Did You Catch the Most Metal Cameo in the Last Game of Thrones Episode?

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Spoilers for the last episode, you readers



That incredible white walkers vs. the wildlings battle which took place in the Hardhome episode hid some faces that made the whole thing just a little more metal.

The band Mastadon were among the many wildlings that took part in the fight. The Wall Street Journal has the story:

Brann Dailor, Bill Kelliher and Brent Hinds of Mastodon, the Atlanta-based group known for epic thrash albums such as "Crack the Skye" and "Leviathan," were cast as shaggy Wildlings that didn't escape the attack by the White Walkers and their Army of the Dead on the encampment at Hardhome, North of the Wall. After the massacre, they become wights themselves, ready to serve the White Walkers' ruler, the Night King.

It is "probably one of the most amazing sequences on the show, as a whole," drummer and lyricist Dailor told Speakeasy in a telephone interview Monday. He should know: "Game of Thrones" is a "rallying point" for the band and its crew, he said.



It's tough to tell whether they brought their own wardrobe or whether the production department had to dress them.

Nuclear Detonation Confirmed! Fallout 4 Officially Has Been Officially Announced

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Fallout 4 has been officially confirmed with the arrival of this brand new trailer.  Watch the video above and follow a handsome pup through an all new, significantly more colorful wasteland.  

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Is it weird that I'm excited about all those people who are about to die horribly?  

The trailer brings loads of new stuff to see, but perhaps weirdest of all, the guy we assume is the player character has an audible line of dialogue! 

What's the Deal with Dorne?

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In a Seinfeld parody they really nailed the terrible comic timing of Game of Thrones: The Dorne Adventure.

They also got that Sand Snakes fight scene down pat:

Steven Seagal Went to Russia, Did Something Resembling Martial Arts

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Look, we're no martial arts experts here. We couldn't tell you the difference between judo, akido and a haiku. Still, Steven Seagal's recent appearance in Russia made us question just how much he was doing and how much the other guys were able to so dramatically fall.

He just looks so tired.

Also, it's probably exhausting being BFFs with Vladimir Putin.