This just in one of our previous Featured Artist of The Week Con-crete from Slaughter Core Entertainment has released a new music video, “I don’t Pray”, from his 4th album “American Scumbag.“ Be sure to order that album along with his brand new album “Indulgence” in the Slaughter Store. And be sure to Follow Con-Crete at www.facebook.com/thedarkminister.
Check out the fresh new visuals to Wrekonize’s latest video for “We Got Soul” off his Strange Music debut album The War Within.
If you haven’t pre-ordered your copy of Wrekonize’s new album then make sure you head over to iTunes for a great deal on the Deluxe edition which includes 3 bonus tracks and an instant download of “We Got Soul.”
First off I would like to apologize for the delay of this and the other post made this evening. I had fallen ill for a bit and once I was back on my feet i had family issues to attend to. We are working hard to find another writer to help out so this never happens again.
So to start off tonight I want to introduce a new group who are classmates with one of our prior Featured Artist Of The Week X-Phaze. The groups name is “The Edge”and they put together a track and video featuring X-Phaze. The Edge is already a great duo who already have production skills you would not expect from artist so young. I have to say this much where they go to school must have a vast amount of talent to have X-Phaze and them. The track and video name is “Fifoît”
This is an All Ages show tickets prices and location are as follows:
$10 in advance
$15 at the door
$5 w/ student/military id
Call (360)689-1770 for tickets
Westgate Station 20
1550 Rocky Point Rd.
Bremerton, WA 98312
After 10 years of complete silence, the controversial group that gave you songs like “Pap smear with Beer,” “Girls Just wanna Cum,” “Choch Champs,” “Party in my Pants,” and the rest of disgusting shrine of filth, ARE BACK! Kardiac & E.coli “Filthography” have reunited once again after a decade later, bringing a totally different approach. The title and cover artwork represents the years of devastation & destruction both have been through summed up into a car crash. If there’s any positive outcome in all of it, it would be their new ep, “Thought You Two Were Dead.” Entirely produced by Kardiac, both were under pressure with only one week to get everything from writing, production & recording completed.
Living in separate states, it needed to be an equally strong dedication from both artists or else this project wasn’t going to happen. So, Kardiac Music & Unrestrained Sounds is proud to present the second release from Filthography [Kardiac & E.coli], “Thought You Two Were DEAD.” DROPPING MAY 31st, 2013. Thought You Two Were Dead was originally set to be Unrestrained Sounds second official release, but we gave you E.coli’s Force Feeding Vol.1 to be acquainted with both artists before the new filth Ep dropped. Kardiac & E.coli have both been in a couple different groups, but Filthography is the only one that both artists returned to for a second installment. If you missed their first release “The Passion of The Filth” click on the highlighted title and purchase it for only $3.00 as a digital download. Until May 31st, spread the word – filth is back and far from DEAD!
Well another week gone and it is again time to announce our newest FAOTW Alexxis. Now she is our 4th female artist that we have had the please of featuring. First off I want to put out not only is she extremely talented Alexxis has been Nominated Best Female Rapper of the year for Kentucky and if you enjoy her music and want to help her achive the title click here and vote for her.
This is what there is to know about Alexxis. She is not your typical Single Mother trying to make it. She’s carved out a corner for her music in the underground with fast paced bars and punchlines that make the strongest men take a step back. Relativity new to Music, she’s been able to blaze a trail through the Mid South/ Mid West in her short 2 year music career.
She is now faced with the biggest project of her life #PsychoBitch the EP is currently being created. Her past work has included tracks with heavy weights Bukshot of Mobstyle Music, Jelly Roll & David Ray of TN. #PscyhoBitch is already starting to pile up the Feature list with Tulsa, She Ok’s Lega-C Already wanting to work with Alexxis, Who happens to be a Fan of Lega-C and respects her work.
