Lars Gunblade of the No Talent Ass Clowns and avant-garde German recording artist Klaus Hitler have agreed to record an album together this year. The untitled project is currently in the recording phase.

Gunblade released a statement from his band’s tour blimp saying that he’s excited about the collaboration. “He’s one weird-ass motherf*cker. I have to respect that,” said Gunblade.

When asked for comment at his home in Dusseldorf, Klaus Hitler responded by saying, “I am impressed by the unrelenting stupidity of Lars Gunblade’s lyrics and music and I wanted to be associated with that. In Germany, it’s very hard to get hold of No Talent Ass Clowns CDs. I first heard them at a poetry reading in Hamburg and I wet myself immediately. I just didn’t know such music was possible.”

Klaus Hitler & Lars Gunblade: Evil Bookends

Although virtually unknown in mainstream American music circles, Klaus Hitler’s song “Farts in the Fatherland,” received heavy airplay on many underground and college radio stations. The song gained notice when it was included in the Penthouse article, “50 Songs to Listen to While Choking the Chicken.”Klaus Hitler - Farts in the Fatherland

The avant-garde musician says “Farts in the Fatherland” has been something of a problem for him. “I have tried very hard to remain obscure,” says Hitler. “I try to alienate listeners but this song has captured the heart of some people and that unfortunately has put me on the map. That’s not something I ever wanted. In truth, an album with Lars could sink my reputation completely. That’s what I’m hoping for.”

No Talent Ass Clowns guitarist Vas Defrens says the two controversial musicians are very similar. “I listen to ‘Farts in the Fatherland’ all the time,” says Defrens. “Whenever I get back home to Rectal Hall, this song is the first thing I always play on my system. Thematically, I think Klaus Hitler and Lars Gunblade are definitely linked. It’s pretty easy to draw a line from Klaus’ ‘Farts in the Fatherland’ to Lar’s ‘Pinch the Loaf‘. It’s true.”


  1. Meat Pants says:

    Stupid song but the lyrics are brilliant.

  2. Hans Mueller says:

    Surely an American could write songs about farts. Why do we need to rely on the Germans to do this?

  3. Smegma977 says:

    Stupid video. Stupid website. Stupid people commenting here.

    • Tony the Pony says:

      You DO realize that because you’re making a comment that you’re calling yourself stupid as well? You know that, right?

  4. Frederick J. Worthington III says:

    I think the farts are a metaphor for something else. I may write a dissertation on this subject.

  5. Frank Rizzo says:

    I played this song over and over at work and it got me fired. Thanks for nothing.

  6. Timmy says:

    As I was watching the “Farts in the Fatherland” music video, my dog died. I’m sure it’s just a coincidence.

  7. Gunther Plutarsky says:

    I saw Klaus Hitler give a concert in Belgium last year. He seemed disoriented and only played one note over and over during the entire show before he eventually passed out. In spite of that, I thought he was great.

  8. Randy Randerson says:

    What really bugs me about Klaus Hitler is his name. How offensive. The name “Klaus” is truly horrible.

  9. Billy J. Kramer says:

    I visited Germany once and I farted in several of the cities mentioned in the song. That meant a lot to me.

  10. Not Lew Flapp says:

    “Farts in the Fatherland” is ten times better than anything the No Talent Ass Clowns have ever done. Period.

    • Carlos Danger says:

      Who the hell is Klaus Hitler? And who the hell is Lars Gunblade? Am I really THAT out of touch with the musical scene these days?