his own penis and because of this he is prepared to die. Edgar remembers his life before his brother's death, when he lived for Dethklok and is unable to pull the trigger before being set upon and mercilessly beaten by Klokateers. Meanwhile, Offdensen is being furiously beaten by the assassin, who does not kill him immediately, explaining, "I want you to stay alive as I torture you, I want you to feel the pain." Nathan incapacitates him with a flaming log, saying, "That's my bread and butter you're fucking with." The band has survived, but Offdensen's injuries may be too severe for him to survive, and Mordhaus is burnt to the ground.

Guest voice: George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher and Angela Gossow

Songs included: "Black Fire Upon Us" 

Season 3: 2009-2010

# Title Directed by Written by Original Airdate Production Code
40 "Renovationklok" Jon Schnepp Brendon Small November 8, 2009 (2009-11-08) 301

Dethklok faces life without Offdensen, who has passed away as a result of his injuries at the hands of the Metal Masked Assassin. Mordhaus is now a floating fortress and is undergoing heavy renovations to repair the damage from the Revengencers attack, but due to the band's inability to manage their finances they find themselves in a financial crisis. The band plans the most expensive concert in history to herald their return, but run afoul of their record label's president's son, who wishes to get revenge for an incident at the beginning of Dethklok's career, in which Nathan Explosion punched him over a verbal insult. The concert begins as planned, but the CEO's son literally pulls the plug on Dethklok and refuses to let them continue until they renegotiate their contract on terms much more favorable to the label. Just as Nathan prepares to sign the new contract, Charles Offdensen appears, apparently back from the dead, and tells Dethklok that they should continue with the show and that he will take care of the contract. After the band finishes their concert, Offdensen explains that he had himself pronounced dead at the scene (at the end of Season 2), and that there was something he had to do, and that he will tell Dethklok about it when the time is right.

Guest voices: Scott Ian, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai

Songs included: "Hatredcopter" 
41 "Tributeklok" Jon Schnepp, Mark Brooks Brendon Small, Mark Rivers November 15, 2009 (2009-11-15) 302

Facing public scrutiny following brash statements made by Murderface at a press conference, Dethklok decides to lift their worldwide ban on Dethklok tribute bands. While exercising their right to approve or disapprove of any tribute act the band discovers that Toki has been posing as Skwisgaar in a tribute band called Thunderhorse. Trying to distance themselves from celebrity status and re-connect with normal people, Dethklok decides to join Thunderhorse, in the process kicking out all the original members. They learn the enormous amount of suffering garage bands go through, from starvation to sleep deprivation. They finally crack when Ofdensen asks them to return to mordhaus.

Guest voices: Slash, Scott Ian, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai

Songs included: "Face Fisted", and "Thunderhorse" 
42 "Dethhealth" Jon Schnepp Brendon Small, Kristofor Brown November 22, 2009 (2009-11-22) 303

After a near-death experience, Dethklok must face the brutality of going to a doctor. They attempt to get good checkup results by cleansing their bodies by drinking bleach, giving Nathan horrible nightmares about his teeth. Nathan visits a dentist while the rest of Dethklok goes to the doctor. During the visit, Murderface accidentally ejaculates on a doctor's face. Afterwards, the checkup results show that Pickles has a terminal illness. Murderface then confronts the doctor about his experience, and finds that the doctor is flirting with him, establishing that the doctor is gay and thus nullifying any possibility that Murderface is gay. Nathan finally gets his teeth worked on by a suicidal dentist. More lab results come back and reveal that Pickles is not dying as he switched his urine sample with Murderface who switched his pee with Skwisgaar who switched his pee with Nathan who switched his pee with Toki who switched his pee with his cat, which is actually dead. The band entombs the cat in a gigantic feline statue and places it next to the Great Pyramids of Egypt. The sand gives way under the enormous metal figure and it falls over on top of the Sphinx, crushing it. Finally, Nathan befriends his dentist and goes on a hunting trip with him. Then the dentist says, "Check this out", before placing his shotgun in his own mouth and blowing his head off.

