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The Seven Doorz to Death-EP/Twitch of the Deadz Nervez-LP

by The J. Hexx Project

Horror and Music, redefined for dark minds who think alike. Sev'rd Nervez Music's first release is a instant horrorcore classic! Rated 3 and 1/2 skulls out of four by FANGORIA.COM and heard on RUE MORGUE RADIO!
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1. The Rope of Life
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2. I'll See You (Feat. M3)
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3. Cannibalism
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4. Hang Em' High
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5. Are You Happy?
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6. I Hate You
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7. Schizo Killjoy
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8. Twitch Intro
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9. Twitch
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10. Tecato (Feat M3)
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11. Katz Eyez
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12. Nobody Likes Me
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13. Meet Your Maker
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14. Understand Me (Feat. Grayson)
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15. The New York Ripper Strikes!
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16. What the F#@k?
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17. Crazy (Feat. m3)
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18. Sadistic (Feat. Sticky Twiz, Laze & Gage)
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19. Dear Son
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20. The Get Em' Skit (Feat. m3)
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21. Mistakes
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22. Thingz Change (Feat. M3)
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23. The New York Ripper Strikes Again! (Outro)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is a album for those who love horror, and for those who would like to explore a different side of music. It is horrorcore hip hop at it's darkest! Welcome to the world of
The J.Hexx Project, a world of madness and insanity! Enter his world, the world of the dying. A product of Sev'rd Nervez Music, this is the first album release of your favorite neighboorhood schizo. This album contains THE SEVEN DOORZ TO DEATH ep as well as the full length album,TWITCH OF THE DEADZ NERVEZ on one cd! And it also has two cd covers that are reversable, each beautifully drawn by Gus Cervantes.
Remember, when you listen to a Sev'rd Nervez Music album, it isnt just music. It's a journey into the world of death itself!

SEV\'RD NERVEZ MUSIC - WHERE DARK MINDS THINK ALIKE!

The J.Hexx Project is originally a Brooklyn, N.Y. native who loves horror films from the 60’s, 70’s and early eighties, and was inspired by the horrorcore movement started by groups such as The Gravediggaz, Flatlinerz, and many films directed by Lucio Fulci, George A Romero, Dario Argento, and the Godfather of Gore, Herschell G Lewis. His first horror film was The Exorcist at the young age of three. Since then he was never the same, always going to his local VHS rental store to pick up stuff like ZOMBIE, DAWN OF THE DEAD, THE BEYOND, FACES OF DEATH 1-6, and other sicko films while picking up the usual ROBOTECH episodes or TRANSFORMERS tapes. He became the biggest horror fan!
At 14 he started to try to find a identity that gave a glimpse into who he was in his mind. After a few years of writing and getting his feet wet recording tracks, he started work on his first Ep, THE SEVEN DOORZ TO DEATH, a seven song album inspired by his relationship with life at the time.
He is a Gemini, which is why he prefers to be two different identities, a schizophrenic in the musical world he created from his depraved mind. J.Hexx, the first of the two, is the evil in man that wants to express his hatred for life and the challenges it presents. Joe Blakk, is his positive side, who daily has conflicts with J.Hexx in order to maintain his sanity. Both together form THE J.HEXX PROJECT.
After recording his second project, TWITCH OF THE DEADZ NERVEZ, he started his own imprint SEV’RD NERVEZ MUSIC, to release both SEVEN and TWITCH as a one cd album. So now for the first time, you can now become one with the darkness and truly understand the world of THE J.HEXX PROJECT.

SEV’RD NERVEZ MUSIC – WHERE DARK MINDS THINK ALIKE!
Cd Artwork By Gus Cervantes
Graphic Design By John Vinazza of underlabstudios.com
Executive Produced By Stephanie Lozier and The J.Hexx Project
SEVRDNERVEZMUSIC.COM

"On the SEVEN DOORZ TO DEATH EP: This joint is very different from most things i get a hold of. Different can be a good thing sometimes. The J.Hexx CD has no cross over appeal at all which is cool for the listener with an open mind. J.Hexx shows here he's not afraid to express himself and do something different. "
ACE OF SPADES- HALF COCKED EP SECTION - MUSIC NOTES

