Jedi Mind Tricks feat. Demoz – When The Crows Descend Upon You – Click To Listen
Prod. By Hypnotist Beats
Tickets for all of the dates on our upcoming “Halloween Havoc” Tour go on sale today. Here’s a list of the dates and lineups. Click on the show dates below to buy tickets. Should be a good time. Come out and celebrate Halloween with us this year.
10/27 – Asbury Park, NJ – Wonder Bar w/Reef the Lost Cauze
10/28 – Towson, MD – Recher Theatre w/R.A. the Rugged Man and Reef the Lost Cauze
10/29 – Philadelphia, PA – Trocadero Theatre w/Freeway and Reef the Lost Cauze
10/30 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom w/R.A. the Rugged Man and Reef the Lost Cauze
Originally Released in 2006 on Servants in Heaven Kings in Hell by Jedi Mind Tricks; R.A. The Rugged Man’s verse documents the real life experience of his father John A. Thorburn during the Vietnam War.
Jedi Mind Tricks Presents…
“Army Of The Pharaohs: The Unholy Terror”
Enemy Soil / Babygrande Records
Available in Stores And Online March 30th, 2010
Go check that when it comes out…. The Army never disappoints
The results are in and a winner has been chosen. Big Shout Out & Congrats to the hommie DC Entel. JMT only made the announcement but the official Remix has not been released yet. I will post it as soon as I get it. Can’t wait to hear it. Link
Although I didnt win, I still want to put out my Remix & get everyone’s opinions. I would have put it out when I 1st made it but I wanted to wait for the results. So here it is. I hope you enjoy it. *If anyone would like to have my remix for their listening pleasures (lol) or to repost it on their own blogs (that would be greatly appreciated haha), just CLICK HERE TO DL .*
Vinnie Paz – Drag You To Hell (Sune A.K.A Tha Jerm Remix)
Prod. By Sune A.K.A Tha Jerm
Cuts By Keith Campbell
off of the Debut album “A Bright Cold Day”
Dutch is comprised of Jedi Mind Tricks’ Stoupe the Enemy of Mankind and sensational vocalist/songwriter Liz Fullerton. The unlikely duo first collaborated on the track “Razorblade Salvation” on JMT’s 2006 LP Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell and again on the track “Death Messiah” from JMT’s 2008 LP A History of Violence. The union of Liz’s deeply sympathetic vocal stylings and Stoupe’s trademark visceral JMT beats made both songs standout cuts from those records as both remain favorites with fans and critics alike.
– I am def coppin this Album when it comes out……shit sounds BANANAS!!!!!! When i 1st heard shorty on “Razorblade Salvation” i thought her voice was crazy & Stoupe is just insane with the beats…..Def a must have.
Never saw this before….mad funny to me…. The Unit & JMT had a concert at the same time, right next to each other.
I’ll probably try to make somethin and send it in