Over the past few days, the comments have been pretty eventful on the Twiztid Facebook Page. Monoxide has even responded to a few ninjas who have left comments spanning all parts of the spectrum.
First up, Twiztid posted a Facebook Live stream about the Attack Of The Ninjas show that’s goin’ down in Salt Lake City, UT on August 26th. You can see the full video (which is less than 2 minutes long) below:
One viewer chimed in with a comment that sparked a response from Monoxide. You can see a screen shot of that here:
So there you have it…some sincere thoughts from Monoxide. I’m curious to see what you all think of his response. Twiztid have been relatively quiet among the back and forth between the two labels, so a response like this definitely came as a surprise. Thanks to Joey K for being the first to send this in.
Now, onto lighter and more positive news (especially for us Texas ninjas)! Someone made a comment about Texas on the same video, and Monoxide responded as follows:
Oh HELL yeah! Let’s make that happen guys! As always, we’ll keep you up to speed on everything MNE related! Until next time, leave your thoughts below!
As promised, Davey Suicide and Twiztid have released their collab single “Too Many Freaks” on 10″ Vinyl! It’s available in VERY limited quantities all over the nation, and at TwiztidShop.com!
You can get it at your local record store, or at TwiztidShop for $16.99.
The way that Mike Winegar was talking on the most recent episode of “The Hookup”, it sounded like TS got a few hundred copies, and the rest were dispersed throughout the nation. So if you’re a collector and want to get in on that, make sure you do it quick!
Chad Carsten (of Faygoluvers) recently got the chance to interview one half of the Demented Duo, Jamie Madrox for Vandala Magazine. It’s definitely a must read if you’re a Twiztid fan.
In the interview, Chad and Jamie go over hip-hop culture, The Psychomania Tour, Body Bag Syndikate, Davey Suicide, “The Continuous Evilution of Life’s ?’s,” the “Kill Somebody” music video, Mr. 8 Legz, MNE, a cover song that Twiztid did for Nirvana’s “Come As You Are,“ (Yes… yes I fucking just said that) and why Juggalos should not choose between either ICP or Twiztid.
Also in the interview some very interesting questions get asked, including “If Jamie Madrox “The Multiple Man” from Marvel Comics approached you with the Cosmic Cube in his hands, what super power would you wish for?” and “Which classic horror movie Monster from the Universal era best represents your personality and why?”
Excerpt from the interview:
Why should Juggalos not choose between ICP and Twiztid and just simply listen to the music and enjoy both for what it is?
Jamie Madrox: Because that’s what this is all about and that’s it’s always been about, is about enjoying the music. Put it this way. There’s Baskin Robbins with thiry one different flavor and you go in there and there’s all these things to try. Why would you not try them all? I’m not saying you can’t have your favorites. I know I go in there and I have me some pistachio ice cream and I love me some peanut butter. That don’t mean that I hate everything else. It seems almost, I’m trying to think of another word aside from just hating, I don’t know another word other than hating, but we’re firm believers that we do, we do well, I’m not worried. We will continue to school what we do hands down! So I know for a fact as far as people who enjoy or follow our work you guys will be happy. As far as everyone else that is not with us/our company, they’re not going to stop doing their music either, so that just means more music for you the listener. There is no reason to pick a side in anything. I think that’s idiot asinine shit to me, but that’s my personal opinion because I guess it’s my opinion and I’m entitled to it.
You can check out that full interview over at VandalaMagazine.com by CLICKING HERE.
Twiztid has announced their long-hyped convention!
Astronomicon is happening on February 9th, 10th and 11th in Sterling Heights, MI.
Tickets are currently on sale at https://www.astronomicon.com/tickets/ and VIP at https://www.astronomicon.com/vip/.
Check out the graphics below for ticket pricing and VIP package details.
They have announced Mick Foley, Sig Haig, Kane Hodder, and Twiztid as guests. More are still to be revealed.
Check out the links and announcement video below. (CLICK HERE, if video does not show up below.)
Here is the FAQ: