Brendon Small of Metalocalypse & Dethklok - Interview, Setlist & More
Posted 12/21/2012 5:45:00 PM

Brendon Small has created the perfect balance of death metal and comedy with his show Metalocalypse on Adult Swim, featuring the band Dethklok. Dethklok has transcended animation to become the best-selling death metal band of all time. They released Dethalbum III in October and wrapped a tour just a few weeks ago, which included a stop at the Electric Factory [full set list is below, & photos are from the Philly show]. 

Brendon gave MMR a call to talk about the new record, his solo project Galaktikon, working with artists like James Hetfield, George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher, Scott Ian & Steve Vai, plus a lot more. You can stream the full interview here on

Check out clips from Metalocalypse HERE & follow Dethklok HERE.



SETLIST - Electric Factory, 12.11.12

1. Deththeme

2. I Ejaculate Fire

3. Hatredcopter

4. Dethsupport

5. Murmaider

6. Andromeda

7. Bloodlines

8. Awaken

9. Duncan Hills Coffee Jingle

10. Ghostqueen

11. The Gears

12. The Galaxy

13. Thunderhorse


14. Go Into The Water

15. Fansong

16. "Stump The Band" interlude [included cover of Strange Magic by Electric Light Orchestra]

17. Crush The Industry

Posted By: Jaxon  

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