Dog Fashion Disco Exits Twiztid Tour
Spitfire Records act Dog Fashion Disco fell short of reaching out to their fans on the West Coast. The band has decided to call it quits as supporting act for Insane Clown Posse’s Twizted tour.
Derek Brewer, Dog Fashion Disco’s manager, went on the record to set the story straight as to why the band decided to leave the tour early. “Before the band even played a note they were being bombarded by objects such as bottles, water jugs, lit cigarettes and coins. This was while they were setting up their equipment.” Brewer continues, “…DFD begins to play the show and the scene got much worse. Actually we have never, EVER been subjected to that shit.”
But the story doesn’t end there, folks. Once the band concluded that it was best to get off the stage, vocalist Todd Smith proceeded to drop his drawers and… to put it bluntly… took a dump on stage. Brewer describes the incident that followed, “That generated additional anger from the crowd, and before you knew it people jumped the staged and assaulted the band. During the melee, a member of the Psychopathic Crew was cut or stabbed by a foreign object. After the place cleared, Dog Fashion Disco was like "Fuck this" and quit the tour.”
Dog Fashion Disco apologies to all their fans, and to those involved in the Insane Clown Posse camp and want them to know that they are well respected. Dog Fashion Disco did not want to continue on a tour with such “animosity or anger.”