Q: What is your Stage Name?
A: Morbyd Manic
Q: How long have you been doing this?
A: I started dabbling in Horrorcore in 2005 when shit didn’t work out with a metal band I was in prior. Recorded and never showed anyone anything until a year later when I started doing shows our here in Colorado.
Q: How many albums have you released?
A: So far I have released two albums. Dementia Necromaniac in 2012 and then I released To The East in 2014
Q:Have any albums or projects in the works?
A: I am dropping my new album “The Exordium” on October 31st, 2016 with 13 new tracks. I also currently started recording and writing two additional albums as well as a special collaborative album as well
Q: Any Tours planned?
A: I just did the MMMFD unsubs tour recently in May with Skitzo and Gravedog. I know I will be definitely hitting the road in spring once I get all the recordings done.
Q:Who are some big names you opened for?
A: MMMFD, Esham, Grave Plott, Boondox, Mastamind, King Gordy, Liquid Assassian, The DRP, Scum, Troll, Q Strange, Black Pegasus, Potluck, Prozak , Scum, The Ortuhus, Insane Poetry, Twisted Insane, The Dayton Family , Saint Dog, Dark Half, Doomsday Productions, Bizarre, The R.O.C., ABK, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Brotha Lynch Hung, Razakel, Sicktanick, JP The Hustler, Bloodshot, KGP, Smallz One, Leaders of the Lost, Static G, M:13
Q: If you could tell an upcoming artist one thing what would be your advice?
A: I would have to say to let nothing stop you. Don’t listen to anyone telling you what you can or can’t do. You will only make it as far as you limit yourself. Work hard and stay humble. Don’t be an asshole, because no one wants to work with one. Most important is to be yourself and keep it 100. There is a lot of work involved and don’t ever expect to let the hunger die down. Stay hungry, stay humble
Q:Any Last Words?
A: I guess I just want to give a big shout out to everyone out here in the 303 and to those all who I’ve worked with over these past years. I’ve gotten so much great advice and coaching along the way and it has really helped me find direction. I hit a bit of a bump in the road when I had to go to the halfway house, but now I’m back and have a plan. I am here to stay. This is what I love more than anything. Except for those that have had my back through all the bullshit!