Mr. Bungle Announce Spring U.S. Tour Dates

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Eureka, Calif. – Mr. Bungle continue to extend their 2024 world tour, adding headlining dates to cities the band has not visited since the turn of the millennium, with newly announced performances now also slated for the Southeastern and Midwestern U.S.:

May 6 Dallas, TX House of Blues
May 7 Austin, TX Emo’s
May 8 Houston, TX House of Blues
May 11 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle
May 12 Raleigh, NC The Ritz
May 14 Nashville, TN Brooklyn Bowl
May 15 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room
May 19 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue

Tickets are on-sale this Friday, Jan. 26 at 10 am local time. Ipecac alum, Otto Von Schirach opens on all headlining dates. Ticketing links are available at Ipecac.com/tours.

 

Full list of Mr. Bungle tour dates

February 28 Tokyo, JP Toyosu Pit
February 29 Osaka, JP Namba Hatch
March 3 Auckland, NZ Auckland Town Hall +
March 6 Melbourne, AUS Festival Hall +
March 7 Adelaide, AUS Hindley Street Music Hall +
March 9 Sydney, AUS Hordern Pavilion +
March 10 Brisbane, AUS Fortitude Music Hall +
March 12 Perth, AUS Metro City

May 6 Dallas, TX House of Blues #
May 7 Austin, TX Emo’s #
May 8 Houston, TX House of Blues #
May 10 Daytona Beach, FL Welcome to Rockville
May 11 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle #
May 12 Raleigh, NC The Ritz #
May 14 Nashville, TN Brooklyn Bowl #
May 15 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room #
May 17 Columbus, OH Sonic Temple
May 18 Milwaukee, WI Milwaukee Metal Fest
May 19 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue #

June 16 Zurich, CH X-Tra %
June 17 Milan, IT Magnolia %
June 19 Berlin, DE Huxley’s %
June 20 Copenhagen, DK Copenhell
June 23 Luxembourg Atelier %
June 24 Tilburg, NL 013 Poppodium %
June 27 Oslo, NO Tons of Rock
June 29 Clisson, FR Hellfest

+ with Melvins
% with Oxbow & Spotlights
# with Otto Von Schirach

Mr. Bungle was formed in an impoverished lumber and fishing town by a trio of curious, volatile teenagers. Trey Spruance, Mike Patton and Trevor Dunn beget the amorphous “band” in 1985 up in Humboldt County, Calif., sifting through a variety of members until 1988 when drummer Danny Heifetz and saxophonist Bär McKinnon joined the group. In 1989, Mr. Bungle signed to Warner Bros. Records. No one really knows how this happened and it remains a complete mystery that even the algorithms of the internet can’t decode. Up until 2000 they released three albums (Mr. Bungle in 1991, Disco Volante in 1995 and California in 1999), toured a good portion of the Western hemisphere and avoided any sort of critical acclaim. Some argue that the band subsequently broke up but there is also no proof of this. What is true is that they took 20 years off from performing under said moniker while they pursued various other musics that, in contrast, paid the rent. In 2020, a different iteration of Mr. Bungle emerged, pairing the original trio of Dunn, Patton and Spruance with Anthrax’s Scott Ian and former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo for a proper release of the Eureka-bred band’s unreleased demo, The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny and the new live album, The Night They Came Home.

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