Soon Julian "Phat J" Mc Lellan and Anthony "Antz" Trujillo found out about the vocal duo and decided to join up.
What made it escalate was them disrespecting our merch girl and us as people.
Seems like people instinctively side against you when they hear news like this. Just because of who they think we are and the music we make.
They have concerts all over the place coming up every day until august something, so chances are they'll be playing somewhere near you, bwahaha.
If you want to hear what Brokencyde sounds like go to [link] !!!
If the tables were turned, people would be praising these guys for beating us up.
It's a double standard for us because of our name and the music we make. Our Facebook and Twitter have been full of nothing but hate and threats toward us [since the incident], and we haven’t once said anything bad back to them or [Punchline].
This blonde girl with them (presumably Grushecky’s sister) pushed him by the face while screaming. We are so used to people talking bad about us, but we don't care. We never let it get physical—we don't like violence.
We went back to our bus and Grushecky ran toward the bus to fight some more, but he was pushed back. Muro stood there and said, “I've been playing music way longer than any of you! We're really nice guys and love everyone and respect all artists.
Phat J's death-ish growls are the least terrible of the three vocals styles here, and might actually be considered average to decent vocals if placed on a good metal album, but their use here is just as atrocious as everything else about the band.