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Injektion XL
Injektion XL
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Our software works with most phones and carriers out there (both inside and outside the US) with a few notable exceptions: Nextel, Boost Mobile, and Telus Mobility have disabled the ability for their users to use downloaded songs as ringtones and Metro PCS does not currently offer internet access from phones on their network. Here is a list of a few additional phones that should work, but don't beacuse the carriers have disabled the ability to use downloaded songs as ringotnes: Audiovox CDM-8915 Pantech PN-215 Sidekick II Sidekick III LG VX5200 LG VX8100 LG VX9800 (The "V") Samsung SCH-A850 As long as a phone can access the internet and can play real music ringtones chances are we've got it covered. Injektion XL is outta Cleveland, Ohio. We have performed with some of the rap scenes best hardcore rappers today. From members of the Wu Tang Clan, all of the Psychopathic Records artists, all of the Suburban Noize Records artists, Wolfpac, Bone Thugs N' Harmony, all of the Strange Music artists, Zug Izland, Critical Bill, Vanilla Ice, Kurrupt, DJ Swamp, Lavel, Kash Kola, Psych Ward, Lunice, R.I.A., Spooky, Sickle Cell, Jimmy Swagger, Johnny Givens, Bizzy Bone, The Ol' Dirty Bastard(R.I.P.), Deuce Dirty, 216, BedLam, The R.O.C., King Gordy, Marz, The Union, American Rockstar, Burning Vegas, A.A.I., MobbStarz, No Clue Records, Twisted Thoughts, WWE'S John Cena, ClaaS, ToxSick, Drainage X, The U Click, GhostFace Killah, Bonk, Nye, and many others. If you are looking for a hardcore rap group that can really throw down live then look no further than Injektion XL.
Band/artist history
Injektion XL consists of two main members: Tkilla and ProVok. They have been blowing up the Cleveland rap scene now for over a year, with their hard, fast, and energetic stage shows(First starting out as "Tkilla N' Kkilla" now merged into Injektion XL). With their first concert being in February of 2004, they continue to pollute the scene with there graphic lyrics and mind rattling beats. An elite blend of hardcore hip-hop, laced with dangerous heavy guitar, and topped off with some of the foulest lyrics and audio samples out to date. There kill or be killed stage mentality is what sets this group far from the rest in the scene. XL is one of the only local rap groups in Cleveland you will find that puts as much attention to the concert aspect as they do anything else. They produce a very unique stage show, that gets crowds pumped. Their shows come equipt with tagged up road barricades, road cones, caution tape, skulls, to bodies hanging from one the other stage props. XL takes their shows very serious. They want the crowd to be as hype as possible, starting mosh pits, crowd surfing, jumping off of the stage, etc. Injektion XL is also big on free stuff. Stickers, samplers, shirts, or flyers are always a good thing to have to get the audience more focused on you. The more the fans get into it, the more Injektion XL can punish the stage live. Dubbed Clevelands Kings of Promotion, Injektion XL hits up any and all concerts in the area, no matter who or what is playing. XL does not care if you listen to metal, hip-hop, rap, rock, or any genre for that matter. They will be outside the club when the show is over passing out flyers, samplers, stickers, etc. They even pass around other groups flyers along with there own. Making Flyer Packs(plastic baggies stuffed full of promo gear) to throw out at all shows, record stores, malls, clubs, hangouts, etc. Injektion XL has a self-owned promotion company called Xtra Lethal Promotions. In which other bands, no matter who, can get their flyers and samplers thrown into the baggies to be tossed around. Injektion XL also has their own street team which consists of people from all over the country including: Cleveland, Mansfield, Akron, Garrettsville, Warren, Brookville, Columbus, Tennessee, California, St. Louis, Florida, New York, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Phoenix, and they have even sent CD's to a DJ in Argentina who is now playing there songs on his radio show over there. XL has a lot of promotion online as well, including a total of 3 major web sites. They are affiliated with many other artists around the globe