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Aurelio Voltaire Hernández (born January 25, 1967) is a musician, animator, and comic book artist popular in the {{Goth}} scene and among {{Anime}} and SciFi fans. Lately he's been crossing over into SteamPunk. His most popular songs include: "BRAINS!" [[note]] Remember that episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' with the brain-eating alien? Yeah, that was him. [[/note]] and "When You're Evil." Most of his songs poke fun at the UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity goth scene, and anything else he either loves (''Franchise/StarTrek'' and ''Franchise/StarWars'') or hates (UsefulNotes/NewJersey).

He was born in Havana, UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}. His family moved to Jersey when he was a child (which he hated) and currently lives in New York City. He does claymation, mainly channel I.D.s, which he started when he was only 10 years old. He currently teaches StopMotion animation at ''The School of Visual Arts'' in NYC when he's not touring.

His music is mainly satirical, but some of his songs can be quite serious and deep. Most of his songs have a FolkMusic feel to them, though he often breaks genre barriers, going into {{Jazz}}, {{Country|Music}}, even [[HipHop Rap.]]

It's [[Creator/{{Voltaire}} also the name]] of one of history's most celebrated essayists, philosophers, and writers. But who cares about that? He does. A lot. He recently (since 2010), started to use his first name with it, so now to find his new stuff on ''iTunes,'' ''Pandora,'' ''Spotify,'' etc., you have to search for ''Aurelio Voltaire.'' He did this due to people making new bands with ''Voltaire'' in them, and so his fans can find him easily. He said on his official Website/{{Facebook}} page:

-->"I got tired of there being other people releasing albums as ''Voltaire.'' There's an indie band in UsefulNotes/{{Germany}} and some American guy who makes instrumental hip-hop. Like, do these people not do a [[PrecisionFStrike fuckin]]' Website/{{Google}} search before naming their bands? Anyway, it was just easier to distinguish myself from them by using my first name."

Voltaire married his long-time girlfriend, Jayme, on October 1, 2009, at the Angel Orensanz Center in New York City. Voltaire has a son, Mars, from a previous relationship, born in 1998. On September 25, 2013, Voltaire announced on his official blog, that he and his wife are getting divorced, just short of their 4 year anniversary.

Voltaire has also become an active [=YouTuber=], and his "Lair of Voltaire" [[https://www.youtube.com/user/VoltaireMusicPage can be found here,]] where he uploads music and vlogs (which he calls "Nooseletters"), as well as a home decorating web series titled ''Gothic Homemaking'', all delivered alongside his literal DeadpanSnarker friend/corpse Orville Deadenbacker.

!! Discography:

* ''The Devil's Bris'' (1998)
* ''Almost Human'' (2000)
* ''Banned on Vulcan'' (2001)
* ''Boo Hoo'' (2002)
* ''Then and Again'' (2004)
* ''Deady Sings!'' (2004)
* ''Zombie Prostitute...'' (2006)
* ''Live!'' (2006)
* ''Ooky Spooky'' (2007)
* ''To the Bottom of the Sea'' (2008)
* ''Hate Lives in a Small Town'' (2010)
* ''Spooky Songs for Creepy Kids'' (2010)
* ''[[LongTitle Riding a Black Unicorn Down the Side of an Erupting Volcano While Drinking from a Chalice Filled with the Laughter of Small Children]]'' (2011)
* ''[=BiTrektual=]'' (2012)
* ''Raised by Bats'' (2014)
* ''Heart-Shaped Wounds'' (2017)

!! Tropes that describe him, his music, and his animations:

* AccentUponTheWrongSyllable: From the chorus of "The Industrial Revolution (and how it Ruined my Life)":
-->"The in-du-stri-AL re-VO-lu-TION"
* AffectionateParody: "Coin-Operated Goi," a [[MatzoFever Jewish themed]] parody of [[Music/AmandaPalmer The Dresden Dolls]] "Coin-Operated Boy."
** According to Voltaire himself: "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjJDBP292rM Riding a Black Unicorn]]" is basically an affectionate homage to Music/IronMaiden, but it can really be seen as one to PowerMetal in general. From the silly title, to the hammy cello riff and distinctly [[Music/RhapsodyOfFire Turilli esque]] violin solo, to the utterly ''absurd'' lyrics, it basically has it all.
