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Season 1, Episode 3
Airdate August 11, 2006
Production Number 103
Writer(s) Tommy Blacha &
Brendon Small
Director(s) Jon Schnepp
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Birthdayface is the third episode of the first season of Metalocalypse, and the third episode overall.

Voices: Tommy Blacha (Toki Wartooth/William Murderface), Victor Brandt (General Krosier/Cardinal Ravenwood), Mark Hamill (Senator Stampingston/Jean-Pierre), Jon Schnepp, James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett (Queen of Denmark), Brendon Small (Nathan Explosion/Pickles/Skwisgaar Skwigelf/Charles Foster Ofdensen)


Plot Overview

The night after William Murderface pleases the concert audience by playing the bass guitar with his own penis (which requires a bucket of ice in the pants later), the other members of Dethklok find out that Murderface is having a birthday party. The rest of the band contemplates what to get him, since most of what he owns is very morbid in nature. Nathan decides that they should get him the blackest, most meaningless gift of all, but that proves to be flop as the gift is actually nothing. An enraged Murderface marches offstage and is bent on quitting Dethklok until the band gives Murderface President Kennedy's tricked out and desecrated limousine with the driver's seat replaced with the same chair Lincoln was assassinated in and the chance to destroy the piece of US history at the first-ever "Dethklok Dethmolition Klok-a-matae Deth Derby".


  • Song: Birthday Dethday is available on Dethklok's MySpace page, as well as on the Comic Con promo DVD.

Arc Advancement





The Show

Behind the Scenes

  • Alternate Title: This episode is also alternatively known as "Happy Dethday."

Allusions and References

  • Dr. Roxo: Dr. Roxo's appearance bares resemblance to former Van Halen singer, David Lee Roth, who was also known for doing cocaine.

Memorable Moments