Like leather whips? Get turned on by writhing hips? Like a show that has all that and a bag of chips?
Do you like hardcore but think the average show is a bore? Well, cry no more and get ready to explore.
Does sexuality bother you? If so, you won't know what to do when the Genitorturers come through.
You will likely see a dildo. Just thought you should know. It's quite the show to bestow.
Take a loved one. Convince them to have some fun. Once you see it, it cannot be undone.
I first got shocked at 18, before I was really in the music scene, and it was one of the top shows I seen.
As a young'un, it blew my mind, going far past a little bump and grind. Cum on stage if so inclined.
There was blood, piercings and hooks, the type of stuff that's not in college books; plus, good looks.
It's enticing, like a kid offered candy, but it will leave you feeling randy. Know their modus operandi?
Gen's not just another pretty face. She can put you in your place. She's not scared of death's embrace.
She's smart; she studied pathology. She knows of necrology. She's skilled in stage urology.
She married Evil D of Morbid Angel. You know those two can raise hell. On stage, they excel.
They record in claustrophobic situations, capturing spacial relations for true sounding communications.
They had two drummers on stage. Both pound out with rage - pent up frustration, like trapped in cage.
Of course, there's sparks, a shower of real electric arcs, from a grinder girl who hardly remarks.
She doesn't talk much, as she's on stilts and such. Will she give a beating or a horn with gentle touch?
Pick someone from the crowd. Get up there, get naked, and make mom proud. Don't scream too loud.
Hope you're not afraid of her urination, a lil' golden shower hydration. Say you want scrotal inflation?
There's no telling what you'll see. Watch out for that a stream of pee. Hook skin and hang from a tree.
She has an electrical tape x on her boob. Nah, you don't need lube. Don't be a sheltered little rube.
Penetrate what cavity? At 20 Years of Depravity, they played their first album in its entirety.
The show is a bit like Mardi Gras. On stage is Jerry Outlaw, who's as intimidating as a buzz saw.
Sean Colpoys and Howard Davis are hard like a clavus and their music is as contagious as favus.
It's been 20 years, but they're still making people face their fears while earning a whole lot of cheers.
Listen to a familiar song while staring at a humungous dong that's squirting white; it's thick and long.
Get into the music and mosh, or cover yourself in acorn squash and slip around until you slosh.
Whatever you're into, whatever fetishes accrue, this is a show that you'll want to come to.
There's no need for a translator. Catch them at a festival, club, or ampitheatre. You can thank me later.
For more on Genitorturers, visit www.genitorturers.com. The author of more than 100 books, Marisa Williams earned her Master's in Writing from the Johns Hopkins University. For more by Marisa, visit www.lulu.com/spotlight/thorisaz and www.examiner.com/tourism-in-detroit/marisa-williams.