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Alternative Press Reveals Twiztid’s Next LP “Revelashen”; Drops This Black Friday!

Good evening, ninjas! The renown magazine Alternative Press (Nearly forty years of music coverage) just dropped exclusive details behind Twiztid’s next LP “Revelashen” and even revealed the track-listing and the release date behind the surprise LP. “Revelashen” officially drops this Black Friday on the 27th! But that’s not all! Alternative Press even premiered Twiztid’s new slamming single “Get Through The Day”.  You can peep it below!

“Revelashen” tracklisting

“Hallelujah”
“Blueprint”
“We Just Wanna Be Heard”
“Get Through The Day”
“Come Alive” (ft. Kid Bookie and Young Wicked)
“Clear”
“Hold Up” (ft. Young Wicked)
“Separate”
“Twinz”
“Laughable” (ft. Lex The Hex Master and Young Wicked)
“Change Me”
“Never Be Nothing”

Read the fresh Alternative Press coverage here: https://www.altpress.com/features/twiztid-revelashen-get-through-the-day-premiere/

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  1. baytownjuggla

    baytownjuggla

    Comment posted on Monday, November 23rd, 2020 05:32 pm GMT -6 at 5:32 pm

    Twiztid, the diabolical duo of horror rappers Jamie Madrox and Monoxide, are celebrating Black Friday 2020 by dropping a brand-new full-length LP, Revelashen. The album features 12 new tracks produced by longtime comrade Michael “Seven” Summers with Young Wicked and Scatteredbrains. In addition, the duo corralled Kid Bookie, Young Wicked and Lex The Hex Master for some features.

    Twiztid, the diabolical duo of horror rappers Jamie Madrox and Monoxide, are celebrating Black Friday 2020 by dropping a brand-new full-length LP, Revelashen. The album features 12 new tracks produced by longtime comrade Michael “Seven” Summers with Young Wicked and Scatteredbrains. In addition, the duo corralled Kid Bookie, Young Wicked and Lex The Hex Master for some features.

    Regarding Revelashen, the men of Twiztid decided to give themselves a break. “We feel like we threw away the gimmicks, theatrical storylines and the ‘everything has to be horror music or else’ vibe and came straight-up real and raw on ’em this time around,” they say in an email to AP. “Yeah, we still want it. We feel every song on the record speaks to that.”

    A surprise drop of anything is truly something to curl your toes over. Next year, though, Twiztid stans will have some reasons to stay home, wear masks and wash their damn hands. Next spring, the band will be dropping their full-on rock album (title to be announced), which will include the recently released songs “Perfect Problem” and the industrial-tinged “Rose Petal.” Madrox and Monoxide are making their wish list of potential rocker cameos while participating in what their manager calls “marathon pandemic studio recording sessions in effect.” When it feels like the world is slowing down, Twiztid sure AF aren’t.

  2. OneLeggedJuggalo

    Comment posted on Tuesday, November 24th, 2020 01:26 am GMT -6 at 1:26 am

    Another album that is only about 45 minutes of music?

  3. ElectroheadDante

    ElectroheadDante

    Comment posted on Tuesday, November 24th, 2020 03:33 am GMT -6 at 3:33 am

    The new definition of “full-length” these days. Which I guess doesn’t bother me too much, s’long as the songs are decent. Makes it easier to put on repeat.

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