Here are the most brutal music video takedowns seen on Beavis and Butt-Head.

MTV's classic fire-loving and fart-knocking duo triumphantly returned in 2022 with an all-new season of Mike Judge's Beavis and Butt-Head, following the comeback movie Beavis and Butt-Head Do The Universe.

Now it's time to get back what we fell in love with first about these below-average teenage a-holes many years ago: watching them savage videos.

As a cultural touchstone, these two helped introduce young audiences to music that was otherwise relatively scarce when it came to mainstream exposure. Sure, there was the for-diehards-only Headbangers Ball, but seeing so much heavy music injected into an animated TV show helped pull in others from outside the rock and metal world.

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Even if they trashed some of our favorite bands, it's hard to take any of these insults personally as fans. Metal, especially, is ripe for lampooning and it's all in good-natured fun.

Okay, let's get in the way-back machine and look back on Beavis and Butt-Head's nastiest (and truthful) cut-downs on the music videos from MTV's heyday.

Enjoy the Top 10 below!

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