Growing up these best friends turned their love for horror films and music to a combined passion that was the perfect fit at Goodieboyz.
Growing up in Seattle, WA Bam and Vince snuck into R rated horror films with dreams of one day becoming horror film directors. After working on their craft for years they would create a “found footage” horror movie that became a underground success and even picked up by a online video streaming service.
Thinking they were well on their way to becoming film legends they sold everything and used all their savings to move to LA. After a year they found themselves only working on low budget horror film sets for penny’s while working at diners. Bam used to play in a goth band in Seattle while Vince played piano so both took gigs on the side to help pay for bills until they could fulfilled their dream.
One day while Vincent was working on a song Bam heard him and started to play a guitar riff that took the song in a completely different direction. Vincent added synth and electronic sounds and created something they thought sounded like out of the Nine Inch Nails wheelhouse. They spent the entire weekend working on several types of songs using this style until they came up several unique songs that brings a industrial feel to rock.
Months later they tested out the new songs at a local club using the stage name “Twisted” and the audience went crazy. They were so unprepared for this response they didn’t even have a answer when audience members asked where to download. They created more music, downloaded music online and now was ready to sell their music at other gigs which they adjusted their name to “Twisted Prodigy”.
Their popularity grew and they were finally able to support themselves but in the back of their minds they still wanted to see their horror projects come to life.
When Goodieboyz sent out a request for help with developing horror shorts and films the Twisted Prodigy team responded and after also discovering their music passion were signed to a dual deal to release their brand of music and their horror concepts.