A Twiztid Timeline

By TJxPunk
  • The House of Krazees are formed

    The House of Krazees are formed
    House of Krazees was formed by R.O.C. in 1993, with Paul Methric and Jamie Spaniolo performing under the names Mr. Bones and Hektic. House of Krazees' catalog was only released on Compact Cassette until the group signed to Latnem Entertainment. Problems between House of Krazees and Latnem led the group to leave the label following its 1996 album, Head Trauma.
  • Home Sweet Home

    The House of Krazees release their first album, Home Sweet Home.
  • Homebound

    The House of Krazees release their second official album: Homebound.
  • Season of the Pumpkin

    The House of Krazees release their third album: Season of the Pumpkin.
  • Outbreed

    The House of Krazees release their forth album: Outbreed.
  • Head Trauma

    The House of Krazees release their fifth and final album: Head Trauma.
  • Out with the Krazees, in with the Twiztid

    Out with the Krazees, in with the Twiztid
    House of Krazees officially disbanded in 1997. After the split, Methric and Spaniolo sent a demo tape to Insane Clown Posse member Joseph Bruce. The demo contained the tracks "2nd Hand Smoke," "Diemutha####adie," and "How Does It Feel?" Bruce was extremely impressed, invited Methric and Spaniolo to perform on "The House of Horrors Tour", and signed them to Psychopathic Records. Before the tour kicked off, Bruce, Methric and Spaniolo decided on a name that they felt would fit the duo—Twiztid!
  • Mostasteless is released

    Mostasteless is released
    Twiztid releases their first official album as Twiztid under the Psychopathic Records label. It peaked at #149 on the Billboard Top 200.
  • Freek Show

    Freek Show
    Twiztid releases their second album: Freek Show. This album peaked at #51 on the Billboard Top 200. The song "People Are Strange" on the album is a cover of the Doors song of the same name.
  • Big Money Hustlas co-stars

    Big Money Hustlas co-stars
    Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child co-star as Big Stank and Lil Poot in the Psychopathic Records first video release: Big Money Hustlas. The film also starred Violent J as Big Baby Sweets, Shaggy 2 Dope as Sugar Bear, Harland Williams as Officer Harry Cox, John G. Brennan as the Chief, and Violent J's brother Jumpsteady as Hack Benjamin.
  • Mirror Mirror EP

    Mirror Mirror EP
    Twiztid releases the extended play Mirror Mirror to receive a 3 out of 5 stars from Allmusic.
  • The Purple Show

    The Purple Show
    Jamie Madrox and Monoxide Child start their own web-series later released on DVD called The Purple Show. The show talked about things going on in the lives of the Twiztid members, what was going on at Psychopathic Records, it featured skits, talks between various members of Psychopathic Records, and some very colorful language.
  • The Green Book

    The Green Book
    Twiztid releases The Green Book to only receive 2 out of 5 stars from Allmusic and not-so-favorable reviews among the music community.
  • Man's Myth (Vol. 1)

    Man's Myth (Vol. 1)
    Twiztid release the first of a two-part album pack coming out in 2005 named Man's Myth (Vol. 1). It was released to favorable reviews and a 3.5 out of 5 star rating from Allmusic.
  • Mutant (Vol. 2)

    Mutant (Vol. 2)
    Twiztid releases the second of their 2-album pack for the year: Mutant (Vol. 2). While Man's Myth was more of a hip-hop/rap album, Mutant had more of a rock feeling to it. Jamie Madrox stated "I've always wanted to do a Rock album and to date that was the closest thing to it we have ever done, so it holds a special place in my heart." Mutant was called Twiztid's best work to date.
  • Independents Day

    Independents Day
    Twiztid releases one of their biggest albums to date: Independents Day. The album features such independent artists such as ICP, Tech N9ne, Potluck, DJ Quik, the Dayton Family, Tha Dogg Pound, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, the R.O.C., DJ Clay hed(PE), Krizz Kaliko, and even two members of the formerly rival group, D12: Bizarre and Proof.
  • Wish I Could Kill Every Day

    Wish I Could Kill Every Day
    Twiztid releases the album W.I.C.K.E.D. (which stands for Wish I Could Kill Every Day). After Independents Day, which featured many independent rap artists, Twiztid wanted W.I.C.K.E.D. to feature no one but themselves as well as to feature a darker theme to it. The album peaked at #11 on the Billboard Top 200, being the 3rd most successful album in Psychopathic Records history.
  • A Family Underground

    A Family Underground
    Twiztid co-star in the documentary A Family Underground, which documents the 2009 Gathering of the Juggalos even in Cave-In-Rock, Illinois. The film follows an English couple going to the event for the first time, it features interviews with Psychopathic Records artists as well as other artists such as Ice-T, Afroman, Vanilla Ice, and Three 6 Mafia, clips of performances, clips of Juggalo Championship Wrestling, fan interviews, and other great footage from the 8th annual Gathering.
  • Big Money Rustlas

    Big Money Rustlas
    Twiztid co-stars as Raw Stank and Dusty Poot in the old west prequel to Big Money Hustlas known as Big Money Rustlas.
  • Heartbroken & Homicidal

    Heartbroken & Homicidal
    Twiztid releases Heartbroken & Homicidal. The album focuses on the connection between love and loss, and the darkside of an individual's hurt feelings. It debuted at #29 on the Billboard 200 chart and #3 on the Top Independent Albums and Top Rap Albums charts.
  • Kaos & Kronik

    Kaos & Kronik
    Twiztid embark upon their first tour of 2012 with Kottonmouth Kings called the Kaos & Kronik Tour. The tour also features Blaze Ya Dead Homie and Big B as the opening acts.