and you can find them through just about any search engine on the net. In the Cleveland area they have DJ Cripple, DJ Jay Fresh, and DJ Ripsta playing songs on there college radio station, 88.7fm - WJCU, through out the year. We give them people to tune into there shows and they play our songs in return. We help each other out. Also we got our CD's into Record Exchange in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio(soon to be available at all Record Exchanges). We put them in there April of 2004, and we have had a steady string of buyers every month. Injektion XL has financially supported everything on their own since the beginning. No one has helped XL get were they are today, but themselves. They have purchased anything from studio time, beats, flyers by the thousands, cds by the thousands, videos, dvds, stickers by the thousands, t-shirts, all their own stage props, professional artwork, photos, web sites, P.O. Box, computer programs, cordless microphones (which XL has rented out to artists such as Bizzy Bone of Bone Thugs N Harmony, Lloyd Banks of the G-Unit, and Troy Hudson of the Minnesota Timberwolves). The list of purchases over the years are endless, those are just the basic buys. Injektion XL has had some small goals to start out with, which were conquered in the previous years. Some of them included getting a web site, selling cds, being able to do concerts in state and out, country wide promotion, to recording in studios. Injektion XLs 5th show EVER was at The Gathering of the Juggalos 2004, which is put on by Psychopathic Records. They shared the stage with top names like O.D.B.(R.I.P.), Vanilla Ice, I.C.P., Tech N9ne, Kurrupt(of Tha Doggpound), Bone Thugz N Harmony, etc. XL played on Thursday evening in front of 7,000 people from all over the globe. XL had an awesome crowd reaction getting mosh pits and crowd surfers. They were also interviewed and put in Empire Magazine shortly after, with the likes of Wolfpac, Korn, P.O.D., and more. Having accomplished some very big steps early in their career, they are fueled to go onto bigger and better things. Since XL has progressed in every way of the business, they are now looking onto new and improved goals. Somewhere along the lines of heavy national promotion, national distribution, national tours, getting the group financially stable, and getting to record in professional studios. Injektion XL is ready to take that step up in the business, because they know what needs to be done, and they know what they want. Injektion XL is now hard at work on there upcoming LP entitled XTRA LETHAL, which is set to drop on Saturday January 28th, 2006. They have been in the studio non-stop throwing down even harder tracks to get the crowds kicking. They want everything on the new album to be as live as possible, taking out all the stops. Injektion XL WILL raise the bar once again for local rap in Cleveland, and they WILL NOT STOP until everyone in their path knows about, INJEKTION XL! Thank you for taking the time to read about Injektion XL. We hope we have filled you in as much as possible. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to get in touch with us at the below contact. INJEKTIONXL@AOL.COM
Have you performed in front of an audience?
We play live a lot in Cleveland and surrounding cities and states.
Your musical influences
Bedlam, Spice 1, Brotha Lynch Hung, Twiztid, Esham, MC Eiht, Necro, Tech N9ne, Project Deadman, Ill Bill, Lamb Of God, Primer 55, GWAR, Disturbed, KoRn, GorTex, Nonphixion, Sabac Red, Cannibal Corpse, Anybody Killa, House of Krazees, The R.O.C., King Gordy, Tupac, Biggie, Mike E. Clark, Wolfpac, Mike Jones, Swishahouse, Kottonmouth Kings, St. Dog, Judge D, Big B, Taxman, Westside Connection, Kutt Calhoun, Scatterman and Snug Brim, Insane Clown Posse, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, NATAS, Redman, Mastamind, Static-X, DOPE, Method Man, Lil Wyte, 3-6-Mafia, Wu-Tang, Dayton Family, Eminem, 1430, White Zombie, Ozzy, Black Sabbath, Marilyn Manson, Pantera (R.I.P. DIMEBAG DARRELL), (216), Mushroomhead, Runt, Resist, Unified Culture, Slipknot, Six Feet Under, Slayer, and many other sick people.
What equipment do you use?
We use a wide variety of programs and instruments to get our music to sound the way it does.
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