Earlier this month, Motionless In White and Twiztid announced two Fright Fest shows taking place this week. They kicked off the first gig, deemed Devil’s Night, last night with support from Chelsea Grin and Alla Xul Elu.

The show took place in Twiztid’s hometown of Detroit at the Majestic, and they pulled out all the stops. The band brought out Motionless In White’s Chris Motionless and Chelsea Grin’s Tom Barber for special performances

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Twiztid, Motionless In White, Fit For A King and All Xul Elu will also be playing Fright Fest’s Halloween night show Oct. 31 at Pop’s Concert Venue in Sauget, Illinois. Shows are all ages, but minors will pay an additional two dollars. Tickets are available here. Doors will open at 6 p.m., and the show will begin at 7 p.m.

Check out Barber on “Nothing To You” and Motionless on “Kill Somebody” below.

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Halloween isn’t the only holiday Twiztid are celebrating. A couple weeks ago, they announced their fifth annual Christmas show.

The Twiztmas Party will be held Dec. 7 at the Crofoot in Pontiac, Michigan, with eight other acts. The lineup features Eastside Mash Up, Alla Xul Elu, Insane E, Redd, Mr. Yug, Kosha Dillz, Xtra Overdoze and Daniel Dahmer.

This all ages show allows free entry with a minimum donation of four canned food items. Donations may be dropped off at the concert venue in advance or day of show in exchange for a ticket.

Every year, Twiztid take their thousands of canned food items from the show and donate them to the local Gleaners Community Food Bank.

Audience members also have the option to pay a one dollar entry fee if they choose not to donate. There will also be free food and a silent auction. Tickets are available here.

The band also just announced a New Years Eve show with Emmure. They’ll be joined by Alla Xul Elu, Islander, Lex The Hex Master, Sharptooth, Degrader and bloodbather. The show will be held at Reverb in Reading, Pennsylvania and tickets go on sale Friday, Nov. 2 at 1 p.m. EST.