Twiztid come home for Fright Fest
Devil's Night in Detroit has become synonymous with local hip hop duo Twiztid's annual Fright Fest concert.
This year, the group brought their sold out Attack of the Ninjas Tour edition of the annual show to Saint Andrews Hall and The Shelter.
The venues were bumping all night as their label Majik Ninja Entertainment presented eleven acts across two stages.
Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Axe Murder Boyz, The R.O.C., REDD, and Bukshot played downstairs at The Shelter on the MNE Hell Stage and Twiztid, Jelly Roll, Boondox, Alla Xul Elu, G-Mo Ske and Lex The Hex Master played upstairs in Saint Andrews on the MNE Purgatory stage.
Throughout the evening, the acts shared the stage with REDD joinging The R.O.C. during his set, Jelly Roll taking the stage with both Blaze and Twiztid, The R.O.C. helping Twiztid open their set with some House of Krazees songs and Blaze taking the stage to jam with Twiztid and pull out some Dark Lotus.
Blaze closed out things on the Hell stage with a bang while both Boondox and Twiztid shook up the Purgatory stage before Twiztid blew things up to end the evening.
Their set mixed in a little old, a little new (including tracks from their latest release Generation Nightmare) and a bit of the rare as they moved through their discography and even pulled out their popular cover of Steve Miller Band's "The Joker."
The duo will be back in Michigan on Friday, December 6 for their 6th annual Twiztmas party in Pontiac at The Crofoot. All ages are welcomed and tickets are $1 or free with the donation of 4 canned goods.
Twiztid also released a new track today featuring Stevie Stone and Young Wicked. You can listen to "My Bible" here.