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Mike Patton too ill for tonight’s Chris Cornell tribute appearance

Posted by on January 16, 2019

Unfortunately, Mike Patton is still sick as he had no choice but to cancel participating in tonight’s Chris Cornell tribute show held at the Forum in Los Angeles, CA. The Faith No More/Dead Cross etc. frontman shared the following statement via Facebook: “Unfortunately I’m not going to be able to make the Chris Cornell tribute concert […]

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Bummer alert – Mike Patton too ill to sing tonight’s National Anthem

Posted by on January 12, 2019

While many of us were planning to watch tonight’s Rams/Cowboys NFL Finals Game just to see Mike Patton sing the National Anthem, Patton unfortunately is too ill to perform. The news comes from the Faith No More/Dead Cross singer’s Facebook with the following statement: Sorry football folks, i woke up feeling horrible. No anthem today […]

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Holy Shit – Mike Patton is singing the National Anthem tomorrow at the Rams/Cowboys game!

Posted by on January 11, 2019

We were just closing down shop for the weekend at Metal Insider when we got some late breaking news that is a phenomenal way to kick off your Friday afternoon/night – Mike Patton will be singing the National Anthem at tomorrow’s Rams/Cowboys NFC finals game! The Faith No More/Dead Cross/Tomahawk/everything-else-cool vocalist has one of the […]

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Metal By Numbers 8/1: Skeletonwitch devour sales

Posted by on August 1, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Welcome back, missed you all last week. I was on my favorite kind of vacation: sitting in a cabin in the woods doing absolutely nothing while listening to Agalloch. But now I’m back just […]

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Mike Patton streaming haunting new song “Dead Woman’s Secrets”

Posted by on July 18, 2018

This Friday (20th), Mike Patton’s expanded score for last year’s Netflix adaptation of Stephen King’s novella 1922 will arrive via his own Ipecac label. The film was directed by Zak Hilditch as it tells a story of a man confessing to his wife’s murder and is later convinced she is haunting him. The Faith No […]

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Watch Mike Patton make wings; Dead Cross play a Super Bowl halftime show

Posted by on February 5, 2018

If you watched the Super Bowl like most of America did, perhaps you saw Justin Timberlake’s halftime show in between what was actually a thrilling game with some solid commercials. However, if you were in the know, you probably tuned in to PBR’s halftime show.  Mike Patton probably isn’t a football team, but everyone likes […]

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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Glenn Howerton says ‘Gojira is amazing’

Posted by on December 28, 2017

  For today’s fun news, actor Glenn Howerton, who plays Dennis Reynolds in the FX comedy series, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, has revealed he’s a fan of heavy music. Fans asked the actor via Twitter if he liked any hard rock or heavy metal bands. Howerton’s response was, “Gojira is amazing.” Later, he threw some love […]

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The Dillinger Escape Plan to perform ‘Irony is a Dead Scene’ with Mike Patton

Posted by on November 9, 2017

We’re about a month and a half away from The Dillinger Escape Plan’s last show ever. It’s been in the works since right before Dissociation was released, last year, and on December 29th, they’ll be playing Terminal 5 for the last time ever. While that show sold out quickly, they added another the day before, which […]

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Photos: Dead Cross and Secret Chiefs 3 take Manhattan, Brooklyn

Posted by on September 20, 2017

What could be better for a Mike Patton fan than seeing Dead Cross, his latest project with members of Retox and drummer extraordinaire Dave Lombardo? How about having Secret Cheifs 3, featuring his Mr. Bungle bandmate Trey Spruance open? If you’re down with the above and lived in the New York area, you had two […]

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Mike Patton kind of doesn’t think Faith No More will reunite again

Posted by on September 11, 2017

A quote that’s been attributed to Mick Jagger, Dee Snider and a film that came out a few years ago is “anything worth doing is worth overdoing.” Thankfully, Faith No More never got that memo. After breaking up in the ‘1998, they never played again until 2009, and it took them six years after that […]

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