The band’s current lineup also plans to record three previously unreleased tracks and a bevy of covers.
A deep dive into the frontman’s solo albums, super groups, and collaborative efforts.
Mike Patton and company appear to be tracking material after their recent reunion tour.
The ashes of the late Dakota Young were thrown on stage in a pair of his underwear at the February 11th show in Brooklyn.
Mr. Bungle played to a packed house at Brooklyn Steel, performing cover tunes and songs from their ’80s demo.
Mike Patton kicked off the show by singing “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”.
The great rock vocalist shares his philosophy behind honest experimentation.
The experimental rock band will be playing their 1986 demo tape, The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny, with the backing of Scott Ian and Dave Lombardo.
“I hate to tell you, but it’s time for school.” — Sally Brown, Peanuts
12-track effort features six different bass players, including Krist Novoselic.
Mike Patton-led outfit will release “authorized vinyl reissues” in 2015.
There’s nothing like going out on top.