There's one person from my past still on my facebook that constantly talks about "gatherings" and "hatchet wear". Ugh.
When's the civil war.
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I do not, in fact, know what you are saying, and don't much care anyway.
We laugh now, but in a thousand years time, entire civilizations will kill each other over this.
If those future generations happen to be reading this, let me just say: hail Twiztides! In the name of Malinko, Peace Be Upon Him, we of the 21st century know that YOU are the true and rightful owners of the Holy City of Detroit! This is made abundantly clear through a close examination of the Hadiths "Kerrang!", and the Hadiths "Collected Internet Postings by ICP Forum Poster FuKtUpNiNja420".
May your hatchets and laser-guided plasma bombs bring death to the hated Shaggi heretics!
I see them getting tax exempt status in 20 years.
I had no idea there was a competitor for the Rapping Clown genre. Seeing them war amongst themselves is as much fun as watching Eric Cantor slap down Ted Cruz for pressing the debt ceiling Obamacare thingie.
They're more like proteges than competitors. Or rather they were, up until recently.
There's actually a frightening number of musicians trying to make it big in the Rapping Clown genre, but pretty much all of them are signed to ICP's record label, and do nothing outside of put in appearances at various ICP-sponsored Clown Rap festivals. Twiztid is, as far I know, the only one of these lesser Clown Rap bands to achieve any level of independent success.
ICP's label has a number of very similar (if not identical) acts that all considered part of the same "family." Twiztid is one. Dark Lotus is another, I think. Grundy. Blaze Ya Dead Homie. Myzery.
All basically the same inane shit in different packaging.
Isn't Dark Lotus literally just ICP under a different name? A friend of mine bought the album thinking it was a new Scandinavian death metal band, and it turned out to be Violent J babbling about Christianity or something.
Dark Lotus is ICP and Twiztid together as a single group. I used to work with a guy who was into all this Psychopathic Records crap (though he rejected the subculture aspect and was surprisingly a pretty cool, intelligent person otherwise) and he told me that apparently the idea behind Dark Lotus was to basically to an ICP that could be taken seriously as "horrorcore" or whatever, without all the baggage of the stupid Juggalo bullshit they had given birth to. Fans of the genre apparently think it was a success, I guess.
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