Brutal Legend gives us an opening of Jack Black taking you (the player) to a music record store and showing you the rarest of all records in history, which is called, of course, Brutal Legend. This brings up the menu for choosing the single-player campaign, multiplayer, extras, and vise versa.
The story follows the adventures of Eddie Riggs, the greatest roadie of all time. A roadie does all of the grunt work from behind the scenes. From building the stage to sweeping the floors. The opening kicks it up in modern times, when metal has deteriorated into the crappy tween metal you hear every now and then, such is the cameo of the band Kabbage Boy. After an unexpected turn of events, Eddie gets sent into a whole new world ruled by the evil Doviculus. Eddie must gather an army big enough to defeat Doviculus and his demonic sons of bitches.
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