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MR. BUNGLE Announce Openers for Sold Out Reunion Shows

I'm very jealous of San Fran getting the Neil Hamburger opening slot. He's gonna troll these crowds.

Mr. Bungle surprised everyone when they announced reunion shows happening later this year.  Fans were so excited, they sold out all the shows without even learning who the openers were. (By the way, if you do want tickets, you can get 'em here)

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Today, said openers were revealed via a new advertisement the band posted. Here's all the info from the press release and the flyer.

Mr. Bungle’s Trevor Dunn, Mike Patton, and Trey Spruance will be joined by Scott Ian (Anthrax, S.O.D.) and Dave Lombardo (Dead Cross, ex-Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies) for what has been dubbed: Mr. Bungle Plays The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny. The one off tour finds the group playing the self-produced and self-released 1986 demo in its entirety, marking not only the first Mr. Bungle performances in 20 years but the first time these songs will be played live in close to three decades.

February 5 Los Angeles, CA Fonda Theatre – H09909 and Hirax open

February 6 Los Angeles, CA Fonda Theatre – Cattle Decapitation and Neil Hamburger open

February 7 Los Angeles, CA Fonda Theatre – The Melvins and C*nts open

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February 8 San Francisco, CA Warfield Theatre – Victims Family and Intestinal Disgorge open

February 10 New York, NY Brooklyn Steel – Full of Hell and Spotlights open

February 11 New York, NY Brooklyn Steel – Antidote and Cleric open

February 13 San Francisco, CA Warfield Theatre – Possessed and Neil Hamburger open

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I'm very jealous of San Fran getting the Neil Hamburger opening slot. He's gonna troll the fuck out of these crowds. Tickets are sold out, but you can get tickets here.

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