- Tracy Heck
Twiztid rock Saint Andrews at Fright Fest
Detroit horrorcore rap duo, Twiztid, brought their annual Fright Fest back to Detroit after a year break because of the pandemic.
The Devil's Night show was held at Saint Andrews Hall and featured performances from Voyag3r, Oh! The Horror, Alla Xul Elu, Dropout Kings and Nonpoint.
ABK and Blaze Ya Dead Homie also teamed up for a set full of their classic Drive-By tracks.
Twiztid hit the horror-themed stage with "Hom-Sha-Bom" and "Envy" before kicking into fan favorite "Different."
As the set moved on, they touched on various stages of their massive catalog from "We Don't Die" and "Rose Petal" to "Parasite" and "Rock the Dead."
Blaze joined the duo to close out the set with "Triple Threat" and "Bussyoheadopen" before the lights went down and Twiztid and Blaze returned to the stage with ABK for a surprise set of Dark Lotus tracks.
The group pulled out "Headache," "Gimme Dat Blood," My First Time," "Kaboom!" and "Juggalo Family," which ended with the crowd chanting along.
Ahead of their show, Twiztid released Twiztid Presents: ‘Songs of Samhain’ Volume II: ‘Haunted Record Player.'
The album features a collection of Halloween-themed tracks and collaborations with Blaze, Boondox, Gibby Stites, Alla Xul Elu, Oh! The Horror and Venomous 5, as well as some new House of Krayzee's tracks with R.O.C..