Alan Moore and Mike Patton Team Up, Supervillains Tremble

Patton employs this special translator device, converting everything he says into mind-warping british mumbling for Moores benefit.

Patton employs this special translator device, converting everything he says into mind-warping british mumbling for Moore's benefit.

Over on at her blog, The Beat, Heidi Macdonald posted up a mini-mind blowing story about comic writing legend Alan Moore teaming up with Ex-Faith No More (and a ton of other side bands) Mike Patton on some new work of Moore’s. Here’s the jacked text:

Moore has already recorded the two-hour audio book for the deluxe package of the semi-autobiographical work, which is likely too appear in early 2010.

Excuse me maam, do you have any children I could eat?  No?  How about some fairies, you have to have some fairies.

Excuse me ma'am, do you have any children I could eat? No? How about some fairies, you have to have some fairies.

The score that accompanies the book is being worked on by Andrew Broder of alternative act Fog and spoken word artist Adam Drucker. Brown says musicians in the frame to provide key elements of the soundtrack include Mike Patton of Faith No More and Justin Broadrick, formerly of industrial metal band Godflesh.

Who knows what strange mystical madness Moore is doing, but historically speaking, it’ll be good and very strange by normal human standards.  And add in another mutant of Patton’s caliber and it could be very interesting.

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One Response to “Alan Moore and Mike Patton Team Up, Supervillains Tremble”

  1. Supervilliains *are* trembling.

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