Star-studded comeback album arrives one week early.
No wonder it took 13 years.
Hey, it’s Mike Patton.
Welcome to the new blood.
The forceful title track to the band’s first LP in six years.
Plus, a release date for Oddfellows and a West coast tour.
Super group’s first tour since 2003.
Sit down with it.
First album in six years.
Patton teams with Brussels’ Ictus Ensemble.
Patton returns to the silver screen…again.
A lush departure from the king of weird
Complete with Mike Patton singing about “chestnuts roasting on an open fire.”
“You wanna get nuts? C’mon! Let’s get nuts!”
The band will be joined by former member Trey Spruance on guitar.
Beach House’s Victoria Legrand, Zola Jesus, and Mike Patton also pay tribute.
Guest musicians like whoa.
A night of music for a good cause.
“It feels really good to be the bad guy.”
A breath of (LSD-infused) fresh air.
Profanation: Preparation for a Coming Darkness arrives next month.
The final countdown…
If it’s better to burn out than to fade away, this was an inferno.
A different twist of surprise.
“Better beware, there’s a full moon tonight.”
A rare interview with the man behind one of America’s most intriguing bands
Sorta Totally Awesome.
It’s at The Edge of the World, though.
Like it’s hot. Because it is.
It’s la vita Ã¨ bella for Mike Patton’s Italian orchestra project
Who says it’s all been done?
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