Insane Clowns for Jesus

By EUGENIA WILLIAMSON  |  October 25, 2010

Benevento hopes to one day write a book about The Unveiling, ICP's concept album revealing that the "Dark Carnival" they had been rapping about all along is actually God. In the meantime, she's happy to share what she's learned. "Knowing anything factual about the ICP immediately makes you something of an expert," she admits. "People want to know things, but aren't willing to listen to more than one song."

Insane Clown Posse were scheduled to perform Saturday, October 23 — but have postponed until December 17 at the Palladium in Worcester. Eugenia Williamson can be reached at

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