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Tag Archives: Steve “Stevic” MacKay

Stevic and Kin of Twelve Foot Ninja’s favorite moments from the Revolver Golden Gods

Posted by on April 26, 2014

Whether you were happy or not about the final results from this year’s Revolver Golden Gods, there’s no denying that the competition was tough for the “Best New Talent” category. That’s why it was a joyous surprise that Twelve Foot Ninja ended up taking home the Golden God. While all the nominees were deserving in […]

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Twelve Foot Ninja releases NSFW crowdfunded video

Posted by on February 4, 2014

Back in April, we spoke with Steve “Stevic” MacKay about Twelve Foot Ninja’s attempt to crowdfund the making of a new music video. Since then, not only did the Australian group finally tour North America, but also raised over $52,000 for the video (which was more the the $45,000 they were asking for) So last […]

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On The Road With Twelve Foot Ninja

Posted by on November 13, 2013

Things didn’t get off on a great note for Twelve Foot Ninja’s first ever tour of the States. Thanks to visa issues, the Australian band’s entire involvement with Periphery’s This Tour Is Personal fall tour was in jeopardy. It was extra hard for us at Metal Insider to see, given that when we spoke to […]

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Twelve Foot Ninja Gives Fans An Inside Look Behind Music Videos, Raises Over $50,000 Via Crowdfunding Campaign

Posted by on May 1, 2013

When we spoke to Twelve Foot Ninja guitarist Steve “Stevic” MacKay last month, he noted how the group has always made an effort to add humor into its music videos. And recently, Stevic teamed up with Metal Injection to give fans an even deeper look behind the making of the Australian metal groups’ music videos. […]

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Twelve Foot Ninja Talks About Periphery Connection, Aspirations For The U.S.

Posted by on April 9, 2013

Twelve Foot Ninja has taken their home country of Australia by storm with their debut full-length Silent Machine. While the album has yet to be properly released in the U.S., the group’s unique style of prog metal (imagine Mr. Bungle infused with elements of djent) has already caught the attention of many American fans, including […]

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