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The Kevin Gill Show Episode 138 Featuring Jesse Leach (Killswitch Engage)

Our homie KG Kevin Gill has released the latest episode of his long running podcast, The Kevin Gill Show.

Episode 138 features KG interviewing Jesse Leach (Killswitch Engage). KG and Jesse Leach discuss the following:

Jesse Leach sits down with Kevin Gill to discuss Hardcore, Mental health, Cro Mags, Marijuana, Touring with Anthrax, PMA, returning to Killswitch Engage, Lemmy from Motorhead, Juggalos as gang members. being proud of who he is.

KG talks the upcoming Twitchcon with Kaiju Big Battel., Killthrax 2 Tour , Flex Your head Podcast and MUCH MORE! Recorded in person! Shoutout to

You can listen to episode 138 featuring Jesse Leach by CLICKING HERE or below.

Creative Loafing: Insane Clown Posse, Juggalos use strobes and Faygo to pull off joyously disorienting set for State Theatre in St. Pete

Creative Loafing Tampa Bay has releases a review of the Insane Clown Posse’s  The Great Milenko 20th Anniversary Tour show that took place on October 17 at the State Theatre in St. Petersburg, Florida.

The review is well written and positive as far as I can tell. The opening acts are all mentioned and there’s a a great write up on R.A. the Rugged Man’s set. ICP also got a positive write up for their Great Milenko set. Of course the mixture of music, strobe lights and Faygo definitely made this the “most joyously disorienting live shows”  this reviewer had ever had.

Very dope.

You can check out at by CLICKING HERE or check that out below.

Review: Insane Clown Posse, juggalos use strobes and Faygo to pull off joyously disorienting set for State Theatre in St. Pete

Throughout the course of its career, Insane Clown Posse has been considered many things, almost none of them good. The group has been called one of the most hated bands of the last 30 yearsand a “magnet for ignorance.”

And as of 2011, its notorious fan base, the Juggalos, has been classified by the FBI as a gang threat, a distinction protested by 1,500 Juggalos during a March on Washington in September, outnumbering a pro-Trump rally on the same day.

Yet as the recent march demonstrated, the Detroit horrorcore rap group continues to embolden people who feel like they’re outsiders. The group’s October 17 show at State Theatre in St. Pete, part of its The Great Milenko 20th Anniversary Tour, noticeably overlooked politics. But what remained was a freakish, demented and often very touching sense of community.

The Juggalos certainly came out for this show, some from as far as Daytona Beach. You could see it all: pocket vapes, the signature black-and-white clown makeup, neon-colored hair, ripped knee-length jorts for the guys, booty jorts for the girls, a Lucha mask, a bloody Jason Voorhees mask, any of a number of ICP shirts that are so beautiful and disturbing they blur the line between attraction and revulsion.

This show began with a string of rappers including Matt Mobley, Spilla, Detroit’s Ouija and Flint, Michigan’s Lyte, all of whom were clearly influenced by Insane Clown Posse. After all, when one attends an ICP show, one expects nothing less than the most violent, depraved lyrical content replete with swearing and punctuated by whoop-whoops — the birdcall of the Juggalo.

Besides, no one tells you how liberating it feels to let loose a whoop-whoop unironically.

Ouija approached horrorcore from a more modern, trappy angle with slickly produced vocals and heavy bass. Lyte, on the other hand, most recently featured on ICP’s version of Lil Wayne’s “6 Foot 7 Foot,” set out to prove he could spit bars like Yelawolf.

During Lyte’s set, a relatively empty mosh pit formed in the center of the floor, which is almost always a recipe for disaster. Young men in black t-shirts that read “Fucked by Satan” or “If you can’t take a hit, stay off the grass” rammed into each other and shoved each other back and forth.

At one point, a fight broke out among a few of the guys. Two of them ran straight through the pit towards stage left and smashed right into the crowd. Perhaps someone got pushed a little too hard and took it personally, but two, then three, then four guys threw punches. Ten minutes later, at least one person was escorted away from the show by security.

For a while after, it seemed like the crowd was a little afraid to get boisterous. R.A.the Rugged Mancame on next though, and during his set the crowd seemed too captivated to care. People either seem to have no idea who R.A. the Rugged Man is, or they emphatically know him and view him as a legend. Anyone who watched his set that night now likely falls into the latter category.

