Mike Patton Cancels All FAITH NO MORE & MR. BUNGLE Tour Dates

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – FEBRUARY 21: Mike Patton of Faith No More performs on stage at Soundwave Festival at Eastern Creek Raceway on February 21, 2010 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images).

Mike Patton has announced the cancellation of all upcoming Faith No More and Mr. Bungle shows.

“Sorry to report that due to mental health reasons, I cannot continue with the currently scheduled Faith No More and Mr. Bungle dates,” Patton said in a statement.

“I have issues that were exacerbated by the pandemic that are challenging me right now,” Patton added. “I don’t feel I can give what I should at this point and I am not going to give anything less than 100 percent.”

Both Faith No More and Mr. Bungle had shows in September and October, including Sacramento’s Aftershock Festival in October.

Regrettably @FaithNoMore has cancelled their upcoming Fall performances, including Aftershock 2021. We are ecstatic to announce that @cypresshill will be headlining the Thursday Night Party to kick-off the epic weekend! Less than 23 days to go! pic.twitter.com/7kU3lTKNM2





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