* AngryMobSong: "Stakes and Torches." Scimitars and bayonets; scythes, pitchforks, a sickle with a sharpened edge...
** [[EarWorm Swords and Spades and mallets that are made of lead... Anything at hand, anything that can help us to remove the head!]]
*** [[OverlyLongGag Of that filthy rich, fat son of a bitch! While he's sleeping in his bed!]]
* AntiLoveSong: "My Future Ex-Girlfriend."
* AscendedMeme / AGoodNameForARockBand: According to WordOfGod: "This is the title track of my new album. The album was named by a young man named Alex who posted on my Website/{{Facebook}} page "Voltaire's music is the audio equivalent of riding a black unicorn down the side of an erupting volcano while drinking from a chalice filled with the laughter of small children." When I read that I knew I had to name the new album that! AND I knew I had to write a song called that as well. And here it is!"
* {{Asspull}}: Voltaire invoked this in the song "The U.S.S. Make Shit Up" as a celebration of the many ass pulls of Franchise/StarTrek. In fact, the whole final chorus is the page quote.
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: "The Mechanical Girl" can grow to seven times her size and is armed with flamethrowers, rockets, and other powerful and destructive weaponry. Which is bad news for the king who takes her from her father and creator to try to make her his queen.
* AwesomeMcCoolName: His real name is Aurelio Voltaire Hernandez.
** Awesome [=Mc=]Cool Album Title: Riding a Black Unicorn Down the Side of an Erupting Volcano While Drinking from a Chalice Filled with the Laughter of Small Children.
* BadassAdorable: The Mechanical Girl, according to some character sketches Aurelio did.
* BaitAndSwitch: "Blue-Eyed Matador." [[spoiler: The matador thinks he's fighting [[{{Satan}} The Devil]] in the shape of a monstrous bull for his soul. Turns out The Devil is the beautiful woman in the stands, distracting him from the bull instead.]]
* BadassMustache: Well, technically there's also a beard, but who cares?
* BawdySong: "Zombie Prostitute", to name one.
* BeingEvilSucks: Initially mentioned in the last verse of "When You're Evil", but it's immediately revealed to be a lie.
* BerserkButton: If you're planning to visit or attend ''The School of Visual Arts'' in New York City, do ''not'' bug him during one of his classes.
* TheBigEasy: The setting of "Don't Go by the River".
* {{Bishonen}}: It isn't too noticeable in his recent pictures, but his pictures on Facebook reveal that he looked a ''lot'' like Music/{{Prince}} in the '80s.
* BlackComedy: "Dead:" "There's an infant that's been torn apart, now he's dead!"
* BlackComedyRape: [[CrossesTheLineTwice Cantina]]. Oh good lord, Cantina.
* BrainBleach: If you have a vivid imagination, then the mental images that "Cantina" gives you are this.
** "The Trouble with Tribbles" is that they're fluffy and they're cute but you can never find the hole. Then [[CrossesTheLineTwice comes the]] [[AssShove solution.]]
* BrainFood: BRAINS! G'dur.
* BreakupSong: "See You in Hell," along with several other songs from ''Boo Hoo'' (a breakup ''album'').
** Most of the songs on ''Heart-Shaped Wounds'' are also breakup songs, written either after his divorce with his wife or his breakup with his subsequent girlfriend.
* BullfightBoss: "Blue-Eyed Matador."
* ButtMonkey: Poor Luke Skywalker in "Cantina."
* CaptainObvious: There is a good bit of this in the first two verses or so in the song "Dead."
-->"There a girl with a hole in her heart / And she's... Dead!"
* CapturedByCannibals: "Cannibal Buffet."
* CardCarryingVillain: "When You're Evil" is essentially one of these simply talking about how much fun he has in being a villain, "cause it's so easy when you're evil."
** The man described in "They Know Me" fits this as well; he unabashedly steals from anyone and believes he can get away with it just because he donates to the church. [[spoiler: [[LaserGuidedKarma It doesn't end well for him]].]]
--> [[WelcomeToHell Finally you've come to a place]] [[IronicEcho where they know you well.]]
* TheCasanova: "Welcome to the World."
* [[StopMotion Claymation]]: He does it and teaches it.
* ComedicSociopathy: The Spanish version of "Day Of The Dead" is about one of the residents feeling the utter schadenfreude of the hapless American tourist's misfortune.
