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Mr. Bungle To Play Virtual Live Concert Experience On Halloween

Mr. Bungle’s The Night They Came Home! event will celebrate Halloween in a very special way.

The day after the release of their upcoming The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny Demo record, Mr. Bungle will be performing a virtual Halloween show.

The band’s The Night They Came Home! set will air on October 31 at 7pm GMT, and will be available on demand for the following 72 hours (grab your tickets and most excellent merch bundles at mrbungle.live).

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Mr. Bungle’s performing line-up will consist of original members Trevor Dunn, Mike Patton, and Trey Spruance joining forces with Anthraxs Scott Ian and Slayers Dave Lombardo – the same group of musicians also appearing on The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny Demo. 

Recording this music with these guys was an enormous head-rush of virtuosity and surprises every day in the studio,” says Mike of the recording process. 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.” 

Check out the brilliant The Night They Came Home! trailer below:

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Posted on October 6th 2020, 12:44p.m.
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