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Clark since his return to Psychopathic Records, and the first album to focus on the Dark Carnival since the conclusion of the group's original "Joker's Cards" series. In 2010, Psychopathic Records released a "Nuclear Edition" of the album, which featured previously unreleased material. Clark produced much of Insane Clown Posse's discography until the group's sixth and seventh albums, Bizzar and Bizaar. , "If I Ate Your Brains", was released as part of a single for the 2009 Hallowicked concert.
Released on September 1, 2009 by Psychopathic Records, it was the group's second album with producer Mike E. Critics praised Clark's production and the return to the Dark Carnival concept.
is the eleventh studio album by American hip hop group Insane Clown Posse.
The character is the first of a set of six new Joker's Cards. The music video for the song "Miracles", produced for the reissue, became viral, and was the subject of a Saturday Night Live parody which was praised by the group. After Clark nearly died from a collapsed lung, he became less active in the music industry, his studio not being used for much of the early decade, Much material was recorded for the album; some songs left off the initial release appeared on the "Nuclear Edition" reissue, while another song intended for Bang! "There comes a time, every so often, when the Dark Carnival begins to swell with the countless souls awaiting judgement, and the thriving mob begins to tear at each other to find a place in lines that stretch out of view.
The album's title refers to a character within the Dark Carnival described as a large, continuing explosion which clears evil souls from the carnival grounds. And as attractions open wide to accommodate crowds frantically clawing their way inside, he will come to perform the cleansing." The album features a series of skits in which rednecks, pedophiles, and husbands who abuse their wives receive phone calls inviting them to the Dark Carnival, where they are promised US$100,000 for arriving.
Inspired by the television series To Catch a Predator, the song's lyrics describe Violent J luring pedophiles into his house to violently murder them.
According to Bruce, "I could easily see myself killing pedophiles in real life and having no guilt.
The only reason I don’t do it is because I'd probably get caught.
So its nice to live it out through my music." "Fonz Pond" was inspired by a series of bicycle trails and paths leading to what had once been a pond, but had dried out, and was filled with garbage and rusted junk. The first part of the tour kicked off on September 15, 2009 and concluded on October 31, 2009 at ICP's annual Hallowicked Show.