Drowning In The Static

Ima speak my mind on long distance relationships..

I’ve had my share.

But, if your dating long distance and haven’t meet, or have actual real plans on really meeting for real.. Like for reals yo.. Then Gtfo.

If you love someone far away see them, or have them see you. Now idiot. Fuck your excuses.

But……. If you’re both too broke, or just unable to do so..

Then you’re both just masturbating your hearts.

Don’t masturbate your heart, ya might hurt it.

Killator of Corpse Circus

First Photo: Bam Margera and I.

Second Photo: my friend Squeak on the left, Chad Nicefield of Wilson in the middle and I’m on the right.

FuckFace Unstoppable Tour, Billings MT. Very random show! Local act No Cigar opened the show and played a kick ass cover, of The Rolling Stones “Paint It Black”! That night I didn’t want to see Brandon Novak naked, but it happened.Zach Galifianakis was at the show too and staged dived. Some Australia guy on tour with Bam kept starting the mosh pits. Bam was pretty cool in person and Wilson rocked our faces off, plus their from my home-state Michigan! It was funny when I introduced myself to Nicefield, because we share the same name Chad. My copy of Jack Ass Two Signed by Bam also.

American Paranoia drops Tuesday November 12 on iTunes and on cd @ killdanieljordan dot com!
1. IMPOSTER2. AMERICAN PARANOIA INTRO FEATURING MAC MALL3. AMERICAN PARANOIA4. EVERYBODY HATES ME5. ITWON’TSTOP6. LIVING A LIE7. LAST DAYS FEATURING MASTAMIND

American Paranoia drops Tuesday November 12 on iTunes and on cd @ killdanieljordan dot com!

1. IMPOSTER
2. AMERICAN PARANOIA INTRO FEATURING MAC MALL

3. AMERICAN PARANOIA
4. EVERYBODY HATES ME
5. ITWON’TSTOP
6. LIVING A LIE
7. LAST DAYS FEATURING MASTAMIND

This is what the steps currently look like, where natas shot the “Life After Death” cover. Photo by Daniel Jordan, who signed to Esham’s Reel Life Productions.

This is what the steps currently look like, where natas shot the “Life After Death” cover. Photo by Daniel Jordan, who signed to Esham’s Reel Life Productions.

My name inside the booklet of the newest release from Bizarre of D-12 :)

My name inside the booklet of the newest release from Bizarre of D-12 :)

This is the interview of all interviews in regards to Mastamind and Natas, Everything from how his name was chosen, brawl with Eminem’s D-12 on warped tour, to the current state of his group Natas, and his in depth opinions on the state of underground rap and the wicked shit! If you’ve been a fan for a while consider this catching up! Courtesy of Slaughtercoreent.com for promoting this interview and Chad Catastrophic Carsten for putting it together :-)

November 2012 Album Of The Month: Twiztid Abominationz Madrox Version

I loved every second of this album. It’s everything Twiztid has done all wrapped up in one and proves the wicked shit will never die! I picked the Madrox version, because to me the bonus track is more solid than Monoxides bonus. But I feel lazy right now and I want amazon to take over. I will say this before that, my all time favorite tracks are “Coin Flip Lunatic” with Royce Da 5”9 and “Blood All I need”! They put an evil grin on my face each time I listen and never get old!

Editorial Review Amazon

Where most rappers celebrate the urban lifestyle with the same old themes and images, Twiztid peels away the gloss and exposes the innards…with an over-sized butcher knife. The demented duo, Monoxide and Jamie Madrox, take the hard edge of theatrical rock-and-roll and temper it with gritty hip-hop to create a musical monstrosity so dangerously real it must be hidden with facepaint! These two aren’t casual gangsters, but rather, they have painted personas that allow them to explore the darkest corners of the human psyche, from superhero fantasies to horror film legacies. With their ruthless raps, most recently on heard on Heartbroken & Homicidal (before Abominationz), the duo may explore every recess of their audience s experiences, every sentimental reflection, and every sinister urge. By becoming something unreal, Monoxide and Jamie Madrox are free to be real. Whether it s on-stage devastation, or home stereo infiltration, Twiztid s music will take you somewhere you’ve never been before. The scariest part is when you don’t want to come back…