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Part-American, part-Scandinavian death-metal band Dethklok has a lingering effect on its fans, who take the words seriously and do anything Dethklok lyrics say. The government fears the band's influence and sets out to destroy it by covert means; for example, by sending military pharmaceutical psychotropic drug manufacturers. Deemed sociopaths for tossing hot coffee at their concert attendees, two of the band members are alcoholics, and they all have self-esteem issues.

Latest episodes

aired 346 days ago
The band members must get past their egos to save Toki.
aired 537 days ago
Dethklok has a fight on stage; the band falls in love with therapy.
aired 538 days ago
Dethlok suffers embarrassment while their parents are come to town to visit them.
aired 539 days ago
Dethklok attempts standup comedy and learns that comedy is all about embracing the hate.
aired 540 days ago
Dethklok has quarterly employee evaluations.
aired 541 days ago
The band unintentionally wakes a deadly Nordic Forest Troll.
aired 544 days ago
Murderface throws himself a birthday party, but the rest of Dethklok surprises him with their gift.
aired 545 days ago
Dethklok commissions a Russian submarine to record deep in the Nordic waters.
aired 546 days ago
Dethklok's French chef is chopped to pieces.
aired 547 days ago
Offdensen takes Dethklok to an underwater cave where the Church of the Black Klok is sheltered.
aired 548 days ago
The band members get ready for their post Dethklok careers.
aired 551 days ago
Dethklok hosts the most important dinner of their career.
aired 552 days ago
Dethklok returns to the water to record in their Dethsub; the band regresses to an animal mindset.
aired 553 days ago
Murderface is announced as the recipient of this year's Most Brutal Looking Musician Award and travels to Mexico to get the best and cheapest plastic surgery possible.
aired 554 days ago
Toki goes to Rockaroonie Fantasy Camp in an attempt to make friends.
aired 555 days ago
After spending all their time wasting money on their new album, Dethklok is stunned to find they're getting a new producer.
aired 558 days ago
Toki writes a tell-all book and takes over as lead guitarist.
aired 559 days ago
Dethklok opens a Dethfair in Tomahawk, Wisc.; Pickles goes into realty.
aired 560 days ago
Nathan worries that something is wrong with the new Dethklok album.
aired 561 days ago
Dethklok opens the Urban Youth Dethcenter after being accused of racism.
aired 562 days ago
Nathan begins seriously dating one of his fans; as the evidence of her past piles up, he follows her to the annual Dethklok fan convention.

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