Video footage of comedian/actor Brian Posehn performing his song "More Metal Than You" with the band MASTICATOR during his comedy set on December 8, 2011 at the Culture Room in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida can be seen below.
"More Metal Than You" comes off Posehn's latest stand-up comedy album, "Fart And Wiener Jokes" (Relapse Records), which sold around 3,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The follow-up to Posehn's "Live In: Nerd Rage" debut was recorded at various live gigs across the U.S. during 2009. The record also includes two musical tracks, "More Metal Than You" and a cover of the KENNY ROGERS classic "The Gambler". Posehn recorded these songs with the help of a number of "metal" all-stars, including Scott Ian (ANTHRAX), Jamey Jasta (HATEBREED, KINGDOM OF SORROW), Mark Morton (LAMB OF GOD), John Tempesta (EXODUS, THE CULT) and Russ Parrish (STEEL PANTHER).
Posehn's took part in a special one-time performance with his all-star band featuring Scott Ian, Brendon Small, John Tempesta and Joey Vera at the 2010 Revolver Golden Gods Awards show in Los Angeles, California. This performance was televised on VH1 Classic.
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