The singer opens up on re-forming Mr. Bungle, his life during the pandemic, and more.
The latest single from the band’s reimagined thrash demo.
The Faith No More and Mr. Bungle singer tells us about the impact Eddie Van Halen had on him as a young musician.
Mike Patton and company will perform a streaming concert in celebration of their new album.
The band’s reimagined version of its Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo arrives on October 30th.
The performance was “created in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and staunchly opposing police brutality and systemic racism.”
The new single features the recent touring lineup that included Scott Ian and Dave Lombardo.
Also featuring highlights from Jacob Collier, Shirley Manson, and Jenny Slate.
The Mr. Bungle / Faith No More singer teams with the original S.O.D. members of the crossover thrash song.
The singer has been watching epic cinema and listening to a collection of calming exotica records.
The band’s current lineup also plans to record three previously unreleased tracks and a bevy of covers.
Patton and Zeus! join Daughters, Chelsea Wolfe, Metz, and more on The Cramps tribute album.