The New York MC began with a couple more recent tracks like “Definition of a Rap Flow” before asking the audience whether they wanted to hear some stuff from the 2000s.

“Or do you wanna hear some shit from the 90s?” he asked.

The crowd responded with an uproar of nostalgic cheers and whoops. He started in with “Every Record Label Sucks Dick” and “Cunt Renaissance,” a song he’d recorded with The Notorious B.I.G. the year “Born to Die” dropped.

At one point, he pulled out nunchucks and started whipping them around onstage. A few songs later, he disappeared from the stage only to walk through the crowd, fans vibing with the music and patting him on the back. Toward the end of his set, as he returned to newer stuff like “Holla-Loo-Yuh” and “Still Get Through the Day,” he took another stroll.

During these shenanigans, he never once slipped up on lyrics or flow, which was impressive considering how fast he raps. As he rhymed at hyper-speed, his head ricocheted from side to side like a caffeinated bobblehead in an earthquake. It was truly a sight and sound to behold.

Insane Clown Posse took a while to set up with the stage concealed behind a huge black tarp. Once the group’s set began, a giant clown emblem hung as a centerpiece bookended by two tables. Between the two tables, there must have been at least three dozen two-liter bottles of Faygo.

Anyone who is prone to seizures should not attend an Insane Clown Posse show. The strobe lighting was overstimulating, bordering on the point of nausea. At least every other minute, members Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope uncorked a bottle of Faygo and sprayed the crowd. Or they just threw the entire bottle and completely soaked a couple people in particular.

These two key ingredients (strobe lighting and Faygo) helped create one of the most joyously disorienting live shows I’ve ever experienced. I had no idea being doused in soda could be so fun, albeit disgusting.

The Juggalos couldn’t contain themselves any longer. As the group played the entirety of The Great Milenko, concertgoers moshed and surfed the crowd like the soda had soaked right into their veins and given them the ultimate sugar rush. In between songs, they whooped and shouted “Family, family!” to celebrate their Juggalo family bond.

All the while, fans chanted the lyrics with the intensity of cult followers, particularly for “How Many Times?” and “What is a Juggalo?”

“Anybody want to hear a scary story?” Violent J asked the crowd, who whooped back in return.

As the group performed “Boogie Woogie Wu,” someone wearing a demonic skull mask with sprightly, pointed ears appeared onstage, looking truly haunted like the sum of all childhood fears. Another creature in a ghoulish mask came out, and whenever crowd surfers made it on to the stage, one of these two goons would throw them back out again.

For the last couple songs, the group invited concertgoers onstage. By the very end of the show, the platform teemed with Juggalos chanting “Holy shit! Holy shit!”

It was easy to see why. Everyone was soaked, and the floor was sopping with spilled beer, sweat and gallons of Faygo. It looked like a hurricane had passed through a trailer park and touched down inside a single room. The place was filthy, but I’m guessing the Juggalos wouldn’t have had it any other way.

Because inside this interior disaster zone, they were all amongst family. And even though family fights sometimes, one could see how, in this room, one of the most reviled musical groups in history could also have such a lasting legacy.

Creating a community thicker than blood and a space where outsiders don’t have to feel like freaks, unless they want to, has always been one of the principal functions of art. And in that, Insane Clown Posse has been one of the most successful musical groups of its time. 

L.A.R.S. “Foul World” Mixtape Now Available for Pre-Order; Tracklist Revealed

L.A.R.S.‘s upcoming mixtape, Foul World is now available for pre-order on Twiztid Shop. You can purchase the mixtape along with a t-shirt for $20.

Foul World is set to be released on October 30th. Here is the tracklist via Twiztid Shop:

1. L.A.R.S
2. Put Me Thru
3. Fuck Yo Baby Daddy feat. Big T
4. Loose My Mind
5. Mothers Best Friend
6. Savage Life
7. I’m A Celebrity

You can pre-order the mixtape by clicking the link below.

LARS Rockstar Skull Shirt Foul World Mixtape Pre Order

Hallowicked 2017 Commercial Released!

We are less than two weeks away from the annual Hallowicked Clown Show!  This year, they’re doing things a little differently!  Instead of just the concert at night, it has turned into an All Day Event!  This will feature Four Rooms of Terror and performances by Vanilla Ice, Esham, ABK, Lyte, Big Hoodoo, Ouija, Zug Izland, and Myzery and the Spanish Side!

