The world’s best screamer joins one of the world’s biggest metal supergroups.
Probably enough to sell it out, tbh.
From a new covers album of Kozelek’s “favorites”.
Californian alt-metal group Faith No More teased fans with hints of new material in the works via their newly-created official Twitter account yesterday. Faith No More’s very first tweet (below) was a selfie of frontman Mike Patton, with the caption, “Hey! Stay tuned for more Tweets from Twats!!! The reunion thing was fun, but now
Last week Music Feeds reported on an interactive chart floating around the web that purported to have scientifically ranked in order of their respective octave ranges the world’s greatest singers. To alternating reactions of glee and dismay, heading that list last week was Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose, with his mighty command over a
Throw an orchestra behind a rock band and everyone’s a fan. The orchestra imbues depth, a grandeur that makes ordinary music just so much more epic. Or does it? Hurricane Transcriptions, an experimental piece by Sonic Youth noise rock legend Lee Ranaldo was a shining example of what happens when you get too big for
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have unveiled the one-hundred-and-fourteen music scores eligible for nominations in the Best Original Score category for the 86th Oscars, to be held in 2014, with the official longlist featuring the likes of Arcade Fire, M83, and Mike Patton. According to the Academy’s website, to be eligible the
The lineup for Sydney Festival 2014 has been revealed, unveiling an immense selection of rock, folk, country, roots, bluegrass, disco, indie, and everything in between. Organisers have managed to nab Chaka Khan, Amanda Palmer, Lee Ronaldo and Mike Patton just to name a few! Yesterday, theMusic revealed the acts slated for Sydney Festival Paramatta, a
Eclectic, schizophrenic, and un-categorisable rock savant Mike Patton will be returning to Australia in 2014 to join pal and fellow virtuoso of the bizarre, John Zorn while the acclaimed experimental saxophonist makes the rounds for Adelaide Festival 2014 during his very first trip Down Under. The 60-year-old avant-jazz legend announced that joining him for six
Melbourne prog-meisters TWELVE FOOT NINJA have gone from strength to strength over the past 12 months. Following a sold-out Australian tour opening for Dead Letter Circus & Fair To Midland, they released their debut album Silent Machine accompanied by rave reviews and huge kudos for their creative and humorous video clips. With high profile fans
When Faith No More reunited in June of 2009 at the Brixton Academy in London, fans expected big things from the outfit, but many were left feeling pretty left out as the band only performed shows here and there for the following three years. In a recent interview with Believer (Via Blabbermouth) Frontman Mike Patton
Harvest Festival has amassed an eclectic assortment of artists for its 2012 lineup. Yet despite a varied bill that includes acts as diverse as Beck, Sigur Rós and Beirut, a legitimate argument can be made that perhaps the most marginal music on offer comes in the form of Mike Patton’s Mondo Cane.
Tomahawk have returned with their first studio release in around six years. The release will be titled Oddfellows.
Mike Patton is ready to release his next album Music From The Film and Inspired By the Book The Solitude of Prime Numbers (La Solitudine Dei Numeri Primi), which has derived from a score he wrote for a film that was, as you guessed it, inspired by the book The Solitude of Prime Numbers. The
Avant-garde supergroup Fantômas will release The Director’s Cut Live: A New Year’s Revolution on DVD this September.
Merely a week after Japan suffered its shattering tsunami and earthquake, the rock community is getting itself in gear to raise funds for victims and the relief effort, with the likes of Yoko Ono, Lou Reed, Sonic Youth and Linkin Park the latest to get involved with benefit concerts or auctions, following yesterday’s news that