Daily Archives: December 5, 2010

Juggalo Band Twiztid – monoxide child Attacks Female Fan at concert


Original video taken down as juggalette was harrased by juggalos. Reuploaded many times now – Fair use policy.

We can see now where juggalos get their violence from – heres monoxide child attacking a innocent fan at a concert . The Female fan had her phone damaged and her arm badly hurt by the violent action of Twiztid member monoxide child.

As one juggalo says Monoxcide child did NOT have a right to kick someone’s personal PROPERTY out of their hand and INJURE a BODY PART. She had a right to film, seeing as the venue allowed it. Most venues determine whether or not people are allowed to film or take pics at request of the PERFORMERS BEFOREHAND. If they didn’t want it to be filmed so badly, they would have mentioned that to the venue management.

What surprise? It’s always the same damn thing.

Paul Methric you should be ashamed and to the poor fan attacked at the concert i hope you also learned that the juggalo family is not real.

JUGGALO TOY DRIVE


IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE THAT VIDEO GO AND WATCH IT RIGHT NOW ! THEY EVEN HAD TO SPELL IT OUT WHAT CAN AND CANNOT BE DONATED AND TELL THEM THE MINIMUM AMOUNT TO SPEND ! ICP LOVES TO HUMILIATE THEIR FANS ! ROFLMAO COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER UNDER SECTION 107 OF COPYRIGHT ACT OF 1976 ALLOWANCE IS MADE FOR “FAIR USE” FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM,COMMENT,NEWS REPORTING,TEACHING,SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH. FAIR USE IS PERMITTED BY COPYRIGHT STATUE THAT OTHERWISE BE INFRINGING. NON PROFIT,EDUCATION AND PERSONAL TIPS THE BALANCE IN FAVOR OF FAIR USE.

Twiztid new album = Dismembered + delusions of Detroit rap


New album again has a violent theme – a great idea for their violent fans .

While all bands like to tout their influences, few are as unabashed about it as Detroit hip-hop group Twiztid.

“We’re the world’s best number two band, [Insane Clown Posse] is number one,” said Monoxide, who makes up one half of Twiztid, along with Jamie Madrox.

Twiztid and ICP are the predominant acts in the sub-genre often called horror core. While traditional hip-hop beats and samples are employed in horror core, the lyrics are typically dark, violent, and speak to those who don’t necessarily fit into the norms of society.

“We are an aggression release” Monoxide says of the violence in their music. “Don’t go out and be homicidal, vent your aggression through us. Everyday gets better.”

There is no doubt that the days have been getting better for Twiztid. The group released Heartbroken and Homicidal, its eighth studio album, this past September.

“It’s just a tide over and it gets us back on the road…but people are losing their minds over it,” Monoxide said of the new album.

Twiztid
Intersection, Grand Rapids
Dec. 14, 7 p.m.
$18 in advance, $20 day of show
sectionlive.com, (616) 451-8232
Included with purchase of the CD is a 28-page booklet with people’s “heartbreaking” stories. The only way to read these stories, however, is with a black light. The idea behind this unique packaging is that it allows fans to then use the liner notes as their own journal.

“Packaging is just as important as the music,” Monoxide said.

Aside from being on a national tour that will stop at the Intersection on Dec. 14, Monoxide and Madrox are looking forward to getting back into the studio. Monoxide says the new record is tentatively titled Dismembered, and is a big deal for the duo.

“It will be humongous … the biggest record we have released,” said Monoxide, who also said not even the duo’s label, Psychopathic Records, knows this title yet

While the Bill O’Reillys of society may view Twiztid, ICP, and the rest of the acts on Psychopathic Records as violent freaks, Monoxide and Madrox put little stock in the pundits.

“I’m not that pissed off right now … we got a career out of this s***,” Monoxide said. “A lot of bands came through Psychopathic and fell to the wayside. We did something right.”