Back in February, we premiered noise-rock trailblazers METZ's gnarly cover of the Cramps' "Call of the Wighat," a standout cut off long-running noise-punk label Three One G's forthcoming tribute album to the psychobilly miscreants, Really Bad Music for Really Bad People. Today (March 13th), another track off the star-studded compilation has been unleashed — this one featuring none other than that man of a thousand voices, Mike Patton. The Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk, etc., etc., singer teamed with Zeus! for the cover, which takes the already freakishly fun song to depraved new heights. It also arrives paired with a visualizer by Displaced/Replaced that underscores the madness perfectly.
Really Bad Music for Really Bad People will be released digitally as well as on limited edition vinyl on May 1st, but it's available for pre-order now. The comp was mastered by Brent Asbury at Measurable Harm, and features layout and design by Black Moon Design. Check out the cover art and track listing below.
Really Bad Music for Really Bad People track listing:
Child Bite "TV Set"
Metz "Call of the Wighat"
Secret Fun Club feat. Carrie Gillespie Feller "I Was a Teenage Werewolf"
Chelsea Wolfe "Sheena's in a Goth Gang"
Sonido de la Frontera "Zombie Dance"
Qui "New Kind of Kick"
Zeus! feat. Mike Patton "Human Fly"
Magic Witch Cookbox "People Ain't No Good"
Microwaves "Don't Eat Stuff Off the Sidewalk"
Daughters "What's Inside a Girl"
Panicker "I'm Cramped"