Twiztid

Twiztid / GameChangerWorld, October 7

Doors – 6:00PM
Advance: $20
Day of Show: $25
 
Twiztid
Protégés of the Insane Clown Posse and signed to the group's Psychopathic label, the Detroit-area rap duo Twiztid based their act on a similarly theatrical, outrageous, makeup-heavy image and an obsession with serial-killer horror films. Jamie Madrox and the Monoxide Child cast themselves as psychotic axe murderers on their 1998 debut album, Mostasteless, which was reissued with new artwork and extra tracks a year later in the wake of ICP's rise to national notoriety. Twiztid's second album, Freek Show, was released on Halloween 2000 in conjunction with ICP's Bizzar/Bizaar sets; Mirror Mirror followed two years later. The Green Book hit the shelves in 2003, with Man's Myth, Vol. 1 landing in 2005. The 2007 album Independent's Day featured numerous guest stars, including DJ Quik and tha Dogg Pound along with D12 members Bizarre and Proof. Two years later, W.I.C.K.E.D. appeared, the initials standing for "Wish I Could Kill Every Day." Monoxide produced most of the cuts on their 2010 effort, Heartbroken & Homicidal, and Abominationz landed in 2012 as the group's last album for Psychopathic. A year later, the duo issued the EP A New Nightmare on their own label. It was followed in 2015 by their tenth full-length studio album, The Darkness, with a pair of reissued remasters of Mutant, Vol. 2 and Green Book arriving in 2016. The pair's 11th set, The Continuous Evilution of Life's ?'s, arrived to the delight of Juggalos everywhere in January 2017. The album featured guest appearances by familiar faces like Blaze Ya Dead Homie, the D.O.C., and Lex "The Hex" Master, as well as rapper G-Mo Skee. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
 
Website: http://www.twiztid.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Twiztid/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/tweetmesohard
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officialtwiztid/
 
Moonshine Bandits
Backwoods bravado, patriot’s pride, country soul, keg-thumping beats — these are the qualities that Moonshine Bandits have championed since they began burning up the California club circuit back in 2003.
 Their message spread as they rolled from there through the heartland, the dirty South and beyond on their tour bus. No matter whether color their collar is or even if they wore a collar at all, people heard something of their story in their music — and popped back a cold one to celebrate that connection.
 Plenty of their trademark sound and message resonates through Baptized In Bourbon, their new album — reverence for God and country on “Red, White & Blue Collar”.
But there’s more — a new depth that encourages reflection, even hints of doubt. None of this compromises the defiant pride that’s always threaded through the songs of Bird and Tex, aka Moonshine Bandits. Still, something has changed since they released Blacked Out in 2015. 
 At heart, we’re all blu-core. We all hear some of our truth in what Moonshine Bandits are throwing down. Maybe it’s time for us all to be Baptized In Bourbon.
 
Website - http://moonshinebandits.com/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/moonshinebandits/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/MoonshineBandit
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/moonshine_bandits/
 
Blaze Ya Dead Homie
From his early days as an aspiring rapper from Mt. Clemens, Michigan, Blaze has assumed many aliases as he virtually clawed his way into the Underground Hip-Hop Scene, with merely a dream and an undying love for Rap to accompany his supreme skills.After a brief encounter with Jamie Madrox & Monoxide of Twiztid in the early 1990s, an immediate friendship was born, which would later lead to Blaze working for the legendary Psychopathic Records (former label of Twiztid, as well as Insane Clown Posse) toward the end of the decade. Blaze quickly worked his way up through the company, all the while honing his craft and developing a concept for his soon-to-be persona.One late evening, while attending a recording session in 1999 for the Island/Def Jam reissue of Twiztid’s acclaimed album Mostasteless, Blaze was asked to kick a verse for the track “Hound Dogs.” It was on that historic night that the notorious undead gangster known as Blaze Ya Dead Homie was born. Just as the fans welcomed Blaze with open arms, Psychopathic released his first full-length album 1 Less G In Da Hood in 2001. The record quickly became a landmark in the saga of Blaze Ya Dead Homie, establishing who and what the character is, and laying the groundwork for what he would become.In 2003, Blaze set out to headline his first U.S. tour, with the likes of the legendary 2Pac’s Outlaws as main support. One year later, he released Colton Grundy the Undying, the first themed record for his alter-ego, weaving the first of many mythical stories from the perspective of his undead persona. The record was so well- received by the fans that it went on to rank at #9 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Chart, and #16 on the Top Independent Album Charts. The following year, Blaze was approached by gaming giant Eidos Interactive to contribute two songs to the video game 25 to Life, and joined a who’s-who of label mates for the 2005 “Psychopathic All Stars Tour.” Blaze’s third full-length record came in the form of Clock Work Gray, released in 2007. He also joined ICP’s Shaggy2Dope for the “Fxck the Fxck Off” tour, and later that year jumped aboard Twiztid’s “Guillotine Tour” to promote the Clock Work Gray release.

Website - http://www.blazeyadead1.com/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thedeadmanblaze/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/BlazeYaDead1
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/blazeyadead1/
 
Whitney Peyton
If artists like Machine Gun Kelly, Eminem, and Missy Elliott miraculously had a pale love child that somewhat resembled Hayley Williams of Paramore, she would be just like Whitney Peyton. W.P. is a unique emcee, with a firecracker personality, hailing from the outskirts of Philadelphia, PA. Beginning close to home she became, and generally still holds the #1 spot on The Hip Hop Charts on Reverbnation.com in Philadelphia. Her continuous drive has also gained her several nominations (and wins) at the Lehigh Valley Music Awards (PA) for categories including “Best New Artist”, “Best Lyricist”, “Best Live Performer”, “Best Female Solo Artist” and “Best Hip Hop Performer” from 2010 through 2014. Whitney was nominated in the 2014 Tri-State Indie Music Awards (PA, NY, NJ, DE, MD) for “Emerging Hip-Hop Artist of the Year” and won.
Equipped with catchy hooks and relatable rap verses, she is the top voted unsigned artist in her home state on MTV2’s “On The Rise” contest and has been interviewed and played on numerous independent, college, and online radio stations. With no label or management, the rapper has also landed various TV spots, swept the pages of multiple magazines and music blogs internationally, as well as accumulated over 1 Million+ total YouTube views on her channel.
 
Website - http://whitneypeyton.com/
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WhitneyPeytonMusic/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/WhitneyPeyton
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/whitneypeyton/
 

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