Horrorcore rap duo Twiztid have announced their first-ever virtual convention going by the name of ‘VIRTUCON.’ The digital gathering will take place for free on the Astronomicon (the band’s flagship in-person con) Facebook page on Saturday, April 10th, 2021 and will feature (as per an official statement):
- The announcement of the location and hotel of Astronomicon 4
- The Reveal of exclusive to 100 variant of the Twiztid Knuckleheadz Toy
- Announcement of first 3 celebrity guests for Astronomicon 4
- Live vendor sales, meaning fans can purchase directly from vendors during virtual experience.
- The premiere of the FULL Haunted High-On’s Animated Motion Comic voiced by Twiztid
Watch a snippet from the animated motion comic below.
In addition, Twiztid have confirmed a live stream concert event titled ‘Docu-Stream,’ which happens on Tuesday, April 20th, 2021, with tickets going on sale starting March 31st at noon EST at StreamTwiztid.com. As per the announcement, “In keeping with Twiztid tradition, the special livestream will take the place of the band’s annual, in-person 4/20 celebrations and will instead provide fans all around the world a chance to come together and celebrate with their Twiztid family for Weed Day.”
The statement continues, “The ‘Docu-Stream’ will take place on Tuesday, April 20th and will feature two performances from Twiztid – the first will feature face-painted Twiztid performing their classics hits. The second will be unpainted and will feature Twztid and their drummer Drayven as they perform some of their more rock-centric tracks. Throughout the stream, Jamie Madrox and Monoxide will be recounting previously untold stories, giving fans unprecedented access to Twiztid’s 20+ year history. The event will also feature special guests Blaze and ABK.” Check out the event trailer below.
Finally, Twiztid have also revealed a mini-album on their record label Majik Ninja Entertainment titled ‘Electric Lettuce,’ which is slated to drop on Friday, April 21st, 2021, with pre-orders coming this Friday, April 2nd through MNEStore.com Check out the cover art below, and stay tuned for more from the demented duo.
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