|I Tamper With the Evidence at the Murder Site of Odin|
|Featured in episode||"Dethlessons"|
|Previous in album||"The Cyborg Slayers"|
|Next in album||"Murmaider II: The Water God"|
I Tamper With the Evidence at the Murder Site of Odin is a song by Dethklok.
It is the second Dethklok song to use odd time signatures, the first being "Go Forth and Die", although both alternate between different time signatures.
When Dethklok played this song live, Toki Wartooth was playing a guitar solo when an angered Skwisgaar pulled out the cord from Toki's amplifier, causing disruption within the audience. Following an argument between Toki and Skwisgaar, Toki, fed up with being in Skwisgaar's shadow, left the stage, thus prematurely ending the concert.
This song was later released on the Dethalbum II.
Music video Edit
Part of the music video for "I Tamper With the Evidence at the Murder Site of Odin" was seen in the beginning of the episode "Dethlessons". In it, Skwisgaar and Toki are on a battlefield clad in armor (Skwisgaar in white, Toki in black). Both are wielding swords. The two charge at each other and fight, but both are disarmed, and start to go at each other physically, trying to pull apart their bodies. Large statues of Nathan, Pickles and Murderface standing on thrones are seen surrounding the arena.
Although it is only a music video, the video also shows the contrast between Skwisgaar and Toki. Skwisgaar is wearing white armor and is sometimes called a "god". Toki is wearing black armor and is occasionally called an "angel of death". Skwisgaar is shown with a cape, while Toki is not, showing Skwisgaar and Toki's role as lead and rhythm guitarist, respectively. When they go physical on each other, Toki goes for the eyes, while Skwisgaar goes for the mouth.
When Skwisgaar returns to Dethklok after his brief departure, he can be seen wearing armor during his guitar solo. Although the armor is mostly the armor from the video for "Crush My Battle Opponent's Balls", the color of the armor is the same as the armor he is wearing in "I Tamper With the Evidence at the Murder Site of Odin".
You investigate the murders at the gates of gods
I tamper with the evidence at odin's murdersite
I can swim through time
I can't be killed
I have no way to die
You will hunt through life the physics of this world can't stop my crime
Draw your sword
I'll meet you at the battle rock
Space will see me through
I can't be killed I have no way to die
Spheres within this range will be my path my energy ignites
Helmet frigid wormhole
Deth in you
Time will twist your soul
Your blood goes thin
Your marrow burns
Your veins begin to burst
The speed it hurts and hurts
And strains your brain
As you spin forth through time
You meet yourself for one brief moment in an eclipse and watch you die
Your guts explode as you erode
You broke the code
The riddles solved
You made trip
You have evolved
You're the eclipse
You are a god
- "I Tamper With the Evidence at the Murder Site of Odin" has the longest title for a Dethklok song.
- The song is known for embracing the new growling style of vocals that is present in much of the Dethalbum II.