* CommieLand: And it seems he still liked it better than {{Joisey}}!
* TheCoverChangesTheGender: Done in typically beautiful fashion in "Bachelor(ette)," his {{Perspective Flip}}ped cover of the Music/{{Bjork}} song.
* CrankyNeighbor:
** Voltaire has to deal with one in "When You're Dead."
** He is the CrankyNeighbor in "The Man Upstairs."
* CurseCutShort: "The Dirtiest Song That Ain't" is riddled with this. It's the ''entire point of the song.''
* CuteMonsterGirl: She's a rotten kind of cute, to be exact.
* DarkIsNotEvil: Voltaire himself could be considered a living example. Although his gloomy look he's known to be funny, nice, and ironic.
* DealWithTheDevil: "The Devil and Mr. Jones" has an actor have the Devil and an angel have the man go either which way. The Devil tells him; "This is your fate, Mr. Jones, my dear! / Said the Devil to dear Mr. Jones / "You'll be loved by the millions and great at your task / but no one will see who is under the mask! / Cover your face, Mr. Jones, my dear / It gets hot as hell under the foam / and, like me, you will be in a crowd yet all alone..."
* DespairEventHorizon: "Feathery Wings." A guardian angel a la Film/ItsAWonderfulLife, trying to earn his wings and get back to Heaven, but his success rate apparently isn't so hot, so he's stuck here. In the final verse he has a complete breakdown, sobbing about how much he hates it here and how alone he feels since ''the mortals at least get to leave.''
* DisposableSexWorker:
** One of the options for hookers available at the disreputable brothel "Cathouse Tragedy" (From the song of the same name) is ''dead.''
** "Zombie Prostitute" is about the ''aftermath.''
* DisproportionateRetribution: The MC of "The Straightrazor Cabaret" attacks and mutilates members of the audience he [[HappinessIsMandatory thinks aren't enjoying the show enough.]]
* DoubleEntendre: "The Sexy Data Tango." TechnoBabble never sounded so dirty.
** "[[Series/DoctorWho It's Bigger on the Inside]]" plays with this as well.
* [[MonsterIsAMommy Dragon is a Daddy]]: The actual Dragon in the song [[spoiler: "Crusade"]]. Its AnAesop interpretation relies on a [[PoliticallyCorrectHistory "updated" history knowledge]]; cause of the songs namesakes provides [[BullyingADragon a additional layer irony]] to such a interpretation.
* DragonsAreDemonic: In "Crusade". [[spoiler:Subverted, as it turns out the dragon isn't anywhere near as evil as the narrator believed]].
* DrivenToSuicide:
** "Underground." Being dead and buried doesn't make getting dumped by the most wonderful woman in the world any less painful. Ultimately defied as the POV character ends the song having decided that the best revenge is not to kill himself, but instead to live long enough to dance on her grave.
** The opening lines of "Feathery Wings" imply that this is the sort of thing the angel is trying to prevent. "Trying" being the operative word.
* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies: "Zombie Prostitute" and "Reggae Mortis."
* FelonyMisdemeanor: In "Bomb New Jersey" one of the first reasons he lists why that state sucks is: "They all wear jeans that are Acid Wash, and yet they think I'm insane!"
* FilkSong: His forays into the SciFi Filk scene are very memorable. (Google "Sexy Data Tango." Or [[NotSafeForWork you could listen to "Cantina."]])
* ForTheEvulz: "When You're Evil" is pretty much this trope's unofficial theme song.
* FreudianExcuse: "The Chosen," a song from the POV of a (very insane) serial killer.
-->First time I had sex was three
-->First time consenting was 13.
* GenerationXerox: Implied by the ending of "Crusade".
* GlasgowGrin: "The Straight Razor Cabaret."
* {{Goth}}: And a dedicated one at that. According to his friend and colleague Frank Greshim, the two once took a skiing trip together, and Voltaire wore full goth garb, complete with guyliner and black hair dye, under his snowsuit.
* GreedyJew: Nodded to in "Coin-Operated Goi," which concerns the efforts of a heavily accented Jew to convert the eponymous Goi into "a coin-operated Jew, just like me and you."
