Esham Releases “Bombass Cloudcast: Suicidal $cribble Scrabble Edition”

One of the underground originators of the wicked shit, Esham has just released his Bombass Cloudcast: Suicidal $cribble Scrabble Edition. This edition features tracks from Esham and those ninjas Mastamind and Skitzo.

Esham is releasing his latest album $cribble on May 26th. Purchase details, track list and more info can be found by CLICKING HERE.

Listen to Esham’s Bombass Cloudcast by CLICKING HERE or check out the player below:



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Heavy (feat. Kiiara) [Disero Remix] - Single



Check out the Disero Remix of "Heavy" (feat. Kiiara) HERE!

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AJ Jordan – “1995” [Official Music Video]

Here is AJ Jordan’s latest music video effort entitled “1995”…a flashback autobiography of his adolescent life, based on a true story.

 



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Phasmophobia – By: Ryan Bond

Ryan Bond (aka Madecipha) may not have delivered the first or most definitive book on the paranormal, but it is a very personal and in depth journey through one man’s eyes. “Phasmophobia” literally means the fear of ghosts and at first this may seem like an unfitting title for a book about adventures in ghost hunting, but take a closer look.

As Ryan kicks things off, we begin with his first paranormal experience as a child. It is this innocence that brings the fear into play and what eventually drives this life long passion to seek out these entities. It is truly this opening chapter that sets the tone for the rest of the book by putting us into Ryan’s mindset unlike most books on the subject. We even see the realization of the true meaning of death through his eyes as a young boy. Along with other family tragedies and increasing paranormal experiences, his fear continued to persist for a majority of his life.  As the opening comes to a close Ryan reveals the moment his passion for the paranormal exploded and took hold.  Though the fascinating tales that come in the following chapters and definitely captivating, I feel that this preface and introduction gives every moment so much more weight. I can’t commend Ryan enough for being so open and giving us unique perspective for a book on the paranormal.

The heart and soul of “Phasmophobia” begins as we dive into the actual ghost hunting excursions themselves. The chapters are broken up into seven separate investigations with the closing chapter covering some other various locations. Naturally we start with what Ryan refers to as his first “real” adventure to a haunted location.  While the rest of the locations aren’t necessarily in any particular order, they all offer that unique and personal perspective that makes each detail pop in your mind.

Along with these in depth paranormal encounters Ryan provides a variety of photos to accompany each story. While some suggest evidence to back up an experience (or perhaps an unnoticed experience) others showcase the decrepit states that some, if not all, of these locations have withered away to. Trust me, if the stories aren’t sending a chill up your spine or having you glance over your shoulder, these pictures should put you in the right frame of mind.

Though the author currently hails from New Haven, Connecticut, these true accounts are drawn from some of the most haunted places throughout New England. Each location has a very distinct feel that is projected in eerie detail that almost makes you feel as if you are there yourself.  The aforementioned photos add to the wonderfully haunting atmosphere. And seem to bring a unified feeling to each distinct investigation.

Ryan ends things with a nice conclusion chapter that really brings things full circle and gives a positive sense to the whole experience, even for the spirits themselves. As he says, “Maybe some of these spirits appreciate the average ghost hunter, for it gives them some sort of human contact again and a chance to be heard or seen one last time.”

OVERALL:

While the investigations are interesting and engrossing, whether you believe or not, it’s the truly personal and passionate point of view that makes this such an interesting read. The seedlings of fear that began as a child and eventually became a passion for the truth is told in a very natural way.  If you have an interest in the paranormal, this is definitely a unique enough read to seek out. As someone who has read several books on the subject myself, this is one that sets itself apart from the open.

This isn’t just a great debut book on the paranormal, but a wonderful tale of a deep seeded passion and venturing into the unknown with an open mind. It’s clear that Ryan isn’t done hunting anytime soon, so hopefully we’ll see another collection of investigations told in his uniquely natural and personal style.

