Your eyes don’t deceive you… we’ve got the almighty Dethklok on this episode of ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’.

Sadly, Metalocalypse hasn’t graced our televisions with new apocalyptic stories for a few years, so we had no idea what the immortal legends of Dethklok have been up to! After a monumental effort, we managed to track down vocalist Nathan Explosion, guitarist Skwisgaar Skwigelf and drummer Pickles and get them on the phone to prove and disprove what’s written about them on Wikipedia.

Mr. Explosion was able to disprove the Wikipedia entry that he never drinks before a show and elaborated on allegedly being the most “emotionally stable” member of Dethklok. We then moved on to Skwisgaar, who dropped a bombshell on which legendary guitarist may be his biological father. Skwisgaar also explained his extreme sexual prowess and preference for rotund and elderly ladies.

Pickles was able to point out some Wikipedia fiction, denying that his nickname was inspired by Danzig / D.O.A. legend Chuck Biscuits. He also told whoever wrote that Dethklok are incompetent at everything besides playing music to “go f—k yourself,” detailing his many skills outside crushing a drum kit.

You won’t want to miss Dethklok in this edition of ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’. To help support Dethklok, visit and demand that Hulu and Adult Swim air the final chapter of Metalocalypse!

Special thanks to Brendon Small for providing the voices for this ‘Wikipedia’ episode!

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