Thy Art Is Murder’s CJ McMahon Features On New Brojob Track!

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Brojob, the worlds new favorite hyper masculinity-testing deathcore band recently took the music community by storm with their Valentine’s Day single, “Be My Valentine” which features vocals from Dickie Allen of Infant Annihilator.

Additionally, the band also received attention online with releases like “Talk Sh*t, Get Kissed” and “Erection Injection” which both feature quite possibly the most homosexual lyrics any deathcore band has put out since the creation of the genre, and that’s what makes Brojob so loveable.

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 The location of the band is currently unknown – actually everything about the band is currently unknown. Despite the popularity behind the project, Brojob have chosen not to advertise their location, image or even names to the public. Who are Brojob? We wish we could tell you.

However, what we can tell you is that the people – or person – behind Brojob has now released a brand new track “Tickle War” with Thy Art Is Murder’s very own CJ McMahon.

“Tickle War” is a hilarious twist on Thy Art Is Murder’s last album “Holy War.”

A few months ago, Brojob also released a shirt that aimed to raise money for suicide prevention. Since the release of the shirt, Brojob reached their sales goal for the cause. You can still purchase the shirt for 9 more hours HERE

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When discussing the benefit tee, Brojob told The Sickest “Dealing with depression is a constant battle. For most, it’s what feels like a never-ending downward spiral. A lot of people don’t really know what it’s like to feel like you have no one to reach out to and that’s the biggest issue. When you feel alone, you give up hope. It’s important for people to realize that there is always someone to turn to. We’ve lost people close to us to suicide and it’s so heartbreaking accepting that it’s too late and there’s nothing you can do. The “F*CK HATE” shirt is dedicated specifically to those who have been bullied for their race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, national origin, religious views, or disability.”

“We wanted to remind people that there is always a helping hand in sight. We’ve even let our fans know that they can message us for help. We’ve gotten to know some of them on a personal level while helping them deal with loss or depression. We love being able to provide our fans with comfort. It’s heart-warming,” Brojob added.

You can check out Tickle War below:

As an established Writer and Photographer from Brisbane, Australia, she respects the daily grind, and attempts to lace readers with a mutual love for music of all genre. While respectively being published in So Raspy, Blunt Magazine and Hysteria Magazine, among other blogs throughout her career, She now brings her raw, uncut and informative writing style to The Sickest. Instagram: @carleymariemedia