The Most Metal Commercial of Super Bowl XLVIII is also The Most Batshit Crazy Commercial of the Year!
Metal was represented during the most expensive block of commercials of the year known to sports fans as the Super Bowl. The 48th edition of the big game featured a quick burst of Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" in a Beats Music commercial featuring Ellen DeGeneres, where she considers the music "too fast."
Dee Snider of Twisted Sister (who we absolutely consider metal) was featured in a commercial for Radio Shack which focused on the '80s and how Radio Shack is now modern with their new layouts and overpriced batteries and cables:
Quiet Riot (or maybe Slade) sold their song "Cum On Feel The Noise" to Goldie Box toys to change the lyrics to “come on bring your toys,” how splendid:
But the absolute best and at the same time worst commercial of the Bowl came from a local Savannah, GA personal injury lawyer named Jamie Casino who started his practice to avenge the loss of his brother. He also ends up smashing his brother's grave, which seems counterproductive. I mean just watch, if you have two minutes to be utterly confused and ROCKED:
This dude absolutely wins the internet and the Super Bowl, because he didn't even buy a national spot, and here the whole world is talking about him.