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Trevor Dunn (Ex-Mr. Bungle, Etc.) Joins Tomahawk

Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle, Secret Chiefs 3, etc.) has joined Tomahawk and will be involved with the groups new album. A posting in regards to that over on Dunn‘s official website reads:

“Upon arriving home from that tour, after licking my wounds, I need to dig into learning music for the new Tomahawk record. And yes, it seems as though I’m joining yet another band. This will probably make the fifth band with which Mike Patton and I have shared the stage. Duane Denison and I have been speculating about playing some music together for a while. So, Nashville, here I come.”

The post seems to imply that the above will take place around March. More details on Tomahawk‘s new album are currently pending.


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        • Aggroculture     February 15, 2012 at 7:18 am

          Either is preferable to Tomahawk, which is preferable to Fantomas, which is preferable to yet another soundtrack or album full of noise and screaming. But I’m sure there’ll be some good songs on it.

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    • HoodooOperator     February 17, 2012 at 2:45 am

      Ok, so we’ve got Patton on SC3 song, Dunn back w/ Patton on Tomahawk and Bar McKinnon has expressed a huge interest in doing another Mr. Bungle album so…where the fuck is Danny Heifitz (sp?) so we can get this ball rolling!? Sheesh…..

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      • philippeletigre     February 17, 2012 at 9:59 am

        Don’t forget that Trey Spruance did a set with FNM, performing King for a Day in its entirety (I think? Wish I was there!). Bury the hatchet, guys! I’d love a follow-up to California. California remains one of the best sounding albums I’ve ever heard.I thought they were at their peak and then shit turned ugly. At least I saw them twice on that tour.

        Regarding Tomahawk, I’d just like their eponymous LP. Not so much for the last two.

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