The Best Episodes of Metalocalypse
Last Updated: Jun 2, 2019
Metalocalypse is an eleven-minute flash animated comedy airing on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, created by Brendon Small and Tommy Blacha. The series follows the exploits of a fictitious half American/half Scandinavian death metal band known as Dethklok. The band and its members are huge the world over, but incredibly stupid - a death metal version of Spinal Tap. Watch as they leave a trail of destruction and mayhem in their wake with their ear-melting onslaught of metal!
#1 - Church of the Black Klok
Season 4 - Episode 12
Dethklok is notified of a looming secret that has been around for hundreds of years: the secret of the Metalocalypse. Before they can contemplate what this means, however, Nathan must give a eulogy and do the most brutal thing he has ever done: get in touch with his emotions.
#2 - The Metalocalypse Has Begun
Season 1 - Episode 20
Dethklok receives death threats from fans right before the first live performance of Dethwater. Krosier and Ravenwood attempt to take Dethklok out, with the help of an old enemies brother... With the secret army on the horizon waiting for the right moment to strike, will Dethklok make it through this?
#4 - Breakup Klok
Season 4 - Episode 11
While the world awaits the final Dethklok performance, members of the band prepare for their post-Dethklok careers. Pickles starts a winery for the most alcoholic wine ever, Nathan and Skwisgaar look for a brand new sound that does not suck, and Toki works with Murderface on his campaign for congressman. Meanwhile, Selatcia takes Dethklok’s weakness as the opportune time to strike!
#6 - Dethtroll
Season 1 - Episode 4
The band plays an ancient song which hasn't been heard in thousands of years which unexpectedly awakens a deadly Nordic lake troll and must compose the world's first death metal lullaby to return the beast to its slumber.
#8 - Diversityklok
Season 4 - Episode 2
Accusations of racism are leveled at the band, so they open an urban youth center to improve their image. Elsewhere, Toki starts a club but excludes Murderface.
#12 - Dethgov
Season 2 - Episode 10
Nathan serves a term as the temporary governor of Florida.
#14 - Going Downklok
Season 4 - Episode 9
The guys spend time on a sub without women, and the conditions quickly deteriorate, prompting Pickles and Nathan to compete for the affections of their producer.
#15 - Renovationklok
Season 3 - Episode 1
Believing Ofdensen is dead, Dethklok is forced to become their own managers while dealing with repairs to the destroyed Mordhaus and trying to plan their biggest concert to date. Their efforts are stalled however when a past acquaintance cuts off their unlimited financial freedom to get revenge against the band.
#17 - Writersklok
Season 4 - Episode 6
The band’s new female producer sends them on a vacation to help write songs for the new album. The getaway proves anything but relaxing, however, when they end up in a brutal country and are sold into sex slavery.
#19 - PR Pickles
Season 2 - Episode 8
Pickles gets a new PR lady who inflates his fame, prompting jealousy from his bandmates.
#21 - Dethecution
Season 2 - Episode 1
Dethklok has withdrawn from the public eye, and fan suicide rates are climbing. The US government hatches a plan to bring the band out of hiding and restore world order.
#22 - Dethcamp
Season 4 - Episode 7
Toki goes to rock-and-roll camp and is bullied by other campers. But he soon finds an ally in a former Dethklok guitarist. Meanwhile, Skwisgaar and Murderface binge on candy and horror movies while Toki is away.
#24 - Mordland
Season 1 - Episode 9
Mordhouse, the home of Dethklok, opens its gates to the public for the first time in celebration of International Dethfan Day. Will the band and their fans make it through the experience? Dethklok find themselves in potential trouble after two Internet geeks threaten to release the band's exclusive, one-time-only, fan song over the internet unless they give in to their demands.
#25 - Performance Klok
Season 1 - Episode 7
Dethklok has a huge fight on stage, which prompts the record label to hire a performance coach to keep the band together. The band falls in love with therapy for all the wrong reasons.