Plus personne n’y croyait depuis longtemps, mais oui, Mr Bungle vient de sortir un titre inédit. Son premier depuis 1999 et la sortie de California. Il s’agit d’une reprise du groupe Exploited, « USA ».

A ce jour, le line up de Mr Bungle est : Mike Patton, Trevor Dunn, Trey Spruance accompagnés de Scott Ian (Anthrax) et Dave Lombardo.

Mieux encore, 100 % des bénéfices de la vente de ce single iront au MusiCares Covid-19 Relief Fund. Il vous suffit de cliquer ici.

Vous trouverez le communiqué intégral du groupe ci dessous:

A cover of The Exploited’s « USA » with 100% of the proceeds going to MusiCares Covid-19 Relief Fund. Stream, download and pick up the limited-edition shirt here: MR. BUNGLE’S FIRST RECORDED MUSIC SINCE 1999 Thanks to Wattie & The Exploited! Mr. Bungle’s current incarnation features original members Trevor Dunn, Mike Patton and Trey Spruance with Scott Ian (Anthrax, S.O.D) and Dave Lombardo (Dead Cross, ex-Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies), is donating 100% of the proceeds from both the song and a limited edition t-shirt to the MusiCares’ COVID-19 Relief Fund, through the 4th of July. The shirt, which will only be offered through Independence Day, is available exclusively via Mr. Bungle’s webstore at (UK/Euro fans can get it at:…) MusiCares’ COVID-19 Relief Fund was created by The Recording Academy® to help those within the music community who have been affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. « Doesn’t matter what part of the political spectrum you are on, everyone at some point has said ‘Fuck the USA’. The closest thing we have to a universal sentiment, » says Spruance. “This is a song that resonates and speaks to the country that Ipecac calls home,” adds Ipecac Recordings Co-owner Greg Werckman, who will also be donating the label’s proceeds from the single. “Over 100,000 US citizens are dead from the pandemic. At the same time protective masks have turned into a political football and no one has a grasp on testing. Racism continues to rear its ugly head. Police brutality spikes, unemployment spikes, depression spikes and ‘our’ ego driven elected officials don’t seem to care. We need to do a better job of looking out for each other. MusiCares looks after all of us in the music community.”

Stay tuned for more Mr. Bungle news very soon!