MUSIC NEWS: TWIZTID Announces "The Darkness" - New Album Coming January 27, 2015 via Majik Ninja Entertainment

Worldwide horrorcore phenoms TWIZTID recently announced that their new album, The Darkness, will hit stores on January 27, 2015 via their new label, Majik Ninja Entertainment. Starting this Black Friday (November 28th), The Darkness will be available for pre-order at www.Twiztid-Shop.com along with brand new merchandise. In addition, fans who order will able to hear the very first song from The Darkness by ordering merchandise Black Friday weekend over at www.Twiztid-Shop.com. TWIZTID will be mailing a free limited edition single with all orders over $30.
 
Jamie Madrox states, "I just listened to the entire The Darkness record and all I can say is that I'm thankful that after all these years we still kick much ass at what we do and we haven't lost the magic and intensity in us or our music that we initially started with almost 17 years ago!"
 
Coming soon, TWIZTID will begin teasing the release of The Darkness with a series of short original horror video promos. These will be released on TWIZTID's official You Tube channel in December and January, so make sure to stay tuned in to the channel to catch them early!
 
Also coming this December are two different holiday parties – TWIZTID style! On December 6th in Pontiac, MI at The Crofoot, TWIZTID will host their Twiztmas Party. This party is an all ages event and FREE to the public! The party will feature special guest performances, a silent auction featuring rare merchandise, free food, and more! Entry to the party is first come, first serve, so get there early for assured admission, which is limited to 1,000.
 
In addition, TWIZTID is throwing their 7th annual New Years Evil party on December 31st at The Agora in Cleveland, OH. The party will also feature performances from Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Swag Toof, AJAX, and Insane Eric. VIP packs are available now via www.twiztid-shop.com.
  
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