It's now been 20 years since what many count as Mike Patton's finest musical moment, Faith No More's 1992 Angel Dust, but the 44-year-old is still trucking along with as prolifically as ever. Next January, Patton's project Tomahawk -- which also features the Jesus Lizard guitarist Daune Denison, Melvins bassist Trevor Dunn, and Battles drummer John Stanier -- will return with Oddfellows, its first album since 2007's Anonymous. The album was recorded at Dan Auerbach’s Nashville Easy Eye Sound studio and co-produced by Tomahawk and Collin Dupuis (the Black Keys, the Nocturnals). Additionally, a new trailer for the album already has comments sections just buzzing with King Crimson comparisons. Judge for yourself below.
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