Face-painted rappers deliver horrorcore hits such as “Raw Deal” with support from Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Boondox, Prozac, Wolfpac, and Scum
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Welcome to the Underground Tour
Twiztid: Like the crazier cousins of the Insane Clown Posse, the face-painted duo of Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child spray audiences with horrorcore hits (hip-hop with lyrics inspired by horror movies) such as “Down With Us” and “We Don’t Die.”
Blaze Ya Dead Homie: After serving in ICP’s road crew and playing hype-man to Twiztid, rapper Chris Rouleau found his calling under the alter-ego of Blaze Ya Dead Homie—a felled ’80s gang member who’s risen from the grave to deliver West Coast–inspired rhymes to zombie-embracing Juggalos.
Boondox: When David Hutto (aka Turncoat Dirty) became the first Southern artist signed to ICP’s Psychopathic Records, he did what any aspiring country-rapper would do: he donned the persona of Boondox, a killer scarecrow. Expect plenty of dark horrorcore and zero crows.
Prozak: This fixture of the Detroit horrorcore scene is best known for his work with Bedlam and Project: Deadman. Side effects include feelings of psychosis, best heard in the single “Psycho! Psycho! Psycho!”
Wolfpac: Founded by former Bloodhound Gang member Daddy Long Legs, this fixture of the Gathering of the Juggalos dabbles in grave-robbing and award-nominated adult films when it’s not scorching ears and imaginations with hardcore horrorcore lyrics about cemetery shenanigans.
Also Appearing: Scum | Bukshot | Midnight Dizturbance