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MR. BUNGLE Have A New Video For An Old Song That Grinds

Any new Patton is good for us!

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Mr. Bungle returned for a set of shows (remember shows?) last year, and they had so much fun, they all got together  to record The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny Demo, which will be released on Oct. 30 via Ipecac Recordings.

Original Mr. Bungle members Trevor Dunn, Mike Patton, and Trey Spruance are joined by Scott Ian (Anthrax, S.O.D.) and Dave Lombardo (Dead Cross, Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies) on the album.

The 11-track album, features all the tracks written for the 1986 demo, plus a cover of the S.O.D. classic “Hypocrites / Habla Español O Muere” (a.k.a. “Speak English or Die”) and Corrosion of Conformity’s “Loss For Words.” The album was produced by the band, recorded by Husky Höskulds at Studio 606, and mixed by Jay Ruston.

Rhea Perlman gets a credit on the release as the narrator of “Anarchy Up Your Anus.”

"Recording THIS music with THESE guys was an enormous head-rush of virtuosity and surprises every day in the studio,” explains Patton. “Trey’s video game-esque solos, Scott’s bionic right hand and cyborg-like precision, Dave’s caveman-meets-Bobby Brady-like drum fills, Trevor’s solid foundation and laser-focus to detail. There is nothing sweeter than getting your ass kicked by true comrades…where everyone has a singular drive and mission.”

Trevor Dunn adds: “Recording this record felt like we were finally utilizing our Ph.Ds in Thrash Metal. All we had to do was go back to our original professors for some additional guidance and talk them into joining us. Turns out we were A+ students. We even went for extra credit by revisiting some tunes that we'd given up on back in the day. It was less like a trip of nostalgia and more like the refining of an original, worthy document. We were haunted for 35 years by the fact that this music wasn't given it's due respect. Now we can die.”

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