Tenacious D bust out a rockabilly jam celebrating the life… ahem, I mean death of rock n’ roll. It was a good run while it lasted. R.I.P. Rock N’ Roll.
Tenacious D are in search of their daily fruit fix, the low hanging kind in fact. And they’re not looking for the sort of fruit that grows on trees, if you know what I mean (psst, they’re talking about sex).
He’s the mysterious figure hanging in the wings of the stage or behind the tour bus talking to the groupies. He’s the roadie – and Danny McBride embraces the myth of this unsung hero of rock.
Like a Phoenix rising up from the ashes, the D is back and about to lay down some metal on the critics who thought they were dead and buried.
Quoth The Raven, feel Safe from harm with Jason Statham, celebrate The Five Year Engagement and meet nice-guy, murderer, Jack Black, Bernie.
Ridiculous rock all-stars Tenacious D stopped making music after their 2006 flick The Pick Of Destiny flopped miserably. Here, they announce their triumphant (?) return with album Rize Of The Fenix. It’s more of a celebrity-filled sketch than a video, but that’s kind of the point. Dave Grohl and Josh Groban aid in the creation of the “the greatest album ever recorded; by anyone; ever.” which drops May 15th.
Movie stars aren’t born famous, they’re made. All these actors are a big deal now but it wasn’t always that way. Here’s a bunch of familiar faces in their very first on-screen appearances.
After years out of the limelight, Tenacious D are making a return to the forefront of rock and on a mission to punch the world in the throat. Their new video is chock full of celebrity cameos and may very well make your eardrums explode.
In small-town Texas, the local mortician strikes up a friendship with a wealthy widow, though when he kills her, he goes to great lengths to create the illusion that she’s alive.
You’re going to love it, no matter what, so go see some old friends (and some new ones) put on one heck of a good show.
Ever the ham, Jack Black stars in the new video for Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, playing a rather unscrupulous senator. It’s amazing how un-annoying Jack Black can be when he isn’t talking.