The new trailer for Rick and Morty season 6 is out now and it features the Black Sabbath classic “Paranoid”! Like the previous five seasons of the show, Rick and Morty season 6 looks to be packed with a plethora of science-fiction action and lunacy.
The trailer, which you will find below, features Rick, Morty, and the family battling aliens (while also featuring a plethora of jokes). To further elevate the sci-fi mayhem is the Black Sabbath song “Paranoid,” which offers an additional element of adrenaline alongside the action taking place within the trailer.
Rick and Morty season 6 trailer
First trailer for #RickandMorty S6 🧪
Premiering September 4 on Adult Swimpic.twitter.com/wfaMMdlqpp
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How excited are you for Rick and Morty season 6? Here is hoping that season six may include even more heavy metal nods.
Speaking of Black Sabbath and “Paranoid” – Ozzy Osbourne and Tony Iommi recently reunited to play the song in public! To check out that performance for yourself, follow this link here. Ozzy also recently spoke to some solemn words and reflections that the late Lemmy shared with him prior to his passing.
In other news related to adult animation – the creator of Metalocalypse recently shared some updates regarding the Dethklok movie! Mike Judge also spoke to the idea of a live action Beavis and Butt-Head. A new Beavis and Butt-Head show recently came to Paramount+, and for those who don’t happen to have access to the streaming service, you can check out a free episode now! Follow this link here to check out that episode.
There is also a new Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie coming out! Per a description associated with the movie:
“Aqua Teen Forever: Plantasm features everyone’s favorite rascals, the Aqua Teens: the brainy Frylock, the mouthy Master Shake, the loveable Meatwad, and everyone’s favorite perverted neighbor, Carl, as they split up [and] then get back together to fight everyone’s favorite corporate overlord, Amazin, led by everyone’s favorite tech mogul, Neil (voiced by everyone’s favorite Peter Serafinowicz) and his trusty scientist sidekick, Elmer (Paul Walter Hauser, who is everyone’s favorite).”