2010年7月2日星期五

TWIZTID TALK HEARTBROKEN and HOMICIDAL

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Ever since Twiztid have returned from the Slaughterhouse Tour it has been impossible to step foot inside of the Lotus Pod. The two masterminds, Madrox and Monoxide, have practically barred themselves away from the public as they diligently work at completing their next major album entitled Heartbroken & Homicidal, which is set to be released September 21st.
For weeks they have arrived in the early hours of day and stayed until late at night. The sound of thumping bass can be heard throughout the entire building as thick plumes of smoke roll out from beneath the locked Lotus Pod door. They have been laying low, wrapped in their work on what we have heard is another musical masterpiece from the demented duo.
But through a twist of fate and the luck of the draw, we somehow managed to get inside the studio for an interview with Twiztid. This was our chance to learn about Heartbroken & Homicidal from the men themselves. The entire room was filled with the smog of bud and cigarette smoke. We could barely hear ourselves think as music blared from large speakers, giving us a small taste of what would be on the album. But we didn’t let that stop us as we asked them the questions that Juggalos have been pondering amongst themselves.
Monoxide would steadily listen to the beats they were creating, tweaking knobs and sliders here and there until it sounded just right. Madrox was lost in the same level of intense devotion to their craft, but he would pause now and then, long enough to give us the answers we were looking for.
The entire interview was done and over before we knew what had happened. The door of the Lotus Pod was once again shut in our face as the volume of the music rose. But what we were left with was the following interview.
HH: There is a lot of speculation going around over the title of your brand new album, Heartbroken & Homicidal. Can you shed any light on this title for us?
Madrox: To care for something - to love it and to cherish it - is, and can be, very meaningful. But when your THING that you care for and love is taken away from you or rejects you? Your world is crushed. You’re Heartbroken. Most people deal with rejection or loss of love or loved ones in passing and move on with their lives. But a select few lash out with bitter hate and malice toward anyone and everyone causing them to go homicidal. This album will deal with a variety of entries all surrounding those very people and the complexities of their stories.
HH: What can the Juggalos expect from Heartbroken & Homicidal?
Madrox: It's a musical expedition though the emotions that humans feel, act, and emote as their world closes around them. I'm sure a lot of people will relate to this record more than they will care to admit. Is that a good thing? Maybe... If it helps them vent rather than kill - definitely!
HH: Are there any special guests on Heartbroken & Homicidal you can tell us about?
Madrox: No, not at this time.
HH: What has you most hype about Heartbroken & Homicidal?
Madrox: Our sound is ever changing, yet deeply rooted in every element of what we do best - being ourselves! I’m hype after all these years myself and Paul still have the ability to do that. What's more real than that? Flat out!
HH: Are there any songs on Heartbroken & Homicidal that really jump out at you as your favorite so far? If so can you drop a little knowledge about them?
Madrox: We have a song called "Apple", it's very powerful and deals with current happenings in our America. It will make minds think about the surroundings they live in - it's real deep. And another called “PSA” that deals with the touchy subject of cyber bullying in a playful yet deadly way. There's two off the top of the dome.
HH: When Twiztid put out an album you guys tend to reinvent yourselves and your sound. Can you give us a hint as to what will separate the Heartbroken & Homicidal era from all other eras of Twiztid?
Madrox: A sense of realism brought about in a time of fakeness. While others follow the trends we may, or may not, have set we still continue to make our own decisions and raise the bar at will. We truly went outside of our comfort zone to capture what we heard in our minds for this record.
HH: Any other tidbits you can drop?
Madrox: After seeing that concept fan-art cover we previously posted on twiztid.com, I officially hate the players and the game. I'm out!

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