In preparation for this, Psychopathic Records just released a 3 minute long commercial detailing the event!  You can see that below:

For those who would rather read the details, here’s the update (with ticket link) that was posted earlier this month.



Click to enlarge!

That’s right bitch! It’s Hallowicked like you ain’t never seen it before. All day and all night, from 2pm to 2am, get ready for Hallowicked ’17 at the Russell Industrial Center in Detroit, MI! It’s goin down October 31st, featuring four full rooms of terror in a vast, cavernous, menacing authentic Detroit Juggalo ghetto funhouse that’s haunted for real…But don’t be skurred, richie lil bitch boy!

In chamber #1, The Blood Ball Room, we got concerts poppin off all fuckin’ night! With Insane Clown Posse – Vanilla Ice – Esham – Anybody Killa – Lyte – Big Hoodoo – Ouija – Zug Izland – Myzery and the Spanish Side – Motown Rage – Project Born! With music by Mike E Clark, DJ Clay, DJ Carlito, and Kuma, and MC Ghosts Rude Boy, KG Kevin Gill, and Jumpsteady!

Next up, room #2 we got The Doom Room, with JCW’s Bath of Blood (2-4pm), Juggalo Gladiatorial Combat (4-8pm), and later on that night Psychopathic’s 17 Moon Beams after party, from midnight til 2am!

If that wasn’t enough, try door #3: The Scarier Area! With Dark Carnival Games from 2–8pm, featuring an Into the Echoside heads-up tournament at 4pm, with a phat prize for that ass. If that wasn’t enough, there will be open gaming featuring all Dark Carnival Games, and ninjas on hand to demo your favorite DCG games! Or hit the fuckin hoops with the basketball tournament from 2pm to 8pm, featuring celebrity G.H.O.S.T. Get dunked on, son!

Last but not least, hit up the fourth and final chamber of madness: #4, The Fearsome Theater, your nonstop spot for a horror movie marathon like you wouldn’t believe. Kick back with the homies and let these timeless horror movies scare the shit out of you!!! Gore Galore!

That’s right, ninjas! It’s an all-day event, cuz we 17’n and ain’t nothin gonna stop this beamin. It’s goin down all fucking day and all night on Hallowicked Halloween.
Enter the four chambers of death and see who will survive! It’s Hallowicked ’17, like you ain’t never seen it before, bitch! It’s like a full-on mini-gathering in a venue that’s FOR REAL haunted as fuck! Who’s ready?

Tickets on sale now at:


Rittz announces the “Last Call” Tour (50+ Dates!)

With the release of Rittz‘s latest album Last Call, of course there’s going to be a tour following close behind to support it!  We just got an email blast from Strange Music showing the full tour which started up yesterday in Billings, MT and goes all the way through December 17th in Lake Worth, FL!

At the time of this post, there are 54 tour dates booked!  Joining him on the tour are Sam Lachow, Eric Biddines, and Rae Rock!  You can see all of the dates below.


