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Abigail Remeltindtdrinc
Background information
Sex Female
Mortality Alive
Role Producer for Dethklok
Affiliations Dethklok
Voiced by Janeane Garofalo (Season 4)
Raya Yarbrough (Doomstar Requiem & AOTD)
Quote open You guys are burnt out, and deep down, you’re worried that you don’t have anything left to say. Quote close
— Abigail Remeltindrinc to Dethklok in Writersklok

Abigail Remeltindrinc is the producer Crystal Mountain Records hired after the studio was unhappy with the performance of Dick Knubbler. She is introduced in Writersklok, and in Going Downklok she becomes a love interest of Nathan. However, this potential fling does not develop into a full relationship as of the events in Army of the Doomstar.


Abigail initially complies to a strict level of professionalism and comes off as rather serious in comparison to Dick Knubbler, but has an exceedingly more laid back approach than she first appeared to. At times, she finds the band's antics amusing, mostly due to the ridiculousness of the events they get themselves into. The band itself was defensive about Abigail's hiring over Dick and at first wanted him back as their producer but have since accepted her as their producer.

Dethklok, who are used to everyone including Offdensen walking on eggshells when dealing with them, are initially taken aback by her very frank attitude and blunt manner of speaking with them. She never hesitates to call them out on their excuses and bad habits. Unlike most other women they encounter she is also completely unfazed by their attempts to hit on her, and is able to efficiently retort their sexist jokes with her own quick wit. Because of all this, they develop a respect for her and she develops a more laid-back rapport with them.



Prior to working with Dethklok, Abigail worked with a number of bands. She gained a reputation for her unorthodox methods of achieving success. Her nickname was/is "The Record Cleaner".


Abigail's history as Get Thee Hence's record producer.

Season 4

Abigail was initially brought in to replace Dick Knubbler. Her first action as producer was to send the band on a vacation to inspire their creativity, which surprised the band as they were expecting her to be much stricter. However, the trip was in fact an trick to teach them a lesson about their lazy behaviors, as she made no further arrangements for them other than booking them a modest flight in coach class to an undisclosed country in the Middle East.

As none of them bothered packing luggage, bringing money, or booking accommodations, the five end up spending a week lost and hungry on the streets, and are eventually kidnapped by the soldiers of a local warlord, being confused for women. Still, Abigail was correct that the experience did get Nathan Explosion over his writers' block, and also forced the band to fend for themselves for once.

Dick didn't initially like the idea of being replaced and tried to sweet talk her, which had no effect on her. She rehires him as the band's main engineer after admitting that he had good mixing skills.


Abigail in Going Downklok.


Abigail getting stabbed.

In "Going Downklok", while all the band members at one point or another hit on Abigail, Nathan and Pickles seemed to be the most afflicted as they developed a rivalry over their attractive co-worker. During the band's recording segregation, Nathan goes down on Abigail in the heat of the moment, but she expresses regret and quickly leaves. Distancing herself from Dethklok, she is shocked during "Dethdinner" when Nathan claims the two are a couple. Pickles has a meltdown and quits the band, setting the stage for Dethklok's breakup and Salacia's rise.

In the finale, Abigail attends the funeral for Roy Cornickelson. She sits next to Toki and Magnus, on the other side of the venue from the rest of Dethklok. In a heated turn of events, she is stabbed and kidnapped by the Revengencers, along with Toki.

Doomstar Requiem


Abigail is crucified in a Petrine Cross.

Held in the clutches of Magnus and the Revengencers, Abigail is tortured alongside Toki, although she is not shown to be treated as brutally. She can be seen with ripped clothing and a disheveled appearance, frequently with a disturbed look on her face. During the song Abigail's Lullaby, she attempts to calm Toki. The lyrics reveal that she has likely began to descend into madness, as she details all the horrific things that 'they' will do to the both of them as she sings to the guitarist and the nearby animals.

Later on, Abigail is hoisted up on an upside-down cross next to Toki in order to be crucified for the Revengencers' plan. Before the plan can succeed, Dethklok rushes in to save her, and removes her from the premises. At the very end, she and Nathan share a passionate kiss as a gesture of 'thanks' to him for having saved her life.

Army of the Doomstar


"Nathan, please stand up."

Abigail shows up unceremoniously at the memorial processions for Ishnifus Meaddle in order to confront Nathan, who's determined to marry her. She rejects his proposal, explaining that she only gave him a kiss because he saved her life, and that she was still not interested in pursuing a romantic relationship with him. She goes on to talk about how she's attended therapy to cope with the events of Doomstar Requiem, and that she struggles to remember much of the details. After rejecting Nathan, she wishes him farewell, and leaves, much to his dismay.

Murderface, possessed by the demonic Mister Salacia, uses the happenings with Abigail against Nathan, stating that she was only 'with him' because she was afraid of getting fired. This was likely just a lie to manipulate him, as she has stated several times that she has her own boundaries regarding sleeping with those she works with, and she also makes it clear that she never saw her and Nathan as an 'item'.


In Nathan's memories.

Near the performance of the proper Song of Salvation, although she is not present physically, Nathan shouts out his apology to her, stating that he respects her and wishes her to be happy. She can also be briefly seen in a flashback sequence near the end of the film during the final battle against Salacia.


  • Abigail's name is likely a reference to King Diamond's (who voiced the Blues Devil in "Bluesklok") second solo album Abigail.
  • She is the first female main character who is neither related to the band nor a love interest for any of them (Liz Bane was a secondary character).
  • Her surname is a play on the words "remelting", a term use to describe recycling metals (likely a joke at the band as they are a "metal" band), and "drink". When read literally it reads "Remelt and drink".
  • According to her tribunal profile, she is 5'8".


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