Are you ready for Violent Inzident? The new mystery nu-metal act poking fun at the genre’s stereotypes

Author Arto Mäenpää - 1.10.2021

Underdogs of the world unite! Your saviors have arrived to give you more shit than anyone has thrown at you, ever.

The world’s first most-nu-metal supergroup have arrived with an unhealthy mix of comedy and parody that will have nu-metal fans worldwide taking their Korn, Linkin Park and Slipknot albums down to cash converters faster than you can say chocolate starfish and the water flavored hotdog.

The Violent Inzident are here to correct what you think you know about nu-metal – in fact, music in general – and to forcibly ram their message of intent into every bodily orifice, occupied or not…

Consisting of highly talented musicians who may or may not be members of other very well known non post nu-metal bands, The Violent Inzident is:

Tiny D – Wannabe rapper douchebag
C – man – The guy who can actually sing
Bin man – Bass and broomstick
Adidasshole – Guitar and sportswear
Monkeybird – DJ / samples / electronic noises and other unimportant things you can’t hear at all
General Jerkhov – Pots and pans

Firing their first shot at world domination, The Violent Inzident will unleash “Nu-Metal!” on October 1st and you can check out the track below:

Everyone from hipsters to thrash metallers to all your (ex) favorite Pre-Post-Nu-Metal bands are thrown under the bus at various stages in a sonic attack that leaves no doubt to their intentions.

Following up with their second single “Triggered (The Snowflake Anthem)” on December 1st.
A song by the downtrodden, for the downtrodden taking the piss out of the “downtrodden”. A song that see a more serious side of the band and tackles some of the “major issues” facing the world today.

This is just the beginning for The Violent Inzident.
Their debut masterpiece ‘This Is Nu-Metal!’ is ready to roll and will be out on April 1st 2022 and plans for a stage show in 2036 that will make KISS look like your mates playing “Enter Sandman” at school assembly and Steel Panther sound like your Dad telling jokes at Christmas dinner.

Be afraid. Be very afraid. Or not.

From Oct 1st on Myspace and all other out of date social media platforms.

In the meantime….