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…
September 2012 Album Of The Month “Mad Child:Dope Sick” & Don’t Sleep On These Releases Part VIII
By Chad Thomas Carsten
I’m in joy to write that the battle axe warrior Shane Bunting aka “Mad Child" is now completely liberated from the chains of his past indiscretions. This phenomenal debut is Mad Child’s most personal bars to date! Brutally honest and bone chilling, "Dopesick" is an nightmarish battle through the flames of hell with oxycontin. He lost over 3 Million dollars over this addiction! On this release Mad Child finally comes out the champion, as he vanquishes all his inner demons, that pushed him into the lake of fire and almost triturated his entire Hip-Hop career. “Dopesick" is the key to the little monster’s locked away personal private journal. It’s an Masterpiece!
Don’t Sleep On These Releases Part VIII
Saginaw Michigan’s “KGP” slaughtered every beat on his latest release "United Corpse Of America", with his own brand of Horrorcore Wicked Shit! Tracks like "Piss On The Enemy"(featuring Smallz One) and "Swarm" (featuring Claas) will no doubt bring the apocalypse to your very own living room and infest your recording studio with an zombie mosh pit from hell!
The Nerdcore God "MC Chris" just dropped "Apple Lung" on his birthday! It features brand new remixes of "006", "Hoodie Ninja" and even "IG88"! So what are you waiting for, check the official facebook page of MC Chris and download it for free!
Do you love the classic horror movies from the late 1970’s and 1980’s?! Well your in luck! Horrorcore Hip-Hop veteran “Lo Key” decided to pay homage to the classics like "Sleepaway Camp" & "Texas Chainsaw Massacre", by making a short film titled "Chainsaw Symphony"! Cop it right here http://lokerecords.bigcartel.com/product/chainsaw-symphony-dvd, if you want a time warp back to the glory days of Wes Craven and John Carpenter!
Brandan Schieppati Of Bleeding Through and Alex Varkatzasof Atreyu have teamed up to melt our faces off! The side project is called “I am War”. Their debut "Outlive You All" dives deep into the abyss of classic Hardcore/Thrash in the vein of Cro-Mags, Sick Of It all, Exodus and DRI. Prepared to dine on your teeth, because they will be knocked down your throat after listening!
Detroit Michigan’s "King Gordy" is back yet again for another dark filled horrorcore extravaganza with the E.P., "Hail Dark Lord Vader”. No filler, each track owns! “Monster’s” is by far the best track! This banger brings the Fat Killahz back together with a sampled beat from "The Munsters". Every verse slays! You craving that classic gore?! Well "Psycho Bill" will deliver! It features Bizarre and is set in the deep woods of northern Michigan. It tells the demented tale of the serial killer psycho bill dismembering his victims. The final track "Over" is Gordy’s current struggle trying to succeed with the current music industry. It will bring forth tears and hatred. Overall, if your a fan King Gordy this will not disappoint at all!
Dear Adult Swim,
You should date my mother!
There's just no good way to respond to that. -[adult swim]
Hello the name is Chad Carsten. I'm a music addict! Drowning In The Static is the name of my current Industrial Music project. I got the chance to collaborate with Intrinkzik and Daniel Jordan Of Reel Life Productions, for the Hip-Hop anthem "Message to the Mainstream".
I listen to a large variety, ranging from Pure Metal, 80's Hardcore Punk, Industrial/Electronica, drum "n" bass, Oldies/Classic Rock and even Underground Hip-Hop. I'm mostly mellow, but I have my crazy random side at times.
I love to party, attend concerts, play 8-bit video games, collect vinyl, write out short stories, study Psychology and read Anne Rice. I'm obsessed with Pizza and Green tea. Oh and Cuddling is the best! I'm currently working on a Horrocore Hip-Hop documentary with a close friend of mine named Wes!
The music addict inside of me started when I was three years old. I got my first Compact Cassette tape deck radio on Christmas morning 91 with a cassette tape of children songs. It had down by the bay on it. And I replayed that tape over and over until eventually the radio ate the tape. My obsession with music was born!