"J.Hexx is the meanest, goriest rapper to hail from the green streets of Coral Springs. His lyrics and beats are shockingly original — if you've never heard of Eminem. While more professional-sounding than most locally produced CDs, The Seven Doorz to Death is still just a mesh of pre-paparazzi Marshall Mathers and 1960s-horror-movie subject matter. That said, J.Hexx skillfully re-creates that turn-of-the-century sound, and the CD will appeal to fans of the type of back-and-forth, inner-turmoil lyrics that made Eminem and the Insane Clown Posse famous."
Jake Smith - CITY LINK 5/7-5/13 2008 ISSUE (May 7, 2008)

"That's what makes his music so captivating. Just when you're disgusted enough to turn it off, he drops some piece of stop-you-in-your-tracks wittiness into a few verses, making you hit rewind and compelling you to continue listening."
Jonathan Cunningham - THE NEW TIMES OCT 30TH 2008 ISSUE (Oct 29, 2008)

Winner of THE NEW TIMES READER'S CHOICE AWARDS for BEST LOCAL ALBUM-THE SEVEN DOORZ TO DEATH/ TWITCH OF THE DEADZ NERVEZ and THE BEST LOCAL HIP HOP ARTIST OF 2009 -The J.Hexx Project/ - THE NEW TIMES- BEST OF 2009 ISSUE-JUNE 11TH 2009 Broward/ Palm Beach edition (Jun 9, 2009)

"The J.Hexx Project’s unique double album offering (on one disc) THE SEVEN DOORZ TO DEATH/TWITCH OF THE DEADZ NERVEZ is a complex album filled with grotesque visuals, which in plenty of cases act as sinister metaphors for some of life’s less physically savage (but significant, regardless) abuse. The album has a vibe that conjures visions of The Gravediggaz, meeting up with Necro to compile an excellent piece of work (note that I personally extend that as a compliment). There’s a unique embraceable quality about the album that is clearly fueled by strong hooks, discreet, yet insanely deep lyrics, excellent production with some sampling that really makes the album feel more like a sadistic Tarantino film than a standard horror album. "
Matt Molgaard - FANGORIA.COM (Aug 23, 2009)



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Matt Molgaard of Fangoria.Com

The Seven Doorz to Death/ Twitch of the Deadz Nervez album review @ Fangoria Mus
The J.Hexx Project’s unique double album offering (on one disc) THE SEVEN DOORZ TO DEATH/TWITCH OF THE DEADZ NERVEZ is a complex album filled with grotesque visuals, which in plenty of cases act as sinister metaphors for some of life’s less physically savage (but significant, regardless) abuse. The album has a vibe that conjures visions of The Gravediggaz, meeting up with Necro to compile an excellent piece of work (note that I personally extend that as a compliment). There’s a unique embraceable quality about the album that is clearly fueled by strong hooks, discreet, yet insanely deep lyrics, excellent production with some sampling that really makes the album feel more like a sadistic Tarantino film than a standard horror album.
J.Hexx flexes some wild personality(’s) and the constant fluctuations within the mood of the music keeps the album quite refreshing. Aside from personality alone, Hexx keeps his rhyme structures constantly evolving, providing a stimulating contrast from one song to the next. Hexx is clearly an intelligent musician, who proves his worth and then-some with this latest release. While I’ve been so busy praising Hexx’s talents, and verbal diversity - I think it’s important to extend some serious praise to those involved with producing the album. Understanding, AWOL & Tino, Whitebeats, and J. Hexx all step up to paint a background portrait layered with dark, energetic tones that pack legit replay value. The total package is really quite impressive.

A few personal notes I’d like to include briefly… It’s great to hear modern beats, rhymes and schemes that somehow manage to conjure some strange form of nostalgia. The more I explore the album, the more I find myself reminiscing, traveling back to the mid 90’s. My younger years, which I, admittedly miss quite a bit (can you say arrested development). Hmmm… maybe that’s the main reason I’ve taken such a liking to this album… One final note: Gus Cervantes has crafted two of the best album covers (all genres included) I’ve ever seen. Hats off to you sir for some fabulous work!

3 & 1/2 SKULLS OUT OF FOUR

Matt Molgaard - FANGORIA.COM (Aug 23, 2009)
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Jonathan Cunningham of The New Times /Broward Palm Beach edition

Goon to a Goblin
"The first horror movie I saw was The Exorcist when I was 3 years old," Rentas says. "I'm sure you can imagine what it did to me. At first, it horrified me, but it had a huge impact and eventually changed my life."

