Review: Tomahawk "Oddfellows"

Mr. Bungle and Fantomas vet Trevor Dunn finally joins Mike Patton’s Tomahawk, and he brings a circus variety of bass styles, including fast-paced, grinding lines (“Store Letter”), jazzy walking lines (“Rise Up Dirt Waters”), and straight-up rock riffage (“Oddfellows”) to this action-packed, entertaining album.
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Mr. Bungle and Fantomas vet Trevor Dunn finally joins Mike Patton’s Tomahawk, and he brings a circus variety of bass styles, including fast-paced, grinding lines (“Store Letter”), jazzy walking lines (“Rise Up Dirt Waters”), and straight-up rock riffage (“Oddfellows”) to this action-packed, entertaining album.

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