Mike Patton to Star in ‘The Darkness II’ Video Game, New Tomahawk Album in Works

by | Jul 25, 2011

Faith No More frontman Mike Patton has a starring role in the upcoming video game, The Darkness II, in which he voices the character of the Darkness.

“They wanted some kind of otherworldly voice, basically screaming and narration, and I thought, ‘that’s kind of in my wheelhouse,'” Patton told Rolling Stone.

The game is due out on February 7th, 2012.

In related news, Patton has revealed that Tomahawk is at work on a new album.

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