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Mr. Bungle: “The Night They Came Home!” Virtual Concert

CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN
WITH MR. BUNGLE AS THEY PRESENT 
“THE NIGHT THEY CAME HOME!” 
A VIRTUAL LIVE CONCERT EXPERIENCE

TICKETS & EXCLUSIVE BUNDLES ON-SALE NOW
www.mrbungle.live

THE RAGING WRATH OF THE EASTER BUNNY DEMO 
ARRIVES OCT. 30 VIA IPECAC RECORDINGS

ALBUM PRE-ORDERS: https://lnk.to/MBWrath

Mr. Bungle, the NorCal-born band who release their first new album in 21 years, The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo, on Oct. 30 via Ipecac Recordings, have announced a Halloween special: “The Night They Came Home!” a virtual live concert experience.

The special event will feature a performance from the current incarnation of Mr. Bungle: Mike Patton, Trevor Dunn, Trey Spruance, Scott Ian and Dave Lombardo. As Rolling Stone said in their Fall music preview: “musical curveballs are encoded in Mr. Bungle’s DNA” so fans can, and should, expect the unexpected.

Tickets are $15 and available now via www.mrbungle.live. The first screening airs at 12 noon pacific/3 pm eastern on Oct. 31 with the on-demand program available for the following 72 hours. An array of exclusive, commemorative merchandise, including a limited (1000 copies) neon green vinyl variant, will be available to attendees.

Mr. Bungle announced the forthcoming release of The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo to great fanfare. The album news followed a spate of early 2020 live performances that sold out immediately and saw the band playing to some of its biggest audiences ever. The album, which is a proper recording of Mr. Bungle’s much traded, yet unreleased, 1986 demo cassette, has been previewed with singles and videos for “Eracist” (https://youtu.be/Cug4UPwcvlo) and “Raping Your Mind” (https://youtu.be/3U5ZKKxqUzY). Decibel declared the collection “one of the best thrash albums of the year,” Stereogum said “…Mr. Bungle are reliving their very earliest days and kicking a whole lot of ass in the process,” and Brooklyn Vegan dubbed the release simply “badass.”

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