Guest voices: Ace Frehley 
43 "Dethmas" Mark Brooks Brendon Small, Janine DiTullio December 6, 2009 (2009-12-06) 304

While Murderface works with Dick Knubbler on a Christmas special, the Dethklok Moms appear at Mordhaus to spend the holidays. Murderface's special, backed by the Christian Church, ends up a disaster due to the combination of the band's mothers' alcoholism and the return of Dr. Rockzo.[6]

Guest voices: Grutle Kjellson, Arve Isdal and Herbrand Larsen of Enslaved

Songs included: "The Cyborg Slayers" 
44 "Fatherklok" Jon Schnepp Teleplay: Brendon Small
Story: Brendon Small, Brian Posehn
December 13, 2009 (2009-12-13) 305

After many paternity lawsuits, Skwisgaar decides that he should find his father. Several thousand men came forward, claiming to be Skwisgaar's father as they had sex with his mother, but DNA testing finds no match. Meanwhile, much to Pickle's jealousy, Murderface steps up to be a father figure to Skwisgaar. He then receives a message from his mother, Surfetta, saying she found his father. Skwisgaar quits the band and moves back to Sweden. There, he discovers that Surfetta was referring to his new stepfather, as opposed to his biological father. He becomes annoyed at their constant making out, and eventually snaps. He shoves his stepfather onto a glass table, shattering it. Back at Mordhaus, the band seems to crumble without having Skwisgaar there. They decide to go to Sweden and get Skwisgaar back. In Sweden, Skwisgaar apologizes to his stepfather, and begins working in a lumberyard with him. Later on that night, Skwisgaar is at the pub when the other members of the band walk in. He says he is not coming back, and that he is finally happy. Before they leave, Nathan tells him that he is a god and he won't be able to live with regular people. When going home that night with his stepfather, they walk in the house to find Surfetta having sex with two men. Skwisgaar's stepfather runs away, and when Skwisgaar feels that he is without a dad again, he runs into the forest. He realizes that what Nathan said is true, that he isn't a regular person, but he is a guitar god. He runs back to the band, saying he's coming with them. Murderface begins acting like a father again, and told Pickles "Get out, you belong in a garbage can", much like Pickle's real father told him many years ago. Pickles begins to beat up Murderface, and Toki joins in. The episode ends with Skwisgaar returning to the band.

Guest voice: Matt Pike of High on Fire and Sleep 
45 "Fertilityklok" Mark Brooks Brendon Small September 26, 2010 (2010-09-26) [7] 306

After playing in Tokyo, Dethklok kidnaps, and threatens to kill Toki for his birthday party. The band gives him with several women to sleep with, but Toki declines and instead begins the search for a soul mate using a dating service; his search goes horribly wrong, and in the end he has sex with all the woman the rest of the band gave him on his birthday. Meanwhile, Murderface, fed up with his sexual performance, bets Skwisgaar that he can sleep with more women than Skwisgaar can. Murderface loses the bet, ends up with a bent and broken penis, and faces a sexual harassment suit after harassing a female Kloketeer.

Guest voices: Kirk Hammett of Metallica, Brooks, Frankie Ingrassia, Andy Richter and Laraine Newman 
46 "Dethsiduals" Mark Brooks Brendon Small, Kristofor Brown October 4, 2010 (2010-10-04) 307

Toki and Murderface are put on probation after their frivolous lawsuit against the other band members regarding residuals is dismissed and their contribution to the band is called into question. While on probation, Toki and Murderface act as celebrity guest judges on "American Super Talent Havers" to make some extra money. On the show, they judge a nu metal band known as Get Thee Hence and like the group so much that they decide to start their own record label called MurderTooth Records and sign Get Thee Hence as their first and only band. While Toki and Murderface learn the horrors of managing a band, Pickles, Nathan, and Skwisgaar are unhappy with their new 47 songs because it lacks negativity. In the end, the band realizes that they liked the band the way it was and reconcile. The episode ends with a Dethklok concert with Get Thee Hence as an opening act. An angry audience rushes the stage, attacks, and possibly murders Get Thee Hence as DethKlok watches in horror.

