Madchild Releases New Video For “Terror” and New Album “Demons”; [Tour Dates Inside!]

Canadian hip-hop legend Madchild released his brand new studio album Demons today!   In case you missed it, you can see the track list for Demons here:

  1. Intro
  2. Brainstorm (Produced by Rob The Viking)
  3. Han Solo (Produced by C-Lance)
  4. Demons (Produced by C-Lance)
  5. Watergate (Produced by Sean Chapman)
  6. Times Change (Produced by Rob The Viking)
  7. Death Race (Produced by Rob The Viking)
  8. My Turn (Interlude)
  9. Dreaded Force (Produced by C-Lance)
  10. No Separation (Produced by Sean Chapman)
  11. Follow (Produced by Rob The Viking)
  12. Cold Blooded (Produced by C-Lance)
  13. Soiled in Regret (Produced by C-Lance)
  14. Forget About You (Produced by Rob The Viking)
  15. Rocket Fuel (Produced by Rob The Viking)
  16. Terror (Produced by Sean Chapman)

You can purchase or stream the album digitally at any of your favorite digital outlets.  If you want to get a CD, vinyl, or some other merch related to the new LP, you can get those here:

He’s returned with a dark visual for the track “Terror” directed by Luke Connor.  See that here:

Madchild is currently touring across North America with Stevie Stone from Strange Music as a part of The Strange Noize Tour 2019 with 1Ton and Phil Mauro.

Check the tour dates to see if he’s coming to a city near you:
  • 4/25 – Gallup, NM @ Juggernaut Music
  • 4/26 – Denver, CO @ The Roxy Theatre
  • 4/27 – Colorado Springs. CO @ Sunshine Studios Live
  • 4/28 – Greeley, CO @ Moxi Theater
  • 5/01 – Springfield, MO @ Outland Ballroom
  • 5/04 – For Worth, TX @ Ridglea Theater
  • 5/07 – Gainesville, FL @ High Dive
  • 5/08 – Melbourne, FL @ Wynfield’s Sports Bar
  • 5/09 – Jacksonville, FL @ The Surfer Bar
  • 5/10 – Spartanburg, SC @ GroundZero
  • 5/12 – Baltimore. MD @ Tin Roof
  • 5/13 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu
  • 5/15 – Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall
  • 5/16 – Boston, MA @ Sonia at the Middle East
  • 5/17 – Laconia, NH @ Granite State Music Hall
  • 5/18 – Toronto, ON, Canada @ The Rockpile
  • 5/19 – Quebec, QC, Canada @ La Source de la Martiniere
  • 5/22 – Harrisonburg, VA  @ The Golden Pony
  • 5/23 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater
  • 5/25 – Cincinnati, OH @ Top Cats
  • 5/26 – Indianapolis, IN @ Citadel
  • 5/27 – Chicago, IL @ Subteranean
  • 5/29 – Madison, WI @ Ruby Madison
  • 5/30 – Minneapolis, MN @ Whiskey Junction
  • 5/31 – Iowa City, IA @ Gabe’s
  • 6/01 – Omaha, NE @ Lookout Lounge
  • 6/02 – Sioux Falls, SD @ Bigs
  • 6/05 – Whitefish, MT @ Casey’s Whitefish
  • 6/06 – Bozeman, MT @ The Filling Station
  • 6/07 – Jerome, ID @ Diamondz Event Center
  • 6/08 – Anchorage, AK @ Koot’s

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Madchild – “Terror” (ft. Sam Neider) [Official Music Video]

Madchild “Terror” featuring Sam Neider was produced by Sean Chapman Directed and Edited by @lukeconnorvisual and appears on Madchild’s upcoming new album dropping April 26th, 2019 via Battle Axe Records. Madchild “Demons” is available for now online at and

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MAEZ301 Releases New EP: “Phase 1”!

The newest signee to Strange Music has just released a brand new EP titled Phase 1!  It’s only a 4 track EP clocking in at about 13 minutes, and is a good introduction to what Maez will be bringing to the label.  There’s also a feature with Tech!  If you want to purchase the album, you can get it for $3.99, or stream via Apple Music or Spotify.  Check the track list below:

  1. Get ‘Em
  2. No Rest
  3. Ay (ft. Tech N9ne)
  4. Advance

See all of your purchase and streaming options here:

You can listen via Spotify here:


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How to Roll a Cone: Our Video of the Week

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Description: To get a bunch of people high, you’re going to need more than the average joint. HIGH TIMES senior cultivation editor Danny Danko demonstrates how to roll a cone.

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Canadian Government to Approve Second Roadside Drug Testing Kit

The Canadian government is set to approve a second roadside device authorized for use by law enforcement personnel to detect the presence of THC in drivers. In an order released on April 20, the Canadian Department of Justice announced a proposal to add the SoToxa drug screening device to the list of approved equipment for roadside tests. The proposal would add three pieces of equipment that are designed to be used together– the SoToxa analyzer, a device to collect a saliva sample, and a cartridge used to hold the sample in the machine– to the list of equipment that may be used by police in roadside drug screenings. The SoToxa equipment analyzes a saliva sample provided by a driver to detect the presence of THC.

“Approval of the SoToxa™, the Abbott SoToxa™ Test Cartridge and the Abbott SoToxa™ Oral Fluid Collection Device, when used together, as ‘approved drug screening equipment,’ would permit its use by law enforcement. A positive result would be a strong indication of recent use,” the order reads.

Panel Recommends Approval

The Drugs and Driving Committee of the Canadian Society of Forensic Science, an independent group of forensic toxicologists, evaluated the SoToxa system and recommended that Attorney General David Lametti approve the equipment for use by police in roadside screenings for THC. The device is currently undergoing a 30-day public consultation period pending approval.

Police in Canada are currently limited to the sole approved device, the Drager Drug Test 5000, for roadside drug screenings. The Drager 5000 is approved for detecting the presence of THC and cocaine. The device is also used by numerous departments in the United States and other countries, although its functionality, particularly in cold weather, has been criticized.

Canadian police gained the authority to conduct roadside drug screenings of drivers with the passage of Bill C-46, which was approved by Parliament last year along with Bill C-45, the measure that legalized the recreational use of cannabis. Bill C-46 also makes it illegal to drive within two hours of being over impairment limits. Although the failure of a roadside drug screening test is not by itself a crime and the results cannot be used in court, it can lead to further police action including a blood test to determine legal impairment.

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