MJI Interactive reports: WOLFMOTHER have won over lots of new fans this year, but apparently Mike Patton isn't one of them. "Are you hearing this shit?" the former FAITH NO MORE singer exclaimed while listening to the band during an interview held backstage at this year's Lollapalooza festival. "Forgive me, but WOLFMOTHER, you suck! Enough already." Watch video of the interview at this location.As previously reported, Patton's band PEEPING TOM performed at Central Park Summer Stage on August 17 in New York City. Watch video clips from YouTube.com. PEEPING TOM will open for THE WHO on seven East Coast dates in early September. PEEPING TOM's self-titled debut album was released on May 30 via the Ipecac label. The CD features Patton alongside a slew of collaborators, such as British trip-hop group MASSIVE ATTACK, rapper Kool Keith, human beatbox Rhazel and Grammy-winning singer Norah Jones.
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