Czarface - Czarface Meets Metalface


MF Doom’s final album finds him collaborating with some of his biggest admirers in the industry, giving the villain a worthy foe. “Czarface Meets Metal Face” hit when MF DOOM was at a low part in his life, following his deportation to the United Kindom and the death of his teenage son. By many accounts, his live performances were slipping as MF DOOM slurred his words with little energy. But collaborating with both old and new talent brought MF DOOM back, if only for a moment. It’s an old-school album calling back to the underground rap of the early 2000s featuring all the funky samples, goofy skits and lyrically-dense hip-hop that defined the era. Beyond nearly half of Wu-Tang featured on the album, the album featured other rap acts like Vinnie Paz, Open Mike Eagle and Kendra Morris. The superhero-themed collab feels more like a real-time documentary capturing MF DOOM’s supervillain legacy on hip-hop.



The Metal Finger Villian, aka King Geedorah, aka Victor Vaughn, aka MF DOOM, was one of the most prolific underground rappers and producers in hip-hop. The death of MF DOOM’s real-world brother, DJ Subroc, was the tragic origin story of this comic book villain turned hip-hop legend. Unbound by fears of lawsuits or the macho “keep-it-real-ism” of his time, MF DOOM embraced the nerdy, uncool things that helped him grieve for years after his brother's death. Smoking weed and sampling the cartoons he was watching for his beats was how he would spend his time beyond villainous escapades. MF DOOM would pass away on Halloween 2020.



  1. Take Your Medicine
  2. Meddle with Metal
  3. Badness of Madness
  4. Close Talker
  5. Forever People
  6. Captain Crunch
  7. Don't Spoil It
  8. Phantoms (Feat. Open Mike Eagle & Kendra Morris)
  9. Bomb Thrown
  10. You Masked for It
  11. Astral Traveling (Feat. Vinnie Paz)
  12. Nautical Depth
  13. Stun Gun
  14. MF Czar
  15. Captain Brunch
  16. Sleeping Dogs
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