The experimental rock group Mr. Bungle, fronted by Mike Patton, has officially scheduled their first Atlantic Coast tour since 2000. With 2020’s The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo, the group restored their early thrash metal character.
Indeed, Mr. Bungle have added a “eastern swing to their slate of 2023 outings,” with more shows in cities like New York, Boston, and Toronto. This is because the group, which now features Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian and journeyman drummer Dave Lombardo, will already “venture out on their first post-pandemic tour dates this May as part of [Patton’s] Ipecac Recordings’ “Geek Show,” according to a press release.
Battles will support Mr. Bungle out east. See the previously announced Ipecac “Geek Show” dates with Mr. Bungle and Melvins below, as well. Get Mr. Bungle tickets here.
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