MIKE PATTON's Collaboration With Norwegian Producer To See Light Of Day In November

The much-anticipated collaboration between former FAITH NO MORE singer Mike Patton and Norwegian producer John Erik Kaada (CLOROFORM) is slated for release on November 30. The record, entitled "Romances", is "a beautiful piece of music. . . sure to put you in the mood for love," according to posting on the Ipecac Records web site. The complete track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Invocation
02. Pitie Pour Mes Larmes
03. Aubade
04. L'Absent
05. Crepuscule
06. Viens, Les Gazons Sont Verts
07. Seule
08. Pensee des Morts
09. Nuit Silencieuse

Preview the upcoming album at this location.

In other news, the movie "Firecracker", which includes Mike Patton's feature film acting debut, will have its world premiere at the Raindance festival in London. The festival runs October 1-10. The exact screening date and time have yet to be announced. More information is available at this location.


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