  • 2017-10-17 – The Pub Station – Billings MT
  • 2017-10-20 – Emerson Center for Arts and Culture – Bozeman MT
  • 2017-10-21 – Top Hat Lounge & Casino – Missoula MT
  • 2017-10-22 – Knitting Factory Concert House – Boise ID
  • 2017-10-23 – Roseland Theater – Portland OR
  • 2017-10-24 – The Pin – Spokane WA
  • 2017-10-25 – El Corazon – Seattle WA
  • 2017-10-27 – Douglas County Fair – Roseburg OR
  • 2017-10-28 – The Senator Theatre – Chico CA
  • 2017-10-29 – Holy Diver – Sacramento CA
  • 2017-10-31 – Whiskey Dick’s Saloon – South Lake Tahoe CA – 21+
  • 2017-11-01 – The UC Theatre – Berkeley CA
  • 2017-11-02 – Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor – Reno NV
  • 2017-11-03 – Los Globos – Los Angeles CA – 18+
  • 2017-11-04 – SOMA San Diego – San Diego CA
  • 2017-11-05 – Club Red Mesa – Mesa, AZ
  • 2017-11-06 – The Rock – Tucson, AZ
  • 2017-11-07 – The Green Room – Flagstaff, AZ – 16+
  • 2017-11-08 – TheDive Bar – Las Vegas, NV
  • 2017-11-09 – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT
  • 2017-11-10 – Mesa Theater & Club – Grand Junction, CO
  • 2017-11-11 – The Roxy Theatre – Denver, CO
  • 2017-11-12 – The Roxy Theatre – Denver, CO
  • 2017-11-14 – Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, CO
  • 2017-11-15 – The Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO
  • 2017-11-16 – The Historic El Rey Theater – Albuquerque, NM
  • 2017-11-17 – Depot Patio – Lubbock, TX
  • 2017-11-18 – Come and Take It Live – Austin, TX
  • 2017-11-19 – Scout Bar – Houston, TX
  • 2017-11-20 – Trees – Dallas, TX
  • 2017-11-21 – The Cotillion – Wichita, KS
  • 2017-11-22 – Cains Ballroom – Tulsa, OK
  • 2017-11-24 – The Regency Live – Springfield, MO
  • 2017-11-25 – The Riot Room – Kansas City, MO – 21 +
  • 2017-11-26 – Pop’s Concert Venue – Sauget, IL
  • 2017-11-29 – Limelight Eventplex – Peoria, IL
  • 2017-11-30 – The Forge – Joliet, IL
  • 2017-12-01 – The Agora – Cleveland, OH
  • 2017-12-02 – Saint Andrew’s Hall – Detroit, MI
  • 2017-12-03 – The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI
  • 2017-12-04 – Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, MN
  • 2017-12-05 – Frankies Inner City – Toledo, OH
  • 2017-12-06 – Piere’s Entertainment Center – Fort Wayne, IN
  • 2017-12-07 – Lafayette Theater & Events Center – Lafayette, IN
  • 2017-12-08 – The Emerson Theater – Indianapolis, IN
  • 2017-12-09 – Trixie’s – Louisville, KY – 18+
  • 2017-12-10 – Exit/In – Nashville, TN – 18+
  • 2017-12-11 – The Syndicate Lounge – Birmingham, AL
  • 2017-12-12 – The Loft – Atlanta, GA
  • 2017-12-13 – Jack Rabbits – Jacksonville, FL
  • 2017-12-14 – Crowbar – Tampa, FL – Under 18 w/ Parent or Gaurdian
  • 2017-12-15 – Haven Lounge – Winter Park, FL
  • 2017-12-16 – Old School Bar & Grill – Sarasota, FL – 18+
  • 2017-12-17 – Propaganda Lake Worth – Lake Worth, FL


SCRUBS Crew Announces Hallowicked Flint Water Drive

In a sordid twist of events, it seems we’ve finally uncovered evidence of Juggalo gang activity in the heart of inner-city Detroit.

Those loveable tricksters and homies the SCRUBS crew will be hosting a charity drive, collecting water for Flint, MI, from Hallowicked attendees.

It’s going down Monday October 30th, 11am to 4pm, at 2011 Richton Street in Detroit, MI.

Stop by between 11am and 4pm on the 30th and drop off a sealed case or gallon of water. Dare to partake in this gang activity in the heart of Detroit on Devil’s Night! All proceeds will go to Catholic Charities of Flint, MI.

Let’s keep that F.T.T.B.B.R. hydrated, homies!

Contact the Scrubs on Facebook for more information.

Mad clown love!

Replicon Radio interviews Lyte; has Lex The Hex Master on this Monday 10/23

This past Monday, October 16th, the homie Lyte called in to Replicon Radio and discussed a bunch of topics including:

  • Growing up in Michigan
  • Being put on by Project Born
  • Signing to Psychopathic
  • What’s next for him

He also details how he saved the life of a suicidal fan who called him at 4 AM.  We even had a surprise call-in from Anybody Killa!  Check the entire broadcast below:

Listen to “Replicon Radio 10/16/17 – Lyte” on Spreaker.

This coming Monday, October 23rd, Replicon will be interviewing Lex The Hex Master about his upcoming album Beyond Redemption!  Check the flyer for that below:

Click the pic to enlarge!

Make sure to tune in at!

Krizz Kaliko Announces 32 Show “Talk Up On It” Tour Starting this December

That Strange ninja Krizz Kaliko has announced that he’ll be heading out on a major, 32 show tour that he’s calling the “Talk Up On It Tour.”

The tour will start on December 28th in Greeley, CO and finish off on January 30th in Butte, MT.

Tearin’ shit up on this tour with Krizz will be Slo Pain & Izzy Dunfore.

