Catch Phrase: "Piss!" and other variants. Also "I was thinking... not very hard, mind you".
Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He's mostly a moronic, mooching Small Name, Big Ego, but the man can play bass with body parts that weren't meant to touch an instrument. He can also write music like the others, but he won't until his own money is in jeopardy.
Jerkass Woobie: Even the creators of the show agree, Murderface is a tortured soul who desperately needs acceptance and a cure for his extreme loneliness and sensitivity... but he is also a complete and total asshole who is repugnant in every way.
Nobody Loves the Bassist: Comes in around season two where its revealed that Nathan often time edits out his tracks on albums. The finale of season two also saw Murderface get mocked by two groupies just because he's the bassist.
Expy: Of Devin Townsend from metal band, Strapping Young Lad (appearance), Axl Rose (being the former front man of Guns N' Roses parody band, Snakes N' Barrels) and Roger Taylor (drum playing style according to Brendon Small).
The Smart Guy: The smartest guy in Dethklok anyway. He's the most multi-talented of the group, because of his experience with Snakes N Barrels. It's implied that he's actually highly intelligent, he's just drunk and high all the time; flashbacks show him graduating (presumably college, since he left home at sixteen) and he's able to explain polymeters to Nathan.
The Unfavorite: In his family. What's worse, his conman, leech of a brother is the favorite.
“Well Done Son” Guy: When Murderface tried to act fatherly to Skwisgaar, Pickles acted this trope, in part due to his own father's neglect.
Rhymes on a Dime: Literally had to do this in Writerklok by coming up with a new song on the spot to save his band's life.
The Stoic: In the sense that he's not really good with emotions. The others joke that if he ever had to honestly apologize, his internal organs would explode. They aren't far off; in the Season 4 finale, he goes into convulsions and vomits up blood while apologizing to Pickles for destroying their album.
Jerkass: Massively! It's revealed in "Dethcamp" that he was forced out of Dethklok after being a raging douchebag to everyone and getting in a fight with Nathan.
Though he saved Toki's life in "Dethcamp", it is heavily implied that he did so not out of kindness. "Breakupklok" confirms that he is the Revengencers' inside man, and heavily implies that he is using Toki to give his allies access to Dethklok.
He ups it in the fourth season finale by kidnapping Toki and stabbing him.
Mismatched Eyes: Present-day Magnus has one dark eye and one grey/white eye. This is not natural for him, as both of past Magnus' eyes were dark.
Red Baron: The Man Who Stands Behind Shadows, according to the prophecy.
Revenge: He never got over being kicked out of the band despite giving the group every reason to do so. He has slowly been biding his time to get revenge on Dethklok, even joining the Revengencers. He achieves it during "Church of the Black Klok", as he kidnaps and stabs his replacement in the band, Toki.
Good Scars, Evil Scars: When Ofdensen got the everloving shit beaten out of him during the season 02 finale, the Metal Masked Assassin cut his cheek quite deeply. When Ofdensen makes his triumphant return in the season 03 premiere, he has a scar from it. But after the premiere it is no longer visible, at least to the naked eye.
Iron Woobie - Seriously, this poor guy has been through a lot, including being beaten to within an inch of his life, being made psychically ill by witnessing someone being mind raped by an abomination, and actually DYING and coming back to life. On top of that, he has to deal with the antics of five alcoholic adult children on a daily basis. And yet, we never see him complain.
Eye Scream: At the end of "Dethwater", while trying to escape a giant mutant seahorse, he resurfaces his sub too quickly. This makes his eyes literally explode. He receives his robot eyes afterward.
Heel Face Turn: Originally a mole for the Tribunal sent in to monitor Dethklok's album recordings. At the end of "Dethwater", he renounces the Tribunal, as the power of metal has converted him.
Fridge Logic: Surely he would have mentioned to Dethklok that a secret organization has targeted them and marked them for death? Then Fridge Brilliance sets in, when you remember that he's done so many drugs (such as Pop Rox and coke) that he's probably forgotten the existence of the Tribunal, or at least forgotten to mention them while high.
Backstab: Through the stomach during "Church of the Black Klok".
Triang Relations: Type 3. Though all of Dethklok proposition her during "Going Downklok", it's Pickles and Nathan who are in direct competition for her. Nathan wins, but only after her vibrator's battery runs out. Unfortunately, this eventually leads to Pickles quitting Dethklok.
Yoko Ohno: It's even foreshadowed in the Tribunal segment during "Writersklok". She's the wedge that drives Pickles and Nathan apart, leading to Pickles quitting Dethklok.
