ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian went and got himself a brand new tattoo of the MR. BUNGLE “bunny” logo.
Scott, who has been a member of MR. BUNGLE since the summer of 2019, posted on his Instagram page yesterday (Saturday, June 12) a time-lapse video of him getting the tattoo on the back of his upper arm at Sara Lou Tattoo in L.A.
Scott wrote: “You can get a bunny tattoo of your own, it didn’t hurt (yes, it’s me). Not feeling that committed? Then get ‘The Night They Came Home’ and just feel like you’re getting tattooed,” he said, referencing MR. BUNGLE’s just-released first live album.
MR. BUNGLE was formed in an impoverished lumber and fishing town by a trio of curious, volatile teenagers. Patton, Dunn and guitarist Trey Spruance launched the group in 1985 up in Humboldt County, California, sifting through a variety of members until around 1989 when they settled on a lineup that managed to get signed to Warner Bros. Records. Up until 2000, they released three albums (“Mr. Bungle” in 1991, “Disco Volante” in 1995 and “California” in 1999) and toured a good portion of the Western hemisphere.
MR. BUNGLE recently confirmed that they will be playing Riot Fest in Chicago in September of this year. The festival marks the first time singer Mike Patton has performed on the same bill with both MR. BUNGLE and FAITH NO MORE.
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