Detroit horrorcore veterans Twiztid have unveiled the visual for their latest stand-alone single, "Rose Petal."
The track features Jamie Madrox and Monoxide flexing their rock sensibilities while retaining their fluid wordplay and sharp turn of phrase.
Working with producer John Sustar (Motionless In White, Mushroomhead, Attack Attack!) and Johnny Andrews (In This Moment, Motionless In White) on the final mix, the final product reiterates the tandem's ability to evolve after decades in the game.
“‘Rose Petal’ is a step in a continuing venture to expand our sound from two rappers to two entertainers with no music boundaries,” TWIZTID says.
In addition to the continued work in the studio, Twiztid have asserted a unique ability to pivot amid the pandemic. The duo recently launched an online virtual concert called Netfest: On Your Couch in response to pandemic related cancellations.
The virtual concert featured appearances by TWIZTID themselves, B-Real of Cypress Hill, Redman, Tech N9ne, Rittz, R.A the Rugged Man, Chelsea Grin, The Black Moods, Hyro the Hero, Caleb Shomo of Beartooth, Christian Coma of Black Veil Brides and Spencer from Ice Nine Kills. Netfest: On Your Couch was watched around the globe by more than 43,000 fans.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of their seminal album, Freek Show, and a newly-announced animated series in development with producer Ken F. Levin of Night Sky Productions (Amazon Primes’ The Boys), Madrox and Monoxide continue to pave their own path.
Watch the premiere of Twiztid's music video for "Rose Petal" below.