Dead Cross (Ex-Slayer, Faith No More, Etc.) Premiere “Church Of The Motherfuckers” Music Video

Dead Cross (Ex-Slayer, Faith No More, Etc) have premiered a new video for their song “Church Of The Motherfuckers,” via Revolver. This song is from the band’s self-titled debut album.

Justin Pearson commented:

“We are not capable of understanding aspects of molecular genetics, let alone the universe. I’d rather not fill in the blanks with outlandish oppressive morals, offensive social politics, and patriarchal garbage. In the year 2017 AD some humans still think there is a god.”

Advertisements

Mike Patton Says Faith No More Are On An “Extended Break”, Wants To Release More Music With Dead Cross

Mike Patton was recently interviewed by Full Metal Jackie, and revealed the Faith No More are on an “extended break,” He also discussed Dead Cross and his hopes of releasing more music with the group. You can read his statements regarding those topics below.

Patton said the following when asked if he had anything to share about Faith No More’s current status:

“No, I would share but I don’t know anything. So, we’re kind of on a extended break and if something happens, it’ll happen organically and naturally but I kind of don’t think it will. I kind of feel like we’ve tipped the scales a little bit, but we’ll see, who knows? I’ve learned my lesson not to say ‘No.’”

He then added:

“It’s one of those things, kind of like going to a family reunion and get along with your uncle and you’re like, ‘Oh, we’re going to go to the next BBQ. Fine.’ It’s really the way it is for us.”

He also said the following when asked if Dead Cross would continue:

“I think we should. It’s going so well and it feels really good — we get along real well. I don’t see why we shouldn’t put out a few more records and keep touring. So, we’ll see. I’ve learned to not make too many promises in advance, so, who knows? [laughs]”

[via Loudwire]

Dead Cross Perform Trump Version Of Dead Kennedys’ “Nazi Punks Fuck Off” With Jello Biafra

During Dead Cross’ (ex-Slayer, Faith No More, etc.) show at The UC Theatre in Berkeley, California last night (August 23), the group were joined onstage by Dead Kennedys legend Jello Biafra for a Trump version of “Nazi Punks Fuck Off” appropriately titled “Nazi Trumps Fuck Off.” The performance was complete with the band wearing “Nazi Trumps Fuck Off” shirts with Trump’s face crossed out. You can buy those HERE. Mike Patton told the crowd the following:

“Two words: Jello. Biafra. Sorry, Mariah Carey was supposed to do this song, but that turned out to be fun with fake news. So… now… more… than… ever… Nazi Trump, fuck off!”

Mike Patton Invites Young Fan Onstage At Dead Cross’ Austin, TX Show, Comments On Skateboarding Injury At Los Angeles, CA Show

During Dead Cross’ August 16 show in Austin, TX, Mike Patton (Faith No More) invited a young fan onstage. Check out footage of that below. In other news, Patton also commented on his skateboarding injury, which led to one show cancellation, during the band’s Los Angeles, CA show last night (August 22). He said the following about that:

“What’s up L.A.? What? I said what’s up? Ok, Ok. Check me out, I’m all fucked up, see? This is what happens when a 50-year-old tries to skateboard, bad. Whoever came last night, thank you, for your patience and understanding. And we hope you fucking dig it!”

Dead Cross Cancel Last Night’s Show In Los Angeles, CA After Mike Patton Gets Injured In An Accident

UPDATE: Dead Cross have now confirmed that Mike Patton’s injuries were due to a skateboarding accident and that the band plan to play at El Rey theater in Los Angeles tonight (August 22). Their publicist said the following:

“Patton is okay. He is getting stitched up and is raring to go. He thought he could skateboard to the show last night but he suffered a bad wipeout on the way.”

ORIGINAL STORY:

Last night’s (August 21) Dead Cross show at El Rey in Los Angeles, California was cancelled after vocalist Mike Patton (Faith No More) got into an accident. Mike Crain (Retox) and Dave Lombardo (ex-Slayer) took the stage to address the crowd (see below video):

Crain said the following:

“There’s been an accident. Mike was in an accident. It’s not grave, but he’s unable to be here tonight. He’s hurt. So I’m sorry. We apologize. We’re gonna reschedule. And tickets will be refunded at points of purchase.”

Lombardo added:

“On behalf of the band, we’re really sorry.”

The band’s publicist also commented:

“Mike Patton was involved in a minor accident last night en route to the Los Angeles date of Dead Cross‘ current tour. Tonight’s performance has been canceled but a decision has yet to be made about the remaining dates.”

Dead Cross Members Get Detained In Texas

It looks like Dead Cross’ Justin Pearson and Michael Crain were detained by police whine Texas. Those two and Dave Lombardo shared some posts regarding that:

Your life can get worse. So can the world. @dead_cross_official #deadcross

A post shared by Justin Pearson (@justinpearson31g) on

Welcome to Texas boys! #deadcross #tourlife #southernhospitality

A post shared by Michael Crain (@michaeljasoncrain) on

This is happening and it's not good. #jesuspolice #deadcross #criminals

A post shared by Dave Lombardo (@davelombardo) on

The band’s publicist also commented:

“Aug. 16 2017, Houston Texas – Members of Dead Cross were temporarily placed in police custody while in Houston on Aug. 15. The band, who just released their eponymous debut album via Ipecac Recordings and are on tour in support of the album, had their gear searched and were restrained during the inspection.

The band members have been advised by legal counsel not to provide further comment on the incident. More information is expected to be made available from authorities following arraignment.”