'Metalocalypse' To Be Featured On NBC-TV's 'Last Call With Carson Daly'
According to Interbridge.com's "The Late Night TV Page", "Metalocalypse" — the hit Adult Swim series chronicles DETHKLOK's crusades into darkness and follows the exploits of the world's most popular metal band and most significant cultural force — will be featured on the Tuesday, October 5 episode of NBC-TV's "Last Call With Carson Daly" (which will actually air the morning of Wednesday, October 6 at 1:35 a.m. EST).
Created by Brendon Small and Tommy Blacha, "Metalocalypse" premiered on August 4, 2006 on Adult Swim. The television program centers around the melodic death metal band DETHKLOK and often portrays dark and macabre content, such as subjects dealing with violence, death, and the drawbacks of fame, but in an often ironic and humorous fashion. The show can be seen as both a celebration and parody of heavy metal culture. The music is written by guitarist/creator Brendon Small, is credited to the band, and is featured in most episodes including actual guitar-fingerings and other band-movements of the characters.
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