Faith No More Postpone Australian And New Zealand Dates Due to Covid-19

As the world's music industry faces an uncertain future due to the coronavirus Faith No More become the latest band forced to postpone shows Today FNM announced the news that many were expecting and have postponed dates in Australia and New Zealand during May. The dates have been rescheduled for February and March 2021. "The circumstances that have forced this decision are well beyond our control but not being able to play for you all stings like a motherfucker. We wanted to figure out how to address our upcoming tour down there in terms of rescheduling and postponements but basically… We fully intend to make good on our promise to come down and perform for you all. Hold on to your tickets,

King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime 25 - critical Review

Faith No More released their fifth studio album King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime Twenty five years ago in March 1995. Faith No More's album King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime did initially not find the same critical acclaim as it's predecessor when it was released in 1995. It received mixed reviews but has has since become revered by fans and critics alike. Here are a collection of reviews from major music publications all over the world. Kerrang! | February 1995 | KKKKK Keep The Faith! by Jason Arnopp Bay Area 'hangers produce their most eclectic album ever! Heaviosity reigns as the spectre of Big Jim is banished! FAITH NO More are a one-off. When guitarist Big Jim Martin left, we wonde

Mr. Bungle In The Studio Part 2

Mr. Bungle have re-recorded their 1985 demo Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny and Revolver Magazine have the exclusive Yesterday the band ceased speculation by announcing they had re-recorded their very first cassette demo - recently performed live. The current Mr. Bungle line up includes Scott Ian and Dave Lombardo. Revolver have the full story which you can read in two parts. Part 1 and now Part 2. In the second part Trey Spruance continues to talk about the genesis of the songs and what will be included on the upcoming release. "We re-recorded most of what's on the demo and then we recorded a bunch of the cover songs that we did at the live shows. We haven't decided what exactly is going o

Mr. Bungle Re-Recording 'Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny'

Members of Mr. Bungle have confirmed that they have re-recorded their 1985 demo with Scott Ian and Dave Lombardo We have been speculating for the last few weeks since the live Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny shows that Mr. Bungle were in fact in the studio recording the tracks for an updated release. Now the band have given Revolver the exclusive news that they're re-recording The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny, along with a selection of covers and three previously un-recorded songs. (It remains to be determined which tracks will actually make the final forthcoming new album.) Scott Ian says of the project, "Holy crap — the songs sound so great! Every day at the studio is like Christmas m

King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime 25 - Making Of The Album

Faith No More's fifth studio album was released twenty five years ago in March 1995. The Making Of King For a Day Fool For A Lifetime This is the story of how Faith No More's compelling and brilliant fifth album King For a Day Fool For A Lifetime was recorded. This article was written with the help of the band, referencing interviews with band members and those who were involved. To Create You Must First Destroy The friction between five diverse personalities that created the outstanding album Angel Dust was not going to facilitate a further Faith No More record. Touring during '92 and '93 had divided the band into two enemy camps - Mike Patton, Mike Bordin, Bill Gould and Roddy Bottum verse

Listen To 'Soliloquy' The New Song From Tetema

You can now hear the third taster from Mike Patton and Anthony Pateras' upcoming collaboration album Soliloquy follows the release of Wait Till Mornin' and the first single Haunted On The Uptake. The duo's second album, Necroscape, will be released via Ipecac on April 4th. [Pre-order] #mikepatton #tetema #anthonypateras

Listen To 'David Says' the New Track From Roddy Bottum And Hifiklub

In 2018 Roddy Bottum was in Toulon, France recording with French instrumental group Hifiklub we can now hear the first song from these sessions, David Says. "Hifklub and Roddy Bottum met by chance in New York while the Toulon variable geometry quartet were working on In Doubt, Shadow Him!, their album and film with Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth). A few months later, a first musical rapprochement took shape with a project celebrating the American poetess Emily Dickinson. This initial collaboration quickly pushed the two parties to extend their discussions in the dynamics of a long format. True to its most impulsive creative approach, a handful of repetitions is useful to Hifiklub for composing the

Listen to Zeus! Featuring Mike Patton ‘Human Fly’

