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Blood On The Dance Floor, Steven Joseph, Brokencyde


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Blood On The Dance Floor:

Starting out as an electronic band almost 9 years ago, the duo has now participated in Warped Tour twice, their CD Evolution topped the charts as #1 on the Billboard Top Electronic Charts, and #8 on the Top Independent Albums Chart. They were also able to attract the attention of Joel Madden from the well-loved band Good Charlette, and the artist Deuce.

The dark Electronic duos sexual anthem caught the attention of many, but the emotional core is what has formed their fan base - The SGTC (slash gash terror crew). From the first CD, Lets Start A Riot, to their latest, CRUEL PORNOGHAPHY, their music has proven to have a deeper meaning than the sexual theme that first drew their fan base in. Due to this they were able to be part of an anti - bully campaign, give the various charities, and last year host an entire show in honor of a boy who was brutally beaten for his sexual preference. Sex sells - so they use it to get their message of acceptance, self help, and love out to the world.

BOTDFs main goal, as always, is to provide a safe haven for the outcasts, which was shown in their album Anthem of the Outcast. Their music, although sometimes just for fun, is a story of their lives and of the lives of those around them. As they take the world by storm they invite you, and anyone else who just doesn't fit in, to join their family! Rise SGTC.

Steven Joseph:

Steven Joseph lives life in color. Destroying the perception "normal" beauty standards and promoting self love one rainbow bright act at a time.


Brokencyde began making headlines after the group's video for the track "Freaxxx" spread like a virus and racked up more than 4 million hits on YouTube. Since then, the group has put a stranglehold on the online world, developing an enormous fanbase that helped catapult their debut album, “I’m Not A Fan But The Kids Like It”, to #87 on the Billboard Top 200. Since then, the group has become one of the most talked about musical entities in decades, as MTVU, The LA Times, Revolver Magazine, producer Steve Albini and comic book writer Warren Ellis all cannot stop talking about the band that everyone loves to hate.

"On our last record we had a song called 'Schitzo' that took on new meaning as we toured in support of the album. There is a line in the song that says, 'Brokencyde will never die!' and we thought it was the perfect title for this record," says Se7en from Brokencyde. "The title is a big middle finger to all the haters that to try to bring us down by spreading rumors and lies. We've taken all their hate and used it as fire to create this new album."

For their new album, Brokencyde have pulled out all the stops to ensure that “Brokencyde – Will Never Die” is overflowing with salacious crunk. The album gets the party rocking with the sugary sweet pop/dance of the lead single “House Party”, and slips into some down and dirty hip-hop on "Karma Sutra", "My Gurl" shows the band experimenting with contemporary R&B hooks, and Kottonmouth Kings’ Daddy X lays blazes through the reggae infused “High Timez”. Put together as a whole, “Brokencyde: Will Never Die” adds a polish and sparkling shine to Brokencyde’s infectious brand of crunkcore.