Guest voices: Brann Dailor, Brent Hinds, and Troy Sanders of Mastodon, Ace Frehley 
47 "Rehabklok" Mike Roush Brendon Small October 10, 2010 (2010-10-10) 308

After an accident at a show in Mozambique that seemed to be caused by Pickle's drinking and cost millions of dollars in damage, Pickles is forced to go to rehabilitation. While in rehab, the band replaces Pickles at practice with a high tech, sentient drum machine named X2P1158 which is inexplicably armed with a 10,000 megaton self detonation device. At the rehab center, Malevolent Creation, Pickles is rehabilitated through steps 1 through 11 leaving only step 12 which requires him to forgive his brother whom he hates because he blames his brother for his drinking. When Pickles returns to the band, he discovers that he has been replaced by X2P1158 until he finishes the 12th step and forgives his brother. In the meantime, X2P1158 becomes self-aware through alcohol, drugs and sex with groupies, an event its creators warned against. Pickles forgives his brother while at dinner at Outback Steakhouse, who immediately extorts 5 million dollars from him. When the band informs X2P1158 who they have recently come to dislike, the drum machine go haywire and kidnaps the band, locking them in a van and starts its self detonation sequence while attached to the vehicle. Pickles, deciding that to save the band, drinks alcohol and consequently gains a Popeye-like strength which allows him to bust out of the room that X2P1158 has locked him in. Pickles saves the band, destroying X2P1158 in the process.

Guest voices: Kirk Hammett 
48 "Dethzazz" Mark Brooks Brendon Small, Janine DiTullio October 17, 2010 (2010-10-17) 309

Toki tries to reunite Rockzo's band, and make his life more successful by investing all of Dethklok's vacation fund into the ultimate Zazz Blammymatazz reunion. Dethklok becomes actively engaged to the success of the concert due to the fact that Toki wasted all of the band's vacation fund for their trip to Disneyland on the concert. It is revealed that this is at least the 4th attempt to reunite Zazz Blammymatazz. The other reunion concerts were canceled for a multitude of reasons, usually revolving around Rockzo's drug addictions. We also learn that Toki has an irrational fear of bicentennial quarters, and why he is so forgiving of Rockzo. The band tries everything to get people to go to the concert, including putting up posters, setting up interviews with the media, and Murderface even scalps tickets. During one final interview, Dr. Rockzo's past is revealed, his original fall was caused by a love affair he had with a 14 year old girl named "Dory McLean" in 1981. This causes Rockzo to run away, and hide in a crackhouse. Toki as a result falls into a deep emotional depression. Rockzo attempts suicide by snorting a powerful drug, but the band manages to find and save Rockzo from certain death. Rockzo plays the concert; everything runs smoothly until Murderface shows Toki all the money he got from scalping tickets (consisting mostly of quarters). Toki freaks out and accidentally sets fire to the stage. Many die, but in the end Dethklok make their money back, and Rockzo is reunited with Dory Mclean.

Guest voices: Laraine Newman 
49 "Doublebookedklok" aka "The Dead Man" Jon Schnepp Brendon Small October 24, 2010 (2010-10-24) 310

Growing annoyed with Offdensen's neglecting them in favor of work, Dethklok unwittingly double-books a gig in both Israel and Syria, putting the entire world in danger. Offdensen gets visibly angry and yells at the band for the first time in the entire series, going so far as to order them out of the room while conducting a planning session trying to fix the mess the band has created. The Tribunal initiates its "Falconback Project", and it is revealed that Offdensen witnessed Mr. Selatcia brainwashing General Crozier in "Black Fire Upon Us" and may know not only of the Falconback Project, but Selatcia's true identity. The band runs away, but Offdensen goes after them. They reconcile, and Dethklok plays the show, using Offdensen's plan to use 3D holograms to play both concerts and avert a war. In the final scenes Offdensen is hinted to have some connection to Selatcia and is revealed to be holding Edgar Jomfru prisoner for his own plans.

Guest voices: Dave Grohl, Kirk Hammett, Malcolm McDowell, Victor Brandt and Laraine Newman 

Notes

  • The airing of season two was suspended for six months between November 18, 2007 and May 18, 2008. The bumper for the episode "Cleanso" stated "Next is the last new Metalocalypse of the year. It's taking a break 'til 2008. After all, the holidays are brutal enough, so you metal fiends will have to make do with the old eps or the CD, or go back to college and catch the tour before it runs out." Season two was relaunched on April 6, 2008, starting with "Dethwedding".
  • Each episode of Season 3 is 21 minutes long.[8]
  • Season 4 is going back to the 11 minute runtime.
  • Season 4 is expected to begin airing on April 15th, 2012.[9]

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