Metal Musicians Guest On Underground Horrorcore Rap CD
Band Photo: Slipknot (?)
The following guest musicians will be appearing on MC Necro's new album, "The Pre-Fix For Death":
Jamey Jasta and Sean Martin of Hatebreed , #0 of Slipknot aka DJ Starscream (Sid Wilson), Trever Perez of Obituary, Away of Voivod, Dan Lilker of Nuclear Assault, S.O.D., Brutal Truth, and Danny Diablo of Crown of Thorns, Scarhead.
Necro's official biography says the following:
"Necro was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, where he has lived his entire life. He has been writing and recording music since the late 80's, playing guitar in bands until 1990, where at the age of 13, he switched his interest toward hip hop. He began receiving recognition for his music as early as 1991, when he won a demo contest on the Stretch and Bobbito Radio Show in NYC. His appearances on this show and other radio shows over the next few years began to build NECRO a fan base before even releasing his first record. Since 1996, Necro has released a series of top 5 college radio singles, including his newest 12" release, "Bury You With Satan" which has reached number 1 ranking in two of the top trades.
Necro has been performing live since the age of 11. Some of the groups he has opened for include Run DMC, Beatnuts, Sepultura, Kool Keith, Napalm Death and Biohazard. He has headlined sold-out shows in all of NYC's mid-sized venues such as Brownie's, Wetlands, The Knitting Factory & SOB's. A Necro headlining performance draws an average of 300-500 people in cities such as NYC, London, Chicago, Toronto, Providence, etc. Across the U.S., Necro can pack in 100-500 people depending on the state and region. Necro's live appeal continues to grow especially in New York City, where his shows have grown more turbulent with the audience stage diving and starting mosh pits."
Source: siN's Metal News
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