Mr. Bungle, whose Halloween 2020 streaming special “The Night They Came Home” captured the Northern California-born band performing songs from its freshly released album, “The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo,” interspersed with behind-the-scenes footage, surprise cameos and a few surprise covers, will release the nearly two-hour film on June 11, 2021, via Ipecac Recordings.
“The Night They Came Home,” which was directed by Jack Bennett, will be available as a CD/Blu-Ray, CD/DVD, VHS and digitally. The CD portion features remastered audio, while the film features Mr. Bungle’s performance, Neil Hamburger’s opening set, three official music videos (“Raping Your Mind,” “Eracist” and “Sudden Death”) and extended behind-the-scenes footage. The VHS release, limited to 1,000 copies, is an edited, performance-only portion of the film. Pre-orders are available here.
“The Night They Came Home” track list:
Won’t You Be My Neighbor (Fred Rogers cover)
Anarchy Up Your Anus
Raping Your Mind
Hell Awaits/Summer Breeze (Slayer/Seals & Croft medley/cover)
World Up My Ass (Circle Jerks cover)
Glutton For Punishment
Hypocrites/Habla Español O Muere (S.O.D. cover)
Spreading the Thighs of Death
Loss for Words
Loss of Control (Van Halen cover)
In 2020, Mr. Bungle released “The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo” (https://lnk.to/MBWrath), its first new music in over 20 years, was received with great fanfare. The album news followed a spate of sold out 2020 live performances, which saw Mr. Bungle playing to some of its biggest audiences ever.
After 15 years of inactivity and 21 since its last album, avant-metal weirdos Mr. Bungle reappeared from the mists of time to re-record the 1986 demo. Not content to merely rehash their high school days, core trio Mike Patton, Trey Spruance and Trevor Dunn enlisted help from Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian and former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo.
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