Exclusive: Talking horror & music with Jamie Madrox of Twiztid

Since the mid-1990’s, Detroit has been the epicenter for a violent brand of music filled with big beats, distorted guitars, and peppered with lyrical tales of all things gruesome and horrific. One of the acts at the center of this movement is Twiztid, who’ve been consistently delivering new material since their official debut in 1998.

Despite the requisite subject matter, having two major-label albums in their catalog, and enlisting horror icons such as Reggie Bannister (Phantasm) to appear in their videos, Twiztid has remained largely off-the-radar for most horror fans.

With the release of their seventh studio album, W.I.C.K.E.D., Twiztid are looking to change that.

Fangoria caught up with Jamie Madrox, who along with Monoxide has been crafting Twiztid into a dark force worthy of it’s name for over a decade.

James Zahn (Fangoria): With W.I.C.K.E.D. the

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