* GroinAttack: What happened at the end of ''Death Death (Devil Devil Evil Evil Songs)''
-->''The Devil said, "Come here, young man,''\\
''My wife and I are your biggest fans!"''\\
''So naturally, I felt I had it made.''\\
''But then he Reached into an iron chest''\\
''And he picked the tool that he felt was best''\\
''And then he jabbed me, in the schlong''\\
''With a pitchfork that had sharpened prongs!''\\
''He turned to me, and winked and sang this song''
* {{Guyliner}}: Part of his regular attire.
* HairRaisingHare: The song ''Bunnypocalypse'' where the world is taken over by hordes of zombie rabbits.
* AHellOfATime:
** There's an amusing double subversion of this in "Death Death (Devil Devil Evil Evil Songs)."
** Played straight in "Land of the Dead" where he sings about how great it is to rule in the underworld.
* HumansAreBastards: The song "Oh Lord (Wake the Dead)" is mostly about this.
-->They act like rabid monkeys, chained up at the zoo,
-->And Literature/TheBible says that each of us is modeled after you.
-->Well hell that should offend you Lord, if it does here's what you do.
-->You just look down, shake your head.
* HurricaneOfPuns: If you can listen to "Cannibal Buffet" all the way through without at least ''smiling,'' you have no soul.
-->Oh, trouble was '''afoot''' -- they were eatin' mine\\
'''Toein'''' the party line,\\
I was startin' to feel, "these guys are '''heels'''"\\
But, the truth be told, these cannibals have got '''sole'''\\
Hey, '''numbskull,''' look at me, I got a '''bone''' to pick with thee\\
You ain't '''humerus,''' stop '''ribbin'''' me\\
Have a '''spine,''' '''bone''' up on settin' me free.
** "It's Bigger on the Inside" is basically one [[AccidentalPun long]] dick joke.
* HypocriticalHumor: Every verse of "God Thinks" ends with some variation of "God hates people putting words in his mouth."
* ILoveTheDead: "Dead Girls" and "Zombie Prostitute."
* IWillWaitForYou: "The Sea."
** "I stand under moors / Searching a sea of blue / And forever more, I'll wait here for you."
** Also in "Anastasia."
* ImAManICantHelpIt: "It's Normal for a Man."
* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: The {{Trope Namer|s}} is revealed to be a rebel plot in "Expendable", with Biggs Darklighter encouraging the worst shots he can find to enlist.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: "Almost Human" depicts The Devil as this. [[TheDevilIsALoser He's such a loser you feel sorry for him.]]
* InfantImmortality: Averted in "Dead."
-->There's an infant that's been torn apart, now he's... Dead!
* IronicEcho: The chorus to "Crusade," and it gains another layer every time it comes around.
* LargeHam: Basically in every song he acts like this.
* LeastRhymableWord: A hilarious example from "Straight Razor Cabaret." On his Website/YouTube page, he said that "[[GlasgowGrin face raper]]" was the only thing he could think of that rhymed with "straight razor." When it was pointed out to him that the two phrases don't actually rhyme, he decided he didn't care.
* ListSong: "God Thinks" is a list of various claims of people claiming it "God's message," with a few of his own thrown in.
* LongTitle: "Death Death (Devil, Devil, Devil, Devil, Evil, Evil, Evil, Evil Song)" Which is why he and the fans usually shorten it to "Death Death Etc."
** ''Riding on a Black Unicorn Down the Side of an Erupting Volcano While Drinking from a Chalice Filled with the Laughter of Small Children.'' He doesn't even fit it all on the album cover.
* LosingYourHead: In the song "The Headless Waltz."
* TheMasochismTango: "Stuck With You" is about a couple arguing and listing off all the horrible things they've done to each other... With an ending that's fifty percent [[BittersweetEnding Bittersweet]] and fifty percent {{Squick}}.
* ManlyTears: From "The Ship's Going Down:"
-->"For my son I had always a plan, for to raise him as best as I can. / Oh well you can bet, my only regret is to not see him grow to a man."
* MoodWhiplash: "Beast of Pirate's Bay:" "Well, Blackbeard the Pirate, you know for what he's feared. [...] His beard turned white and all agree, He looks like Santa Claus." A just a tiny bit later: [[spoiler: "This mighty whale was in such pain, we both began to cry."]]
* MrFanservice: TallDarkAndHandsome, is he not?
