MC Frontalot, the world’s 579th greatest rapper, delays physical copies of his new album just days from release.
It’s been a little over four years since MC Frontalot released his last album, ‘Question Bedtime‘.
A new release from the “Godfather of Nerdcore” then, seems overdue. But on the cusp of dropping a new long-player, the rapper has pushed back the release by three months.
Recognised as the originator of the title ‘Nerdcore Hip-Hip’, MC Frontalot has just finished touring the UK in support of geek rockers Wheatus. The release of his seventh studio album was expected to punctuate the rapper’s return to the US on December 4th.
Somewhat suddenly though, Frontalot has announced that physical copies of the album will now be made available for general sale on March 8th 2019. The silver lining being that he now intends to add a vinyl release too.
Making that silver lining even shinier. If you already pre-ordered the album, you’ll still get your compact disc, as expected, in early December.
Any scepticism that the sudden delay is simply to facilitate an additional purchasing option, thus increaseing potential sales is rendered somewhat moot by the rest of Front’s post on Facebook: “Also you can hear the whole thing right nowww at frontalot.bandcamp.com and I hope you do.“
Follow the link above and you can stream ‘Net Split or, the Fathomless Heartbreak of Online Itself’ in its entirety, for free. Happy days.
Pre-orders for physical versions of the album are open now. If you pre-order you get the digital download immediately.