New Metalocalypse Soundtrack Streaming in Full

Check out "Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem A Klok Opera" featuring a 50-piece orchestra.

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Following the October 27 premiere, full soundtrack of "Metalocalypse: the Doomstar Requiem a Klok Opera" animated film is available for streaming. Composed by Emmy-awarded composer Bear McCreary and featuring a 50-piece orchestra, as well as guest appearances from the likes of drummer Gene Hoglan, Joe Satriani's bassist Bryan Beller guitarist Mike Keneally (Frank Zappa, Joe Satriani), the soundtrack was separately released yesterday (October 29). Cannibal Corpse vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher, Star Wars icon Mark Hamill and Jack Black also made their special appearances, but as voice actors. Specifically, Corpsegrinder took the part of Metal Masked Assassin, Hamill is featured as Mr. Salacia and Senator Stampingston, while Jack Black was handed the voice role of Dethklok's original manager, Fat Blogger. Back to the soundtrack, the effort clocks in at just under hefty 75 minutes and is by all means ambitious. You can check it out in full below, courtesy of Yahoo Music. Prior to the official release, the album was announced with "Blazing Star" single. Finally, if you were wondering about the movie's plot, it kicks off straight after the abduction of Dethklok axeman Toki Warooth in the Season Four finale. "Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem A Klok Opera" track listing: 01. The Birth / Fata Sidus Oritur / One of Us Must Die 02. Magnus and the Assassin 03. Partying Around the World 04. Tracking / Ishnifus and the Challenge 05. How Can I Be a Hero? 06. The Fans Are Chatting 07. Abigail's Lullaby 08. Some Time Ago... 09. The Duel 10. I Believe 11. A Traitor Amongst Them 12. Training / Do It All for My Brother 13. Before You Go 14. The Answer Is in Your Past 15. The Depths of Humanity 16. Givin' Back to You 17. En Antris et Stella Fatum Cruenti 18. The Crossroads 19. Morte Lumina 20. Blazing Star 21. The Doomstar Orchestra

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    this proves that brendon small is just incredible at writing music cant wait to see what he does next
    Listening to this right now at work, damn it's so awesome, I need to watch the show again.
    Purchased the soundtrack! I watched this episode last night. The lack of humour is apparent from earlier episodes but that wasn't the point of it really. In fact, my favourite parts were when it was more serious. Visually, it looked incredible and the music was pure genius. I might actually watch it again tonight!
    The movie was awesome. Though the ending felt rushed since they got to like 50 or so minutes into and they still hadn't ****ing RESCUED TOKI YET! Though the guitar battle between him and Skwisgaar was epic.
    as a huge fan... this made about as much sense as a polka themed rap album...
    I was a little thrown off by it being an opera. I felt it undermined the serious tone of the plot. Then again I'm not a fan of operas.
    It was cool and all, but it was a huge disappointment when I first watched it. A Dethklok musical... it just wasn't happening; although the guitar battle was REALLY cool.
    Not a musical, an opera! But that's totally cool, I'm not usually a huge fan of operas/musicals like this but I loved Doomstar Requiem! To each his own I guess.
    The only problem with the special was that it ended way too abruptly. It built tension beautifully and hilariously up until the final part, then it was just BAM, over. To be honest, I was a little pissed when I saw the ending credits roll. It should have been at least a half hour longer.
    I hate musicals. Exceptions being South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut and now this. I give it 9001/10 will listen to often.
    I hate musicals. Exceptions being South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut and now this. I give it 9001/10 will listen to often.
    I personally hated the opera until the guitar solo duel, but mostly cause i liked them delving into the origins of Dethklok and how Toki got into the band. I don't like dialog being sung, so i guess i just don't like rock operas (couldn't stand Tommy) and the ending was sorta lame, just hope this isn't how Metalocalypse goes out, I want another season
    Well going off the fact that during the end of Season 4 they were discussing the fact that their album was one song short and Toki was kidnapped before it could be finished has got to mean something right? Also they have yet to get rid of Selacia so thats a bit priority. And then theres the big cliffhanger ending with what happened to Murderface....
    Eh... I don't know, I guess I was kind of let down by it. It just wasn't really Metalocalypse or Dethklok. I totally respect Brendan as a musician and player, but his music is getting progressively more and more melodic as time goes. Not that it's a bad thing, but it's getting too melodic for me
    It is awesome, basically Dethklok and Galatikon combined. Is the actual physical Cd out from the 29th?
    I don't know about CD formats but the digital download is up for purchase on iTunes and from Small's site