12 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Twenty years into their career, Twiztid’s horrorcore is as gory as ever. Indeed, their 11th album is a blood-curdling rush of personal torment and beats that sound like chainsaws and machine guns. “Kill Somebody” splatters G-funk with homicidal thoughts and ghastly screams, and “Psychomania” butchers eardrums with garish, in-your-face production. While the duo are no strangers to hard-rock moves, the post-grunge rage fuelling “Nothing to You” is an audacious display of their ability to hop genres.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Twenty years into their career, Twiztid’s horrorcore is as gory as ever. Indeed, their 11th album is a blood-curdling rush of personal torment and beats that sound like chainsaws and machine guns. “Kill Somebody” splatters G-funk with homicidal thoughts and ghastly screams, and “Psychomania” butchers eardrums with garish, in-your-face production. While the duo are no strangers to hard-rock moves, the post-grunge rage fuelling “Nothing to You” is an audacious display of their ability to hop genres.

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