Insane Clown Posse

Fury Tour

Insane Clown Posse

Rittz, Mushroomhead, Genki Genki Panic, Ouija Macchiato's

Sunday, June 9

Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 6:30 pm

$30.00 - $60.00

This event is 18 and over

18+ ONLY. No refunds - No exceptions. Lineups and times are subject to change. Any ticket suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be canceled at the discretion of The Signal and/or Ticketfly. Valid government-issued photo ID required. Tickets available at the door (if not sold out). Standing room only. No re-entry.

Insane Clown Posse
Insane Clown Posse
When Insane Clown Posse (ICP) emerged from the darkness surrounding Detroit’s underground music scene in the early 90s, the world had yet to imagine the impact that the hardcore hip-hop style spawned by these two artists — Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope — would bring to bear on mainstream music. Shunned by mainstream music players like MTV and castigated in the media, banned from radio airwaves and yanked from the shelves of “conventional” retail outlets, ICP was dealt a hand that seemed destined for swift and certain failure. Instead, the duo amassed a following of millions of fans endearingly called “Juggalos” and smashed through the ceiling of music industry expectation.

"The Most Hated Band In The World"
Rittz
Rittz
Born in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, Rittz was raised in a suburban household in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Rittz stated in a 2013 interview with HiphopDX that he came up working various "nine to five" jobs including restaurants during his life. Rittz also went on to say that he commonly told people he was a rapper, even when he was not active. Rittz's big breakthrough was on Yelawolf's 2010 album track "Box Chevy". Rittz has gone on to do many collaborations with Yelawolf since, and also toured in 2012 together on the Slumerican Tour. Rittz is also widely known for his 2011 mixtape "White Jesus". In 2012 he took his favorite songs from White Jesus and added a few new songs and re-released it as White Jesus: Revival. Rittz signed with Strange Music in 2012. Rittz and Tech N9ne immediately started working together and released the popular collaboration "Bloody Murda" shortly after Rittz joined Strange Music. He released his solo debut, 'The Life and Times of Jonny Valiant' on April 30, 2013.
Mushroomhead
Mushroomhead
Mushroomhead – are one of the most unique and adventurous alternative metal bands working today. Known for their stunningly theatrical live show and artsy masks, this innovative band has forged new ground in the rock world and influenced many other bands to push the envelope and bring art into rock. Formed in the early-1990s in Cleveland Ohio, the band’s combination of metal, rock and atmospheric elements has struck a chord with thousands of fans worldwide.

Mushroomhead have been performing incognito since 1993, when drummer Skinny founded the band. The band was meant to be a side-project so they wore masks to go unrecognized, but after only a few shows they developed a rabid and loyal fan base in Cleveland. Mushroomhead released their 1995 self-titled debut album independently and it went on to became an underground hit. This was history in the making because the band really had no proper distribution. Superbuick followed in 1996 and M3 in 1999, all released via an underground street effort.

After the band felt its image and hyper-melodic, heavy style of music was being diluted by other bands jumping into this space, the band started to change their look to reflect nothing out there. After a brief stint on Eclipse Records, a move to Universal Records saw the release of XX (a combination of the past independent releases) in 2001 and XIII in 2003. The band’s last album sold over 200,000 units in the USA alone. Mushroomhead released Savior Sorrow for the pioneering rock label, Megaforce Records (Metallica, Anthrax, Ministry, Warren Haynes, Bad Brains) in 2006. Mushroomhead released “Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children” in the Fall of 2010 and it debuted at #44 on Billboard charts.

It can be said that Mushroomhead’s musical ascendance was a singular, original, aesthetic of eight guys decked out in matching jumpsuits and artsy masks, playing unbelievable, unsettling music. No other band was wearing masks and jumpsuits and purveying this type of ultra-melodic, ultra-dynamic music at the time – Mushroomhead sounded like nothing else. The band’s merging of metal, atmospheric elements, rock, and theatrics mixed with a punk DIY attitude has inspired and spawned other bands. Even though Mushroomhead’s music is rock-leaning in thought, the group remains firmly committed to pushing the envelope and trying new things.

Influences range from the driving rhythms and breakneck turns of Pantera, to the dark melodies of Faith No More, to the atmospheric stylings of Pink Floyd, but all done in Mushroomhead style.
Genki Genki Panic
Genki Genki Panic
Chattanooga TN's anti-heroes, Genki Genki Panic revel in reverb soaked instrumentals that reference the macabre with sardonic winks and nudges, and complex, inventive instrumentation. Their songs bridge the gap between the 80's surf punk of bands like Dead Kennedys and Agent Orange, classic 60's surf instrumentals of the Ventures and Dick Dale, and the metallic intensity of bands like Fantomas, Bad Brains, and Jesus Lizard. With a stage show that has been descibed as Gwar meets the Munsters, Genki Genki Panic has amassed an impressive following in their 2 1/2 year history, sharing the stage with such bands as The Messer Chups, The Independents, Peelander Z, The Queers, King Pelican, The Aqualads, and Daikaiju.

If Link Wray was paying tribute to the golden beaches of southern California, these guys are paddling out in the muddy toxic soup of southern New Jersey...