WHERE MUSIC MEETS CONCRETE!!
Destro Destructo, one of Portland’s most enduring MC veterans, has played a prominent role in shifting the city’s local hip hop scene for over a decade. He got his start in the mid 90’s making a name for himself the way so many rappers do, grinding the battle circuit. Destro would eventually find himself doing work with fellow Portland affiliates Nyqwil and Snafu and the three would go on to form the group Frontline with DJ BlesOne. Around the turn of the Century, Frontline would merge with the Seattle-based Oracle’s Creed crew (composed of Onry Ozzborn, Sleep and Pale Soul) and form the pivotal Northwest super-group Oldominion.
BLOODY MONK CONSORTIUM
BLOODY MONK CONSORTIUM is an underground hardcore hip-hop group assembled through a long distance collaboration initiative, and fused together by 3 primary figures. West coast Prod. Lex Luger and rapper Leeroy Destroy both from East San Jose, California teamed up with with East coast rapper LABAL-S from Southern New Jersey in early 2009 to form one of the most ferocious and highly skilled collectives the rap game has experienced in a long time. They have expanded the brand and incorporated strong alliances with international producers FuckRICO(Finland), DJ ShadowFist(Slovenia), Graff writer Kebo(Italy) and continue to open its doors to more awe-inspiring talent worldwide. The group's primary sound is utterly raw with explosively charged defiant combative rhyme sequences over dark brooding forceful beats. Their tenacious and relentless approach to verbally assault the sharpest of tracks is cleverly laced with grimey, brutal, horrific yet witty wordplay. They never cease to captivate and amaze the listener with their illicit, outrageous and often graphic content. Borderlining on horrorcore, the group bares little concern for an established genre category and ventures to parts unknown to most underground acts. Consistently showcasing a barrage of fearless "musical mayhem" and an endless array ability , the entourage is viciously focused on putting their permanent stamp on the industry.