After the attack on Mordhaus, Dethklok is left without a manager and plagued by greedy record execs and forced to face the brutality of the slumping economy while dabbling in interior design. Will they spend everything and sign a deal that will render them powerless? Or worse, will they allow Murderface to turn the living room into an Arizona-styled sandscape?
When Toki gets news that his dad is dying, he's forced to travel back to his home town in Norway. The rest of the band decides to make a vacation out of it, citing "album inspiration" as their excuse to further put off working on their delayed album.
The world economy is crumbling and waiting for the next Dethklok album to stimulate it back into order. It's up to Dethklok to get the album just right and finished on time.
Murdering Outside The Box
Dethklok has an end of the quarter employee evaluation to find out who's been embezzling from the company. The patronizing evaluation heads off with a pep talk and a corporate video that will have audiences and Dethfans alike vying for a spot on the Dethklok payroll.
In a legendary bad move, Dethklok decides to do standup comedy. Pickles remains traumatized by a heckler while the rest of Dethklok learns that comedy is all about embracing the hate. Dethklok finds that they are very much naturals at this. The physical comedy routine they work out really kills.
Dethklok has a huge fight on stage, which prompts the record label to hire a performance coach to keep the band together. The band falls in love with therapy for all the wrong reasons.
Snakes 'n' Barrels
Pickles reunites with his old hair band, "Snakes 'N' Barrels", which has the rest of Dethklok worried that their drummer may leave them. When the ten-years-sober "Snakes 'N' Barrels" are given experimental psychotropic drugs before their performance, the result is something beyond brutal.