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Death To False Metal

Warner Home Video have announced that the fourth season of the rockin’ ’toon Metalocalypse will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 30.

Besides the dozen episodes — which feature such eclectic guests as Corpsegrinder from Cannibal Corpse, John Hamm from Mad Men, and director Werner Herzog — Metalocalypse: Season Four will also include a 90-minute movie of Nathan Explosion reading Shakespeare, a series of band member “StaresDowns,” a look at Dethklok fan art, and other extras.

The DVD will retail for $19.98 while the Blu-ray will be $28.99.

Coincidentally, the new Dethklok album, Dethalbum III, will be released by Williams Street Records two week prior, on December 16. Besides the regular album, which will be available digitally as well as on CD and vinyl, there will also be a deluxe edition CD with a bonus making-of documentary on DVD.

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Metalocalypse: Season Four DVD & Blu-ray Announced

Warner Home Video have announced that the fourth season of the rockin’ ’toon Metalocalypse will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 30.

By Paul Semel | 09/6/2012 01:01 PM PT

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Death To False Metal

Warner Home Video have announced that the fourth season of the rockin’ ’toon Metalocalypse will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 30.

Besides the dozen episodes — which feature such eclectic guests as Corpsegrinder from Cannibal Corpse, John Hamm from Mad Men, and director Werner Herzog — Metalocalypse: Season Four will also include a 90-minute movie of Nathan Explosion reading Shakespeare, a series of band member “StaresDowns,” a look at Dethklok fan art, and other extras.

The DVD will retail for $19.98 while the Blu-ray will be $28.99.

Coincidentally, the new Dethklok album, Dethalbum III, will be released by Williams Street Records two week prior, on December 16. Besides the regular album, which will be available digitally as well as on CD and vinyl, there will also be a deluxe edition CD with a bonus making-of documentary on DVD.

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