* MurderBallad: "Ex-Lover's Lover" is about a man who plots the death of his girlfriend's current lover, with various means of disposing the body suggested. It's different from most Murder Ballad examples in that the singer chickens out at the end.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: In "Crusade," [[spoiler:the main character has this reaction when he finds out that the dragon was only fighting to protect his young]].
* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: He describes himself on his Website/MySpace profile as a "Neo-Victorian Gypsy Pirate Vaudeville Band."
** His album, "Hate Lives in a Small Town" adds {{Country|Music}} to this mash-up, and has been simply called "Gothic Country" by some of his fans.
* NewSoundAlbum: Almost all of his albums have a slightly different sound to them.
* NiceHat: Among them, a top hat and a black gatsby.
* NoodleIncident: Just what happened to him in New Jersey anyway?[[note]]Besides his childhood, and what happened during it.[[/note]]
* OffWithHisHead: In the song "The Headless Waltz."
* OlderThanTheyLook: Doesn't quite look fifty, does he?
* OpenMouthInsertFoot: "Dunce" is all about this. The lyrics lament the fact that the narrator always says something offensive.
* {{Otaku}}: Voltaire loves ElegantGothicLolita and also Japanese things it seems, though he also mocks it, especially in his comic ''Deady Big in Japan,'' which poked fun at every Japanese cliche he could fit.
** The image of him on his live album cover is chibified.
* OutOfGenreExperience:
** ''Ooky Spooky'' had swing music on it similar in style to Music/CabCalloway (though this seems to have been permanently added to his repertoire now, and appeared earlier in "Brains"). Then came ''Hate Lives in a Small Town'' ...A ''country'' album.
** He divulged in an interview a short lived idea for a Star Wars themed HipHop album named "Republic Enemy".
** He debuted his "country" songs on his summer 2010 tour and they don't sound too different from the stripped down arrangements of his normal songs, other than the lyrics not being about Goth culture and Star Trek...
* PepTalkSong / SelfEmpowermentAnthem: "Innocent," to everyone who is dealing with bullying.
* PerkyGoth: Despite the goth look and generally dark songs, he can be a funny guy.
* PerspectiveFlip: Aside from "Bachelor(ette)," there's "Day of the Dead." In English is about a tourist getting freaked out when undead start showing up to party for Day of the Dead. The Spanish version? One of the Mexican natives laughing at the tourist in the English version.
* PlaceWorseThanDeath: New Jersey, clearly if "Bomb New Jersey" and "Hell in a Handbasket" are any indication.
* PointyEars: On several album covers, before getting an operation to give himself RealLife pointy ears.
* {{Pun}}: Often, but ''[[BiTheWay BiTrektual]]'' stands out as just blatantly obvious. The fact that the cover of the album has Voltaire cosplaying [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars Clone Wars]]-era [[Franchise/StarWars Obi-Wan Kenobi]] ''MAKING OUT'' with [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Hiraku Sulu]] (complete with FootPopping from Sulu).
* RaisedByWolves: "Raised by Bats".
* RavenHairIvorySkin: In "Ravens Land":
-->''Ravens land upon her hair\\
Clouds adrift on her skin''
* RedShirt: His song "Expendable" from ''[=BiTrektual=]'' is all about this trope.
* ReligionRantSong: Several, most notably "God Thinks", "Hell in a Handbasket", and "Oh Lord (Wake the Dead)".
* {{Robosexual}}: The king in his new song "The Mechanical Girl". King's wife leaves him and runs off with his steed, king demands inventor's robotic replacement for a dead daughter as his new wife, king tries to sleep with said robot, she attacks him with rocket launchers and flamethrowers, kills him and lays his kingdom to waste, returns home to dad. Lesson: Never steal a man's daughter from him. Especially if she has rocket launchers and flamethrowers. He was going to pitch a show based on this...
** "The Sexy Data Tango", obviously.
* RobotGirl: "The Mechanical Girl".
* SatanIsGood: A concept explored in "Almost Human".
* ScoobyDooHoax: [[spoiler: The so-called "Beast" in "The Beast of Pirate's Bay" is actually just a beached whale that had tried to escape from whalers. The narrator tried to help it get out to sea when he was a boy, but the only thing he could do was keep people away by writing a sign and making up stories to scare people off.]]
* SeeYouInHell: The song of the same name.
