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Brendon Genius in Action Again.
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Doomstar Requiem: A Klok Opera is a must watch for any Metalocalypse fan. Here we get to see our favorite Metal band as they try and bring themselves to help someone besides themselves in order to rescue Toki. We see backstory on multiple characters, and get to hear some of our favorites sing for the first time ever. There’s even an unexpected hero. The best part is that the ending leaves things open for a 5th season or another special to properly wrap up the story, so we have more new Dethklok to look forward to. I only wish I could give this more than 5 stars.
as I assumed I would hate it. I am not a fan of any …
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I tried avoiding this show when it first came out, as I assumed I would hate it. I am not a fan of any genre of metal. But, during the second season, I caught an episode, and fell in love with the characters. Do not let the music scare you away! I’ve even found an appreciation of metal- Brendon Small knows what he is doing. He is able to masterfully combine comedy, heart, wit, charm, and drama, while still producing an “authentic” metal band (as a non-functional of metal, it sounds authentic to me).
Be advised: CENSORED version ahead!
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Please note that this version is CENSORED (and inconsistently censored at that). Would be five stars as I absolutely love the Doomstar Requiem, but I’ll hold off on that last star until they come out with an uncensored version.
What a Metal Opera Should Be
As much as I was apprehensive about this album when I first listened to it, after listening to it in its entirety and watching the video, I’m blown away at how truly awesome a ‘metal opera’ can be. The talent of Brendon Small is up their with many of the other rock musicians that have inspired so many and changed the genre so dynamically.
Most brutal show ever!
The best musical ever created. I’ve loved Dethklok since season 1, from the Duncan hills coffee jungle, to the fansong, to this musical. Every song is a delight, every scene brings me glee.
has the best technique I have ever heard
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I don’t even know what to say, my 5 year old even sings along to most of this, I could just basically keep it on repeat for two years and be just as entranced, Brendon Small, has the best technique I have ever heard, and this includes Paganini, Opeth, Castrucci, Megadeth, hell, all of my favorite artists of time, Dethklok fans, enjoy this masterclass rock opera with our favorite sociopaths, and Toki! ,,/ As well, the Toki vs. Skwisgaar duel is something else, musical eargasm audiotrip.
A masterpiece known as Metalocalypse
I couldn’t help but chuckle at this in a few parts, as well as watch this with glee at hearing such talented voices in metal sing in this metal or klok opera, but now I can say I have seen everything involving this wonderful show. I remember seeing the very first episode on Adult Swim years ago and fell in love with it. This was surprisingly a great way to wrap up the series, although the ending leaves a question or two. To any fan of Metalocalypse, you won’t be disappointed. To any fan of metal period, you won’t be disappointed. This has to be seen in order to experience everything with Metalocalypse.
All seasons led to this point. It was good but for an ending to the series I want completely satisfied. I don’t want to go into detail for those who want to still watch the episode but the very ending at the end of the credits just made me think, “after all that why would they do that to murderface?!”
Metalocalypse but in the style of Rent!
You either love it or hate it. It’s an hour long special with guests like Mark Hamill, George Fisher, and Malcom Mcdowell. It’s purely a musical, which may turn off some fans, but I implore you to watch it! The musical scores are original and good (not to mention heavy, as George Fisher “sings” a tune as his character the Masked Assassin) and the comedy is still there. Well worth the $20!
I’m not one for musicals, but this one has charmed me. The story is simple and wonderful and I think the music is great, so many different emotions are captured down for this movie (if with less the an hour long run time you can call it that). Truly enjoyable and in fact has one of my favorite over all soundtracks ever (or an album if you just bought the soundtrack and not the movie).