Born of evil in a fiery volcano
On a mutilated mission to inflict
Merciless pain
Sacrifice your soul to the deity of death

She's concocted your murder
And you've lost all your defenses
She was summoned by the
Ancient wizards

To carry demon children in the
Poisonous flood
Day of her conception the prophecy
Was written
On the scrotum of a wizard in his
Testicle blood

Run but you can't hide
The hunt is on
Your life is gone
Eyes they will go blind
If looked beyond
Your life is gone

Sharpened claws poisoned tip manicure
Painted skin hiding the beast within
Daggered heels designed to cut your face
No remorse crushing the human race


Sharpened claws poisoned tip manicure
Painted skin hiding the beast within
Daggered heels designed to cut your face
No remorse killing the human race

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Castratikron Lyrics as written by Duncan Whitney Chris Tompkins

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    One of the funniest Dethklok songs in my opinion. Not my favourite, but definitely one of the funniest.

    Rusty_Shacklefordon December 21, 2006   Link
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    It's about the Castratikron, a bitch-beast-troll who bites off your nuts.

    Face Smasheron January 15, 2007   Link
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    This song is about me! Lol my husband always sings this song to me whenever he says I'm being extra bitchy

    gabrielle_Xon June 10, 2008   Link
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    Ok correction on the lyrics.. sorry.. "RUN but you cant hide the hunt is on your life is gone.." there.. other than that awesome song..

    d00dmanbroon November 18, 2008   Link
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    thats not the whole song but thanks for posting it anyway....i like the part when it say "day of her conception the prophecy was written on the scrotum of a wizard in his testicle blood"lolZZZZZZZZZZZZ

    wiliscoolon April 21, 2009   Link

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