* ShoutOut: In the song "To the Bottom of the Sea," right after the stanza: "Down at the bottom were treasures galore / But guarding so greedily / Was an angry horde of skeletons with swords / Down at the bottom of the sea! / You can hear someone shout "[[VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft For the Horde!]]"
** He gives one to ''himself'' in "Alchemy Mondays," when he says: "Hold everything, they're playing my song..." The music stops, and we're treated to a line from "When You're Evil".
** There's also this bit from "[[VampireDance The Vampire Club]]:" "Dressed in black from toe to head / Singing: [[Music/{{Bauhaus}} "Bela Lugosi's still undead!"]]" Both songs are each basically a long ShoutOut and AffectionateParody of the New York City goth scene from start to finish, with tongue in cheek references to real people. And are thus SugarWiki/FunnyMoments for those familiar with the scene.
** There are also plenty of allusions to or paraphrasings of lines from "[[Music/{{Queen}} Bohemian Rhapsody]]" in "Hell in a Handbasket".
** "Graveyard Picnic" is basically a long love letter to Creator/EdgarAllanPoe.
** "Don't Go by the River" has a ShoutOut to Lestat from ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles.''
** ''Bitrektual'', aside from the obvious Star Trek and Star Wars, also has lines referring to or quoting: ''Franchise/BattlestarGalactica'', ''Series/DoctorWho'', ''Series/BabylonFive'', ''Series/StargateSG1'', ''Film/GalaxyQuest'', among others.
* SouthOfTheBorder: "Day of the Dead".
* SpaceWhaleAesop: The aesop of "The Mechanical Girl":
-->Never take a child away from a loving parent. Especially not ones who make children who shoot rockets from their eyes.
* StealthPun: An easily missed one from "When You're Evil." It's rather brilliant, seeing as the meaning completely changes depending on how you're hearing it:
-->To the gentlemen, I'm Misfortune; to the ladies, I'm Surprise
-->(To the gentlemen, I'm Miss Fortune; to the ladies, I'm Sir Prize)
* StockNessMonster: "Beast of Pirate's Bay". May also constitute as a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}. Also mentioned in "To the Bottom of the Sea."
* StopBeingStereotypical: The original version of "Vampire Club' is one towards particuarlly pretentious goths he often saw at clubs.
* StraightGay: Han Solo, apparently, in "Cantina":
-->I never would've that pirate was a homo.
* TakeThat:
** "God Thinks" has the immortal lines: "And I... I know what God thinks: God thinks you're an idiot!"
** Another one in "Hell in a Handbasket": "Oh, good Lord... We both know Hell don't exist Except in the minds of the poor fools who believe!"
** "Bomb New Jersey" is all about how much Voltaire wants to take revenge against New Jersey for sucking so much.
** "Hell in a Handbasket" has another jab at New Jersey, when he says he'd rather be dead and in Hell than "alive and kicking in Jersey anyday."
** "Death Death (Devil, Devil, Devil, Devil, Evil, Evil, Evil, Evil Song)" has a shot at UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush.
** He changed the lyrics to "Vampire Club" from targeting whiny, pretentious patrons at goth clubs to making fun of Literature/{{Twilight}}.
* TheSomethingSong: "The Happy Song". Also "Lovesong", but that's a cover of Music/TheCure.
* UnderTheSea: "To the Bottom of the Sea."
* {{Unicorn}}: Voltaire's unicorn from the cover of ''Riding a Black Unicorn Down the Side of an Erupting Volcano While Drinking from a Chalice Filled with the Laughter of Small Children'' is big, black, and [[CoolHorse badass.]]
* VillainSong: "When You're Evil" is one of his most popular songs.
** Also "BRAINS!".
** "Death Death (Devil, Devil, Devil, Devil, Evil, Evil, Evil, Evil Song)"
** "Almost Human" starts out as one, with Satan spitting out his lines defiantly, until a little way through when it morphs into his VillainousBreakdown.
* TheVillainSucksSong: "Robber Baron" could qualify.
* ZombieApocalypse:
** "Brains" with the ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' using the song to boot. The alien turns the entire town into mindless zombies within the show.
** "Fear and Anguish," "Zombie Prostitute," and "Reggae Mortis." "Zombie Prostitute" and "Reggae Mortis" both feature zombies, but the only one that can really be described as an apocalypse is "Fear and Anguish." Even there it was only one zombie which just announced the horrors to come before collapsing.