Spinal Tap Style Heavy Metal Comedy Deathclock
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Get ready for Heavy Metal Comedy! Introduced by Spinal Tap, Tenacious D and many others, Rock Comedy gets raucous with DEATHCLOCK a “Near Death-Metal Experience.” Brendon Small acquired cult status as the creator of Adult Swim’s Home Movies. Writing and performing all of the music on Home Movies, Brendon has established himself as a leader in the art of delicious rocking. DEATHCLOCK combines death metal and comedy sketches to bring you a night of murder, doom and shredding guitar licks. Deathclock plays for one night only!
Brendon Small has single handedly changed the face of comedy.
Born to retarded immigrant vikings Brendon grew up speaking thirteen different languages (all invented dialects, a good majority mildly believable cockney accents). Small would be thrown out of every school he attended for being “too smart”. Brooding, disgruntled, and unhappy with the state of the world, Brendon discovered that his life’s task would be to “do” comedy and change the world, one masturbation joke at a time. But still major world wide fame escaped him. Until. . .
And opportunity knocked on his face in the form of a cartoon shaped door knocker. While performing comedy in Harvard square Small was approached by Mexican secret agents to put together an offbeat quirky mannerism based character driven show. That show was “Horse Pickles” (a show about a race of half horse half pickles people that hated Shostakovich [the composer] and would spend each week trying to kill him) “Horse Pickles” sadly never made it to air. But the next show would. “Home Movies” aired Spring of 1999 and changed the lives of the four people that watched it.
Since then “Home Movies” would be the most mildly watched show in it’s time slot on the particular network it is on, on. Brendon’s parents have even watched it and continue to ask “who does the voice of the coach guy?”
The world silently awaits Brendon’s next comedy move on the chessboard of the game world of comedy.
Brendon is the co-creator, writer, star, and writes all the music for Cartoon Network’s “Home Movies” which is currently in it’s fourth season, to be aired in Jan 2004.