Watch the new video for Zeus! featuring Mike Patton‘s cover of The Cramps classic Human Fly directed by Displaced / Replaced This song is the first to be released from the upcoming one hundredth Three One G release, a tribute album to The Cramps titled Really Bad Music For Really Bad People: The Cramps as Heard Through the Meat Grinder of Three One G. Three One G’s one hundredth release will be another tribute, this time to an iconic band known for its raunchy and pure punk spirit, all while looking effortlessly cool: The Cramps. For the label’s third comp, the lineup of musicians enlisted to take part is even more diverse, including the likes of Chelsea Wolfe, Daughters, Mike Patton, and M

Faith No More - The Forum London, March 13th 1995

Twenty five years ago Faith No More were on tour promoting King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime in the UK FAITH NO MORE Interview at The Forum, London. March 13th, 1995. By Martin Bate Faith No More are back from the wilderness. It's been nearly three years since their massively successful (in the non-American world) Angel Dust album. During this period they toured for a ridiculously long time, fired their long-time guitarist Jim Martin, searched long and hard for a replacement, finally found one in Mr. Bungle guitarist Trey Spruance, recorded an album, parted company with Spruance almost as soon as it was finished and asked keyboard tech Dean Menta to join half an hour later. FNM always seem

Chuck Mosley Live Release For Record Store Day 2020

On April 18th Bloc Global will release First Hellos and Last Goodbyes, a collection of Chuck Mosley live performances The guys at Bloc Global and author of Reintroducing Chuck Mosley : Life On and Off The Road, Doug Esper, are doing their very best to keep Chuck’s memory alive. For Record Store Day 2019 Bloc Global released The Joe Haze Sessions which included Chuck's studio covers of Take This Bottle (Faith No More) and Nothing Compares To You (Prince). Doug toured with Chuck during 2016 and 2017 on what would sadly be his last live appearances before his untimely passing. The tour took Chuck and his band mates throughout the U.S and UK with stops in other European countries. First Hellos

Faith No More - Kerrang! Issue 535, March 3rd 1995

Every band goes through a crisis. Someone leaves, someone f**ks up, someone dies. Something happens to make the rest of the band wonder if it's worth carrying on. Faith No More thought about splitting up in 1993. Royal Flush by Mike Peake They'd just finished a rock-till-ya-drop, not entirely pleasant world tour supporting their 'Angel Dust' LP. Four of the band were,to put bluntly, pig sick of the fifth man - Jim Martin - and keyboard player Roddy Bottum was going through his own private hell with a bunch of personal problems. So, band front man Mike Patton, bassist Bill Gould and drummer Mike 'Puffy' Bordin talked about calling it a day. Those words - 'splitting' - were actually mentioned.

Could 2020 Be Mike Patton’s Busiest Year Yet?

It’s no secret that Mike Patton likes to stay active, but with countless projects on the go could this year be the most Patton-tastic ever? In late 2019 Patton’s manager and partner in crime at Ipecac, Greg Werckman, told us the man of a thousand voices "had never been busier". So far this statement is proving to be accurate. Just yesterday Michael Crain, guitarist for Dead Cross, shared two pictures on social media of himself and Patton with the caption “Like two kids in a candy store listening to the new Dead Cross rough mixes.” From recent posts by Scott Ian, and Mr. Bungle, all evidence suggests that the present line-up are indeed re-recording their 1985 demo Raging Wrath Of The Easter

Faith No More - The Pyramid Centre portsmouth, March 2nd 1995

Faith No More officially began their tour of King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime in the UK twenty five years ago RAW Magazine | Issue 171 | March 1995 Childish by Neil Jeffries WEIRD. REALLY. Weirder than usual, even. A lighting stand that falls over. A keyboard gremlin. A guitar gremlin. But weirdest of all, a singer seemingly hell bent on self-destruction. And no, I'm not talking about his periodic bouts of shadow-wrestling when he throws himself to the stage ... I refer instead to his point-blank and increasingly irritating refusal to sing properly. Based on the evidence of Faith No More's sublime new album, King For A Day... Fool For A Lifetime, I'd expected the band to have reached a n

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