For more info and ticket information, hit up



ICP Releasing “The Great Milenko: 20th Anniversary Edition” on 2xLP Vinyl for Record Store Day’s Black Friday Celebration

As we’ve stated, November 24th is not Record Store Day but Black Friday. The organizers of Record Store Day will be celebrating this year by bringing the spotlight to independently owned stores, like record stores, by releasing some Record Store Day exclusive releases.

The Insane Clown Posse will be participating by releasing “The Great Milenko: 20th Anniversary Edition” on double LP vinyl that day! This is the first time ever we’ll get to hear the entire Great Milenko album on wax.

Check out more information on the release over at by CLICKING HERE.

Twiztid Releasing “Ain’t Been Right” 7″ Vinyl for Record Store Day’s Black Friday Celebration

November 24th is not Record Store Day but the organizers of Record Store Day will be celebrating Black Friday this year.  Independently owned stores, especially record stores, are great places to shop for gifts and the organizers see this as the perfect way to bring these stores into the spotlight. This is definitely not Record Store Day II although there will be many Record Store Day exclusive releases.

Twiztid is participating in this with a brand new Christmas release titled “Ain’t Been Right” which will be dropping on 7″, hand-numbered, green vinyl in time for the holiday season.

“Ain’t Been Right” is on the A-side of the vinyl. On the B-side we have the Twiztid & Blaze holiday classic “Sad Christmas Song.”

This will be limited to only 500 Copies.

Check out more information on the release over at by CLICKING HERE.

Chapter 12 of the 20in17 Docu-series titled “The 6th” is Now Available!

It’s now time for one of the best eras in the Insane Clown Posse’s entire history. The era of the 6th Joker’s Card; The Wraith: Shangri-la. I was definitely anticipating this album release as this was the first major ICP release dropping after I finally understood the Wicked Clowns. It definitely did not disappoint.

This is the Faygoluvers exclusive docu-series 20in17 featuring your homie and mine, Brandon Ward. This episode starts out with The 6th Sampler and leads into ICP going into hiding, 6th Joker’s Card predictions, the ICP seminar from the 2002 Gathering, The Wraith commercial, Thy Unveiling, Mike E. Clark, the Haunted House In-Store Tour, ICP on Howard Stern and more.

If you haven’t heard this shit, what the fuck are you waitin’ on, homie?

You can check that out by CLICKING HERE.

20in17 is also available on iTunesStitcher RadioSpreaker & Tunein

Check out the episode as well as previous episodes below:

Mike E. Clark calls on Prozak for potential PDM Reunion

I just saw something pop up on my Facebook feed that will definitely be of interest for you Project:Deadman fans.  After Mike E. Clark watched Eminem‘s recent cypher (click here to see it), it seemed to spark something inside of him.  He called for Em to be president, and even reaches out to Prozak on Twitter saying that it “Might be time!”

You can see the Tweet below.


Does that mean we may see some new PDM material sooner than later?!  Let’s all keep our collective fingers crossed!

San Antonio Juggalo Saves Another’s Life at The Great Milenko Tour

Juggalos, it’s with great honor and respect that I get to share a story with you that I heard about over the weekend.  I was contacted by a friend of mine whose coworker knew someone at the San Antonio stop of The Great Milenko Tour.  During the show, something happened with a Juggalo in attendance, and another Juggalo sprung into action and essentially saved this ninja’s life.

I was given the contact info to this Juggalo hero named James Z., aka Hillbilly James.  He told his story as follows:


So I was at the Great Milenko show at Alamo City Music Hall and we were all having a great time…..chilling with the fam.  About halfway through the ICP set, a guy was carried out of the crowd.

Out of instinct for some reason I helped carry him outside, because that’s what fam does.  When we got him outside, some chick checked if he was breathing, and he wasn’t.

I don’t know CPR at all, but something just told me I have to help this kid. (I don’t know who he his but I would like to get in contact with him if he sees this.)

I started what I thought was CPR from what I’ve seen in my life.  I did chest compressions, then gave him mouth to mouth.  That’s when he came to.  The guy fell out and stopped breathing 3 times on us.  Seems I was the only willing to help him though.  I stayed with him till the ambulance arrived and they hauled him off.  The good thing is that this guy woke up to see another day.

Hillbilly James

WOW.  Much props to James for the quick thinking and actions!  It’s because of you that this ninja is hopefully still breathing today!  You are truly a hero, homie!  If anyone knows the Juggalo that James saved, please hit us with an email at!

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