Well another week has come and gone and we must say farewell to Danny Dragz our first ever UK FAOTW but as we always do we go from one great artist to the next. This week we have for you Bukshot from Mobstyle Music. Many of you may know of Bukshot from the Underground Avengers EP with Claas and Boondox. But that is not his only appearance or even the beginning for this talented artist. Since his career started in 1997, Bukshot has dropped 5 studio albums, several various mixtapes and compilations, and combined, he has sold over 140,000 units. He has recorded songs with many other big name artists including Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, Boondox, Rittz, Dirtball, Brotha Lynch Hung, Nappy Roots, JellyRoll, Haystak, Liquid Assassin, Kevin Richardson, Bubba Sparxxx, Jazze Pha, Static Major, T-Bo, and Killa C, and he has been on tour and opened up for many hip-hop artists including Lil Wayne, TI, Tech N9ne, Paul Wall, Master P and The 504 Boyz, Lil Jon and The Eastside Boys, Bubba Sparxxx, Nappy Roots, Haystak, and Bonecrusher. His music includes a broad variety of hardcore, real life stories, and even club banging tracks as well as a big variety of solid producers who implement live instruments in their production. Bukshot will jump back into the studio to finish his next release, “Weirdo”, which was entirely produced by Michael “Seven” Summers, who has produced tracks for Tech N9ne, Lil Wayne, T-Pain, Wiz Khalifa, Ice Cube, ICP, Twiztid and E-40. Weirdo will feature songs with: Tech N9ne, Twiztid, Krizz Kaliko, Boondox, Rittz, Dirtball, Twisted Insane, JellyRoll, Vito Banga of Nappy Roots, First Degree The D.E., Grave Plott, and everyone from The MOB. Weirdo will be dropping sometime in 2013. You can check Bukshot out on the main FAOTW page or visit his personal FAOTW page and leave him some love
Hey every one Truth here with this weeks interview with our FAOTW from last week Black Waltz. I hope you enjoy the interview.
UTL INC- What got you into music and pursuing the career of becoming an artist?
Black Waltz- I was raised around music my entire life. My father listened to everything from Michael Jackson to Marilyn Manson. I would probably have to say the first time I really wanted to pursue music is when I heard Korn and Slipknot. I played drums in countless death metal bands over the years until I realized I wanted to do my own thing. So I wrote rap music that was basically the same lyrical premise as the death metal I use to write.
UTL INC- What do you relate to or draw your inspiration from when you are recording and performing?
Black Waltz- I draw my inspiration from my own character/s (BlackWaltz, Walter Black & The Karma Killa), and put myself in their shoes. Also my “medications” help as well.
UTL INC- Who have you performed with on the stage; and what was that like for you?
Black Waltz- I’ve only played one show as BlackWaltz and it was with Ponick 51/50. It was a great show and I love getting into character and performing. It’s like I’m a different person (or 3) on stage.
UTL INC- What sub-genre do you classify your style as in the Underground Rap Industry?
Black Waltz- Horrorcore, but that isn’t all I have up my sleeve. There is a lot more BlackWaltz to come.
UTL INC- Who do you think artist wise has inspired you to choose the genre of underground rap you write and perform?
Black Waltz- I would have to say Eminem, Cannibal Corpse, The Acacia Strain and…. Rob Zombie, but not as a musician but a director. And a lot of video games… a fuckin’ lot!
UTL INC- Who would you like to perform on stage with?
Black Waltz- Lo Key would be awesome to perform with. Twiztid, The Jokerr, Eminem. I could go on for days.
UTL INC- Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
Black Waltz- With a lot more albums, hopefully a bigger fan base and supporters. Playing a lot more shows… and with a Playstation 4 (lots of video games, remember?)
UTL INC- If you had the opportunity to go “mainstream” would you do it; why or why not would you make that move?
Black Waltz- I think that question was meant for someone else. What’s this “mainstream” you speak of? Is it some sort of place where peoples pants are way too tight and cuss words like “swag” exist? Because the underground is all I know and would never leave such an amazing lifestyle as this one. Did I mention I play video games a lot?
UTL INC- If their was anything you had to say to your fans what would you say?
Black Waltz- If you are ever planning on being a cannibal always remember… contrary to what you see in movies like “Hannibal”, never eat the brain! It will give you CJD (Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease). A disease which kills all of your brain cells. You’re welcome.
Wow we have had an amazing month so far with some great artist and it just keeps getting better. This week we present to you Danny Dragz a talented Underground artist from across the pond from North West London, England. He is known in the UK Hip Hop scene and his music is noted to infuses street talk and humor with a good sprinkling of emotional music. he has just released a new mix tape entitled “The Jail Mix Tape” which he recorded entirely in prison while he was locked up between 2011 till his release in early 2013. You can check him out here or just head to the main FAOTW page this week to check him out. Here is a video by Danny Dragz entitled “Scallywags”