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Press release drops for “The Marvelous Missing Link (Lost)

With it being the official release date of The Marvelous Missing Link (Lost), you know there’s going to be quite a bit of media coverage about it!  So to add to the list, we got hit up by Total Assault about a new press release that has hit the interwebs as of just a few minutes ago!

In this release, they give a little bit of insight on the new album, talk about and list all of the upcoming instore dates, and talks about the upcoming release of Found in just three short months!  Take a look below:

The Dark Carnival is Back as the Insane Clown Posse releases The Marvelous Missing Link (LOST) Today

ICP’s New Album Drops as the Duo Unleashes “The Marvelous Missing Link’s Traveling In-Store Tour” Upon an Unsuspecting Nation

The Dark Carnival is back in town as Insane Clown Posse, one of the best-selling independent groups of all time, today released the first entry in their new two-part concept album, The Marvelous Missing Link, through Psychopathic Records. Chapter one, The Marvelous Missing Link (LOST), is a 14-track raw, terrifying, and uncompromising album that stands as a testament to the creativity and musical prowess that have made Insane Clown Posse true pop-culture legends. Kicking off today in their home state of Michigan, ICP’s Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope will be heading out on The Marvelous Missing Link’s Traveling In-Store Insanity Tour where ICP will sign CDs and unveil exclusive merchandise (note: at all in-stores ICP will stay until every Juggalo in attendance has a chance to meet them and get one item signed).

The Marvelous Missing Link (LOST) is the first “Joker’s Card” release since 2012’s The Mighty Death Pop! The Marvelous Missing Link’s second installment, The Marvelous Missing Link (FOUND), will be released exactly three months after (LOST) on July 28th. These long-awaited releases will be part of a year that Juggalos won’t soon forget. 2015 will bring new music videos (the first is being shot this week), the month-long The Marvelous Missing Link’s Traveling In-Store Insanity Tour, the 16th annual Gathering of the Juggalos July 22nd – 25th at Legend Valley in Thornville, OH, a nationwide tour later this year and more. A full line of Missing Link merchandise is already available at HatchetGear.com now.

The Marvelous Missing Link’s Traveling In-Store Insanity Tour Dates:

4.28 Berkley, MI @ FYE 6pm
4.29 Chicago, IL @ Reckless Records 7pm
4.30 Golden Valley, MN @ Down in the Valley 7pm
5.1 Sioux Falls, SD @ Last Stop 7pm
5.3 Billings, MT @ Hastings 6pm
5.5 Spokane, WA @ Hastings 6pm
5.6 Silverdale, WA @ FYE 7pm
5.7 Salem OR @ FYE 6pm
5.9 Modesto, CA @ FYE 6pm
5.10 Torrance, CA @ FYE 7pm
5.12 Sierra Vista, AZ @ Hastings 6pm
5.14 Farmington, NM @ Hastings 6pm
5.15 Albuquerque, NM @ Hastings 7pm
5.17 Denver, CO @ Second Spin 6pm
5.19 Oklahoma City, OK @ Hastings 6pm
5.20 Waxahachie, TX @ Hastings 6pm
5.22 St. Louis, MO @ FYE 6pm
5.23 Richmond, IN @ Hastings 7pm
5.24 Columbus, OH @ Magnolia Thunderpussy 6pm

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  1. Cheshyr

    Cheshyr

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 01:56 pm GMT -6 at 1:56 pm

    Ya know what DIDN’T drop?
    That gawdamn CD I “pre-ordered” months ago into my mailbox today!

    And now I’m reading that those that have are reporting that the HG pre-order version does not have anything “3D” about the cover?!

  2. Sqeek

    Sqeek

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 03:53 pm GMT -6 at 3:53 pm

    Same here, Cheshyr. Mine hasn’t even shipped yet. It still just says ‘printed’ on Hatchet Gear. The whole point of pre-ordering the damn album is so it’s in your mailbox on the release date.

  3. DemonicSwagger

    DemonicSwagger

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 05:16 pm GMT -6 at 5:16 pm

    They should probably fire JWebb.

  4. scruffy

    scruffy

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 08:37 pm GMT -6 at 8:37 pm

    the point of preorders is not to get the album on release day.
    the point, is to have actual sales, not knowing if you can rely on getting any sales at all, in the event the album leaks. which it did.
    and fuck what everybody always claims, we all know that an assload of ninjas that dl’d it arent gonna buy it. the majority, no doubt.

  5. antifire2k12

    antifire2k12

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 08:47 pm GMT -6 at 8:47 pm

    thats why i get them on amazon got my shit at noon today :)

  6. Cheshyr

    Cheshyr

    Comment posted on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 12:19 am GMT -6 at 12:19 am

    Preorders are to project production.
    In any other context, PREORDERS get sent out first as typically the preorder sales were what provided the revenue to produce said item. Usually when it’s a limited edition, they only make as many ordered. But within THIS arena, the preorders should be sent out in time for or BEFORE a release date.

  7. scruffy

    scruffy

    Comment posted on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 01:48 am GMT -6 at 1:48 am

    ‘should be’ aint got much to do with how shit works.

  8. antifire2k12

    antifire2k12

    Comment posted on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 07:41 am GMT -6 at 7:41 am

    like i said amazon baby learned my lesson long time ago with hatchet gear and the preorders.

  9. MaskedNinja

    MaskedNinja

    Comment posted on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 08:13 am GMT -6 at 8:13 am

    I am glad I am not the only one that has not received my order (Missing Link CD) on time. Mine still says printed…this happened with the mighty death pop too.

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