Ryan Bond (Madecipha) owns and manages the independent Spider Bite Records label, which is where you can also find all of his Madecipha albums as well. Check out my interview with the man himself –>Madecipha Interview<– and get a more in depth into his life, musical career and even give his music a listen as well.

 



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New Hatchet Herald covers ICP’s upcoming Midwest Shows and COC Show

We got us another Hatchet Herald to report on, ninjas and this one is full of ICP live performance flavor.

In this edition, Mr. X gives us the run down on the Insane Clown Posse’s upcoming Midwest shows where they may (or may not) be playing some of that Bang! Pow! Boom! freshness for ya. That’s purely speculation. he also goes over the upcoming Carnival of Carnage show going down in southwest Detroit! I hear the Inner City Posse will be making their return.

Peep all the flavor below:

Direct from Mr. X… It’s The Hatchet Herald

Something Wicked This Way Comes……….

As you sleep peaceful at night completely lost in your own happy dreams of puppy dogs and ice cream, The Dark Carnival is quickly approaching a town near you.  There is no rest for the wicked clowns and their parading carnival of side shows and freaks. The Insane Clown Posse will be constantly surprising you with popup shows, tours, and random flavor through the entire year of 2017.

First and foremost…. Insane Clown Posse will be invading the Midwest next Thursday, Friday, and Satuday with shows Indiana and Illinois. Why did ICP pick these 3 random dates and cities? Well that’s because ICP does whatever the fuck they want! So here’s a quick list of dates and ticket links for these 3 upcoming shows.

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Thursday May 4th at Big Shots in Valparaiso, IN

https://theticketrumba.com/tickets/6118

Friday May 5th at The Portage Theater in Chicago, IL

https://theticketrumba.com/tickets/6116

Saturday May 6th at The Emerson Theater in Indianapolis, IN

https://theticketrumba.com/tickets/6117

Also don’t forget to grab you VIP Packages here for a chance to meet the Wicked Clowns and participate in the epic conclusion to ICP’s show we like to call…….. Faygo Armageddon.

http://www.hatchetgear.com/icp-may-event-meet-greet-vip

AND NOW FOR THE SHOW YOU’VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR……….

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Juggalos, there are some ICP concerts where history is truly made: The first time Faygo was thrown on stage and at the audience. The first times the Clowns performed “Riddle Box,” “Milenko” or “Jeckel Brothers” in their entirety for the first time ever. And now another history-making live event is coming on Saturday, August 26 … being held right on Vernor Avenue in Southwest Detroit across from Clark Park–the very nucleus of where ICP began their long, hardworking rise to world domination.

Fam….get ready for the first ever… CARNIVAL OF CARNAGE SHOW! YES! The almighty first Joker’s Card will be performed from start to finish at the fresh new venue El Club, which is located smack dab in the area where the Inner City Posse and then the Insane Clown Posse got their start.

Not only will the Wicked Clowns be revisiting the historic wicked shit classic album “Carnival of Carnage,” but the opening act is going to flip your fuckin’ wig all the way back. So far back it peels off your scalp, leaving your bloody skull fully exposed.

The opening act for the Carnival of Carnage Show is … INNER CITY POSSE! They’ll be bringing back those old school Dog Beats that first made some noise in Detroit Murderous way back at the dawn of the ’90s.

I don’t have to tell you that day be one of the most incredible shows ICP has ever put on. But here’s the think: YOU GOTTA GET TIX ASAP BECAUSE YOU KNOW THIS FUCKER IS GOING TO SELL OUT WITH THE QUICKNESS!

Tickets go on sale THIS WEDNESDAY, May 3 at noon and you can ONLY get them at the website www.tickets.psychopathicrecords.com. ONLY that special website.

So get ready to experience TRUE Juggalo family history in the making. THIS IS THE BIG ONE, NINJAS!! WHOOP WHOOP!

Until next time Juggalos…..

Stay 17’in

…Mr. X



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