That merger of horror-core and hip-hop can be heard on his debut album, The Seven Doorz to Death, a 23-track disc that begs for a parental advisory label and features J. Hexx killing as many imaginary characters as possible. It's a smart merger of late '90s Eminem and the Gravediggaz. While some of the songs may test your gag reflex, it's a healthy way for Hexx to get his aggression out creatively.
That's what makes his music so captivating. Just when you're disgusted enough to turn it off, he drops some piece of stop-you-in-your-tracks wittiness into a few verses, making you hit rewind and compelling you to continue listening.
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This is for those with a open mind..
I sat and opened my new copy of this cd one night after i purchased this directly from the artist, right as he finished one of his live shows! It is a very professional package, shrinkwrapped and barcoded, and the artwork from Gus Cervantes is mad tight! I went home as soon as i could and popped it in my home surround system.
First track, The Rope of life is a song about contemplating suicide and has some really good production on it. I started to really get into it, it's a great track to start off this album, The Seven Doorz to Death ep. I also liked I'll See You, and the verse from M3 was pretty ill.
Track 3 Cannibalism is a battle song written like the artist is a cannibal eating on the flesh of his victims..pretty original! Hang em(High) had one of the best intros ever in a horrorcore song.." The picture you are about to see contains violence and disturbing images..". This really set the mood for me as J.Hexx destroys the track like a rabid sociopath on a hellbent mission to destroy what you believe to be a normal world- a world that thrives in morbidity and desecration unleashed by his lyrical prowess with his undying power to take you deep into his world, the world of the dying as the intro to the EP advises you of!
Are you Happy? is a song about being depressed and not ever seeing past the darkness in a world gone mad. I Hate You is another banger that shows J.Hexx's ability to describe living witht he inner hatred that leads one's life into destruction. And the sleeper hit of this EP, Schizo Killjoy, is alone worth the purchase of this cd..I saw the video of this after googling it before i went to his live show in Florida, and let me tell you this song is insane, and just as much as he performs it. The tracks ability to sink you right into his dark world is more than i can describe in mere words! The beat without his lyrics alone gets you almost immediately, and is sure to get alot of spins in your cd player.
Then the full length album, Twitch of the Deadz Nervez, a 16 track album(13 songs, 3 skits) starts off with such classic dialogue that sets the mood just right. Twitch is a good song, but it really gets good with Tecato, with a verse from guest mc M3 that talks about loving being addicted to drugs while attending a party venue and bragging avout how much fun it is to be a drug attic. Then another track really caught my attention. Katz Eyez! This song is about understanding the darkness and learning that we fear what we do not know of! Great idea and concept that really stuck out to me! Nobody Likes Me is another example of how depression affects how a person can look at themselves and their surroundings. I was enjoying it so far..so good!
Meet Your Maker was so freaking ill, it's a track that shows J.Hexx's sadistic side of music, where he wants to kill you, in front of a wild crowd and possess your sprit after you're dead and gone to the afterlife! Serious sick shit! Grayson lends a ill verse to Understand Me, another great collaboration with J.Hexx who also tears the mic up with dark lyrics and a sense of reality talking about how people say they know you but they don't understand you. The New York Ripper is a cool skit, it then goes into another good song, What the F#@K?, a party song gone wrong. Crazy is another good song. Sadistic is sick as well!
Dear Son was a real deep song and will hit you if you are a dad and you have experienced being away from your child during baby mama drama, and those who haven't experienced it. I went thru this and it sent a chill down my spine! The Get Em' Skit was cool too.
Mistakes was a great track and shows how much emotion the artist puts into his music. I don't wanna ruin it for you, you need to peep it. Thingz Change was a good track as well, and then the album ends with a bang!
If you are wondering about buying this, if you like something different and have a open mind to music, this will satisfy you and it will grow on you tremendously. I gave it a shot and what i have heard from it, it reminds me of The Gravediggers, mixed with a bit of Necro and Eminem and has a very grindhouse 70's horror film sound to it.
Overall, i think it's a great purchase and i recommend this album to anyone who would want to venture into a dark world different than ours, yet it has many influences of reality in it. Since i bought this album, i have become a fan and i hope to hear more from this artist in the future!
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