Dethklok Dethalbum II
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KYZAR
September 24th 2009



513 Comments


I hope all the other american bands listen to this and wonder how a joke band can effortlessly surpass them in all aspects

O yes, well i guess that Dethklock put in the effort.

Motiv3
September 25th 2009



8418 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I didnt get this album. Some parts were funny though i admit that.

trilogique
September 26th 2009



246 Comments


boring

Athom
Staff Reviewer
September 26th 2009



17114 Comments


wow i just looked at the charts for metal this year. sad sad year, although it's probably because most of the metal people have converted to fags

actually it's because instead of listening to the same rehashed shit we've starting looking into more obscure albums from the past that at least have personality.

Digging: Sad Lovers and Giants - Feeding the Flame

Zip
September 27th 2009



5313 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah seems like they dropped all the cheesy guts humor and went straight for the jugular with this album. Awesome if I do say so myself.

jingledeath
September 27th 2009



7104 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

grew off me a bit but still quite enjoyable

fitzgerald
September 30th 2009



1 Comments


review- 5/5
much better than their last effort, and it has some of my favorite songs from the most recent season


and no one wants to hear murderface's bass playing- we want to hear his reggae smash hit.

DaTwig
September 30th 2009



217 Comments


Can't wait for the new season. Album's pretty good so far.

Giblover
October 1st 2009



35 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Very good, bought the first right when it came out and Explosions new vocals remind me slightly of Hegg from Amon Amarth mixed with The Absence's a little... thats a good thing.

Oh and also TOKI WARTOOTH NOT A BUMBLEBEE

jingledeath
October 1st 2009



7104 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I Tamper With The Evidence At The Murder Site Of Odin is so fugging awesome

Relinquished
October 1st 2009



22350 Comments


needs moar Murderface

ExitWound
October 3rd 2009



40 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Decent, but disappointed. Too much keyboard, not enough humor.

Edit: I take that back. I don't like it. The vocals ruin it for me. The screaming is unlistenable.

zaruyache
October 7th 2009



4803 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

"The screaming is unlistenable"

Lolwut? Thers no skreeming.

Digging: Paramnesia - Paramnesia

myhigherpie
October 7th 2009



3027 Comments


consider me a dethhead.

No seriously, I find the actual music to be more satisfying than the humor.

Wizard
October 9th 2009



18757 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Good album is kind of great.

Digging: Triptykon - Melana Chasmata

zaruyache
October 20th 2009



4803 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

One thing that's been bothering me lately is the fact that this albumhas yet to see placement on the Billboad 200 chart... it was released weeks ago and still no ranking there a according to the Billboard website. Did this album not chart at all, is Billboard simply not "counting" this album towards their chart, or haven't they "gotten around" to placing it yet? I'd like to see this thing out-sell many of those other terrible mainstream bands

vgo
October 21st 2009



1 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It's not just a joke anymore, but a rather serious effort. Brendon really is getting more serious with this shit and the album's probably outsell any other death metal album this year

I like it.

Prophet178
October 21st 2009



6397 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I read in an interview that Brendon studied music theory at Berkley, no wonder he is so good at this shit.

Countorous
October 21st 2009



169 Comments


you have nice musical neighbours

Countorous
October 21st 2009



169 Comments


lol



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