Dethklok must experience the ultimate brutality of the Holiday season; spending time with their MOTHERS. Meanwhile Murderface ringleads the ultimate Christmas special that ends up being backed by the Christian church. And a particular ROCK AND ROLL clown makes a holiday appearance. Part of season 3.
Toki falls head over heals for a girl he meets online. When things sour he tries to break it off and instead has to bear the brutality of being her date at her father's vegan funeral in 110 degree heat. Meanwhile Nathan experiences the brutality of dating a performance artist. And Murderface must attend a sexual harassment seminar after trying to match Skwisgaar's sexual prowess.
Murderface wants the easy life but still wants all the rewards. After the band decides to kick him out for making their jobs more difficult, Murderface realizes the EASIEST way to make BIG money is to start his own label to reap the all the "back end profits." He immediately signs a band of heroin thugs that torture him, create more work than he's ever done, and ruin his once easy life.
After an onslaught of paternity suits, Skwisgaar realizes he will never change until he quits the band to find his father who abandoned him before birth.Meanwhile, Dethklok realizes they all have father abandonment issues and Murderface decides to repair the damages by appointing himself "Band Father."
In a last-ditch scramble for tax breaks, Dethklok agrees to host an event with the London Philharmonic, but only under one condition: Dethklok gets to produce their own kind of laser light show. They've also taken in a distempered fat kid they found, and must juggle the responsibilities of parenting while upholding their charitable agreement.