Those dirty old clowns the Insane Clown Posse have announced that they will tour the U.S. this fall with Psychopathic label mates Twiztid and Blaze Ya Dead Homie. The tour is tagged the American Psycho Tour.
According to a press release from the label, “Like with any tour that ICP headlines, anyone attending the “American Psycho Tour” can expect devastating, colorful stage sets with dancing zombies and clowns, plus massive crowds of Faygo covered Juggalos chanting “Whoop Whoop”. And to create even more anticipation and excitement in the underground, Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J decided to bring along label cohorts Twiztid and Blaze, making this Psychopathic Records’ biggest, nationwide campaign to date.”
In addition, “Not only will ICP, Twiztid and Blaze perform their individual sets at all scheduled American Psycho Tour dates, but on separate dates the three artists will combine to perform as the independent label’s “Super Groups” - Dark Lotus and Psychopathic Rydas. Dark Lotus will perform at its own shows, which will be separate dates from the “American Psycho Tour” dates. As for Psychopathic Rydas, this group will perform at official after parties only. Be on the lookout for all Dark Lotus and Psychopathic Rydas dates, as only a few have been scheduled thus far.
Going with tradition, the final date of the tour will be in Detroit on Halloween, as the duo perform their annual Hallowicked show. There will also be a CD to commemorate the tour, called American Psycho available at the dates and here.
More information about the tour, including dates and venues, can be found here.Follow @City_Slang
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