DETHKLOK stars in Adult Swim series "Metalocalypse" will perform on this year's Adult Swim Festival to take place on November 15 at the Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles. The exhibition will mark DETHKLOK s first live appearance page participates in the 2014 edition of Festival Supreme in LA Also scheduled to play at the event is electronic producer Jamie XX rappers Vince Staples and Young Thug and Captain Murphy ̵
Adult Swim Festival promises an eclectic mix of musicians, comedians, exclusive screenings and exhibitions highlighting Adult Swim s programming.
Tickets for the festival are for sale to the public today at. 12.00 PST. Tickets start at $ 49 plus one-day tickets and $ 95 plus two-day pass fees.
DETHKLOK features Brendon Small Mike Keneally Bryan Beller and Gene Hoglan as its real members in the studio and on the live scene.
In an interview with MLive Small said he understood DETHKLOK s show after seeing a live performance by GORILLAZ another animated band in front Damon Albarn by BLUR BLUR ].
"I've always wanted to make a record and find a way to tour it." Small said. "I have checked out GORILLAZ who is talented and has some of the best animations I've ever seen, but [because the musicians hid behind a screen, and the audience couldn’t see them,] there was no connection between performer and audience. It was cool and mysterious, but it did not the audience what they want. We do not look like [ DETHKLOK ] and we are not going to, but at least we can see ourselves playing. We are like a pit band in that sense. "
DETHKLOK 's latest album, "Metalokalypse: Dethklok Dethalbum III" was released in October 2012 via Williams Street Records . The disc sold about 20,000 copes in the US to land on position 10 on the Billboard 200 chart.
The former CD of the band, "Dethalbum II" opened with 45,000 units back in October 2009 to enter the chart of No. 15.
"Dethalbum III" was once again co produced by Small and Ulrich Wild ( "Dethalbum" and "Dethalbum II" ).
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