Dethklok's hardcore fans travel to Norway to see them play one song - the Duncan Hills Coffee jingle. The crate in which Dethklok stands on ends up crashing and they miss the landing zone - crushing their fans below while the fans who weren't crushed get scalding hot coffee poured on them. To make matters worse the firework display during the show goes terribly wrong when one hits the helicopter that their chef is on and he falls out of the helicopter and is chopped up by the propellers. Being unable to pay for the chef to be on life support Dethklok come up with the solution of sewing the chef back together although some parts do not fit correctly and are put on backwards. Guest voices: James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett of Metallica. Written by
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- live from Batsfjord, Norway, where over 300,000 fans have traveled to the Arctic Circle to see the legendary metal band Dethklok perform just one song.
Surprisingly, the song itself is a jingle... a coffee jingle. Never before have so many people traveled so far for such a short song.
- a coffee jingle for international coffee moguls the Duncan Hills Coffee Corporation. Is Dethklok selling out? "No!" says band frontman Nathan Explosion.
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