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BOONDOX Announces Live Digital Friday The 13th Experience; “Crimson Krow” Pushed Back But New Single With Saving Abel Out Now!

Good evening, ninjas! The Southern Scarecrow Boondox of Majik Ninja Entertainment recently announced that he will be broadcasting a live digital experience with The R.O.C. and Insane E scheduled for Friday, November 13th, 2020 at only 9 dollars a ticket! You can already scoop up tickets at this link below: https://store.livefrom.events/collections/boondox

You can catch the promo for the special Friday the 13th digital experience at the link: https://www.facebook.com/boondoxofficial/videos/655100745368438/?t=0

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Now it has come to our attention that Boondox’s highly anticipated LP “Krimson Krow” has been pushed back for the Winter of this year instead of the Fall. So we’re guessing around December perhaps? But despite this, Boondox has teamed up with modern rock legends Saving Abel for his newly released banger of a track titled “K-7 Lethal”! Peep the fresh lyrical video below from Boondox’s new Youtube Channel!



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  1. Jake Jeckel

    Jake Jeckel

    Comment posted on Monday, November 2nd, 2020 06:40 pm GMT -5 at 6:40 pm

    I knew the album would be pushed back when they announced that Mauxuleum and Cadaver were being released in October, and when Paul said that the new Twiztid’s new album comes out on Black Friday, and Redd’s album comes out on November 13th. Honestly I call bullshit, because that’s no different than what happened to him on Psychopathic Records with his album being pushed back, and I see him being the next one gone, and him going to Mobstyle. But I think this will actually be released in 2021 not 2020, so until the preorders go up, and it says 2020, I don’t believe it. But the new song is actually pretty dope, and I can see this being leaps and bounds better than The Murder (which was his worst release in my opinion), so this has me pretty intrigued.

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