The Dragon: Appears to be Mr. Salacia's second-in-command, and also the only one aware of his true nature
Enigmatic Minion: Very little about his character has been revealed. His job description is vague ("political and spiritual specialist"). His title and appearance would suggest that he is some sort of monastic, but his religious affiliation is unclear. He seems very loyal to and trusted by Mr. Salacia, addressing him as "Master" and having telepathic access to his thoughts. Anything beyond that is anyone's guess.
Fiery Redhead: His hair is some shade of auburn, and he easily has the most attitude of anyone in the Tribunal (ex. snarking at Crozier nearly every time they speak to one another)
We Wait: Salacia's favorite course of action concerning Dethklok. Heaven help you if he learns that you disobeyed him.
He abandons this approach in "Breakupklok", choosing to reveal himself to Dethklok and killing Roy Cornickelson in the process.
Your Head Asplode: One of his favorite methods of execution, usually coupled with removing internal organs. So far Ravenwood, Roy, and some of the audience for Dethklok's final show have fallen victim to this.
Arch-Enemy: To Ofdensen, ever since he beat him during his first attempt on Dethklok's life. MMA had it out for the manager ever since. He manages to gain the advantage in the next two meetings (he blindside Ofdensen during a hospital charity gig and throws him out the window only for Ofdensen to land safely on his feet. The second time he nearly kills him but Nathan knocks him out). The latest meeting however ended with Ofdensen the victor though MMA manages to get away.
The Voiceless: Succuboso Explosion, save Lavona. (They don't say anything besides "We are the vessels that hold the future", and always stand side to side. They're THIS close to being completely mindless).
What Happened to the Mouse?: Lavona and Succuboso Explosion haven't made an appearance and haven't even been mentioned since the season 2 finale. It is possible that Lavona died in the Mordhaus fire, but since she was never confirmed dead, it's still up in the air.
Abusive Parents: Subverted in that his grandparents who raised Murderface are jerkasses and his mom, who we know next to nothing about, doesn't fit this trope. His father who killed his wife and himself with a CHAINSAW when Murderface was an infant is a different story.
Abusive Parents: Pickles constantly has to play “Well Done Son” Guy to his parents, who favor Seth, Pickles' manipulative con-man of a brother. Calvert goes as far as to tell Pickles that he "...belongs in a garbage can" when he was a teen kicking him out of their home.
N.G.O. Superpower: Seth, who as the president of Dethklok's fan club in Sydney, Australia, can pull resources he needs to protect him and his family from the Revengencers, even at the risk of the safety of city.
Abusive Parents: To say she is a promiscuous slut would be an insult to promiscuous sluts everywhere. Sure her son, became a kickass guitarist because of it, but he also gained her rampant promiscuity.
The man she later married however was a pretty nice guy, too bad he married a massive slut.
Abusive Parents: Aslaug, who is apparently a reverend, would regularly abuse and treat Toki cruelly. The level of physical and emotional abuse Toki endured form him was ridiculous, yet Toki loved his father enough to try to give him his dying wish.
Aborted Arc: The first appearance of the characters featured one of the Tribunal ranting that Toki's father was destined to kill his son. Instead it was the other way around.
Dumbass Has a Point: In "The Church of the Black Klok" He is absolutley right about Magnus Hammersmith.
Cassandra Truth: Though it doesn't help that it was mostly he was jealous of Toki hanging out with Magnus.
Easily Forgiven: By Toki, over and over again. Even after supposedly having cut himself off from the clown for good.
This was addressed in his first appearance, then retconned in season three: Toki has a natural affinity for clowns (even having serial killer John Wayne Gacy perform as Pogo the Clown, prior to the reveal that he was Norwegian and his parents look like they came straight out of a Middle Ages Bergman film. They later retconned him being similar to a talking clown doll that Toki kept with him when his father locked him in a pit as punishment as a child.
Zig Zagged and Played for Laughs: He does cross the line pretty often, but no matter how heinous his latest deed is, he still gets redeemed somehow by the next episode... Only to cross the line even harder the next time, beginning the cycle anew.
Dr. Rockzo Awww... Is somebody havin' a baaaad Christmas?
Garfunkel: The remaining band members after Pickles left.
Hey, It's That Voice!: Each of the members of SnB is voiced by a musician: Thunderbottom by Michael Amott (Arch Enemy guitarist), Candynose by Warrel Dane (Nevermore vocalist), and Snazz by Steve Smyth (Forbidden guitarist). Ironically enough, only Snazz's instrument of choice matches his voice actor's.
Badass Grandpa: In the comics he fights a ghost serial killer on a large train that Dethklok is performing on. While he gets some good hits in, the ghost is in a younger body, and overpowers him. Then Johnson summons the Jazz Devil, and has the spirit taken down to hell, freeing his own soul.