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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 ... See full summary »

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Toki Wartooth / William Murderface (voice)
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Skwisgaar Skwigelf / Pickles the Drummer / Nathan Explosion (voice)
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General Crozier / News Anchor (voice)
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Mr. Selatcia / Senator Stampingston / News Anchor (voice)
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Vater Orlaag / News Anchor (voice)
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Damien Cornickelson (voice)
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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. Written by Anonymous

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8 November 2009 (USA)  »

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The band has to renegotiate their contract with the record label. The band is absolutely stupid when it comes to this and acts like they can't understand all of the legal "mumbo-jumbo" involved with renegotiating their contract. However during the Season 1 episode "Bluesklok", the band understands negotiating a contract like it's the back of their hand. So much so that the devil wants nothing to do with them after they made a few amendments to the devil's original contract. See more »


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