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3 definitions by Fantom

 
1.
1. Forming in 1998, this band is the brainchild of modern compositional experimentalist, Mike Patton. Other members include Dave Lombardo (Slayer), Buzz Osborne (Melvins), and Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle). The first band to release an album on Patton's independent record label, Ipecac Records. Helping to redefine post-modern metal, this band has released four albums to date. Their albums include Fantomas (1999), The Director's Cut (2001), Delirium Cordia (2004), and Suspended Animation (2005). None of which are exactly alike. Ranging in themes from comic book suspense, movie score covers, surgical horror, and cartoon cut & paste mayhem. Arguably one of the most challenging and talented group of musicians in the new millenium. The music can only be described as unique. Definitely not for the faint of heart. Rapid start-stop tempos mixed with vast expanses of heavy soundscapes and precise execution of complex time changes. Live performances prove to the music fan why this band is not to be taken lightly. With Patton directing traffic, you can see that this band is capable of anything. Truly one of the most ground-breaking bands of the avant garde modern era.

2. The main character in a long series of pre-WWI French thriller novels. An anti-hero. A villain.
When I listened to Fantomas last night, they rocked my socks off.
by Fantom January 19, 2006
 
2.
The act of smearing an eye patch on one's occular orbit with fecal matter using the head of your penis after performing anal sex.
Jack grew tired of giving Jill a Dirty Sanchez every night,
so he thought he might add some variety by giving her a
Stinky Pirate instead.
by Fantom January 18, 2006
 
3.
Formed in 2001, this band is the brainchild of guitarist Duane Denison (Jesus Lizard). Mike Patton (Fantomas, Faith No More, Mr. Bungle) was appointed as frontman. The band also includes Kevin Rutmanis (Melvins) and John Stanier (Helmet). Signed to Patton's record label, Ipecac records, the band has released two albums to date. Albums include Tomahawk (2001) and Mit Gas (2003). The focal direction of the music is aggressive rock. Mixing heavy slide guitar with strong beats over catchy bass lines and a variety of different singing styles. Ranging from soft and melodic to
fast and edgy, this band is more accessible to the modern listener than some of Patton's other endeavors. Live performances prove that these musicians are veterans of their craft. Easier to listen to, but not to be taken lightly. Definitely a welcome addition to Patton's resume.
Tomahawk is a great band, despite what some might say.

by Fantom January 20, 2006