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Posted on Feb 24, 2012 01:36 pm
Ever since Faith No More reunited three years ago, several of Mike Patton's "side" projects have remained mostly dormant. Among the most notable absences is Tomahawk, his group with ex-Jesus Lizard guitarist Duane Deninson, ex-Helmet drummer John Stanier, and, as-of-recently, ex-Mr. Bungle bassist Trevor Dunn. Thankfully, the band's hiatus is finally coming to an end, as a new album has been confirmed, along with a few re-releases.
Upon starting a Facebook page last November, Tomahawk already hinted at the possibility of recording new music. Now comes the official announcement that the band's first three records on vinyl, for Record Store Day. The special package, appropriately titled "Eponymous To Anonymous", will include their self-titled debut "Tomahawk" (2001), their sophomore "Mit Gas" (2003), and their last LP "Anonymous" (2007).
However, the more exciting bit of news comes with the information that the box set will feature a "space to insert the soon to be released 4th Tomahawk record." While there's no official title or release date announced, it gives certainty that the band's much-anticipated comeback LP is on the way. While we wait for more details, here's their classic performance of "God Hates A Coward":