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September 2021

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Psychosexual: Who’s Your Devil Daddy?
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Psychosexual: Who’s Your Devil Daddy?

Former Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer is back and at center stage with a hellishly fun new rock ‘n’ roll group.

Are you a fan of theatrical horror rock? Bands like Kiss, Alice Cooper and Gwar? How about the metal masters Five Finger Death Punch? Well, time for you to meet your new favorite band! 

Allow us to introduce you to Psychosexual, a perfect blend of guts, gore and glorious rawk. Yes, rawk! Fronted by Devil Daddy—aka former Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer in full devil prosthetic makeup (think Tim Curry in the film Legend)—and powered by a merry band of masked, faceless but fierce players, Psychosexual plays dark, fast and somewhat evil real rock ’n’ roll. With songs like “Love on the Grave” and “Bleed for Me,” you are sure to dig them. 

In this exclusive HUSTLERMagazine.com interview, we caught up with Spencer from his home in Las Vegas to discuss everything from leaving Five Finger Death Punch to meeting toothless groupie girls giving “gummers” to working with porn girls who can act to “making love” in a graveyard.

HUSTLERMagazine.com: What is your earliest memory of HUSTLER?

Jeremy Spencer: I’m sure it was at a friend’s house. They had their magazines hidden under a mattress. My friend and I would sneak and look at them, and think we were so cool. Trying not to get caught. That was when I was really young. As I got older, I remember buying a few here and there. Then the internet happened. That opened up a world to me. 

Did you, like many musicians, get into rock ’n’ roll to get girls? 

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