On December 29th 1992 Faith No More released their cover of the 1977 Commodores song Easy. The song is to this day their most successful selling single however amongst fans it is possibly their most controversial. "It feels really good to have couple of thousand people flipping you off. Just to see the number of middle fingers go up when we went into 'Easy' was amazing." - Bill Gould | Billboard | 1993 Love it or hate it the song aided them in reaching their highest UK chart
The Faith No More Podcast have published their latest episode. Number 23 and number 2 in their Angel Dust Series - Caffeine. EPISODE SUMMARY Mike & Mr John discuss the second track from Faith No More's Angel Dust. EPISODE NOTES To many, it's the best track off their best album. Most certainly a fan favourite. Mike & Mr John mumble more than a jackhammer. It's almost sweet talk. Show topic starts at 1:02:13. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org facebook.com/podcastcroissant Insta
Faith No More have been effected by covid-19 - they have been forced to reschedule and reschedule again tour dates. We are looking forward to 2021 with hope but as the world faces each day with increasing fear of the devastating effects this virus will have on the music business we look at what Faith No More could release to distract their fans. 1. Album Number Eight As far as we know there are no plans to release a follow up to 2015's Sol Invictus. Roddy Bottum made it clea
What can we say in regards to 2020 except - what a fucking bullshit year! We have seen a few ups and plenty of downs. Here is our summary of Faith No More and related projects activity for the last twelve months. Our similar article to end 2019 was full of exciting news for the year ahead however due to this rotten pandemic many things didn't work out to plan - this included the first FNM world tour since 2015. Coronavirus has gripped the world causing hardship and tragedy.
Faith No More have been forced to reschedule their tour of Australia and New Zealand due to coronavirus for the second time. Both the band and Frontier thank fans for their understanding and patience regarding the latest news. Make no mistake: these arena shows will be epic and worth the wait! “Once again in this world of things being temporarily out of our control, we are having to postpone our AU/NZ dates. Postponed and not cancelled being the silver lining here and we’re g
Paul Devoux aka Gangxta Rid has died due to covid 19. In 1993 Faith No More collaborated with the Samoan rap outfit Boo Yaa T.R.I.B.E on the song Another Body Murdered, which was released as a single from the Judgment Night movie soundtrack. "We didn’t know the Boo-Yaa guys before we did the collaboration…in fact, we met at the studio. They were all great musicians in their own right, and what was surprising is that we clicked immediately on a musical level." - Bill Gould 201
In December 2010 Faith No More returned to their adopted home of Chile for two performances. On the 4th FNM played two songs at Teletón in Santiago. Mike Patton was greeted by Don Francisco, who asked him about their special relationship with Chile. "It 's a special, very important country for us," he replied goodbye to Kreutzberger with a "Thank you , Don Corleone." On the 5th FNM returned to Bicentenário de la Florida, supported by Primus, for what was promoted as the last
The Faith No More podcast begins a series of Angel Dust episodes. "Queasily inflamed, schizoid and shocking..." "Profoundly putrid and shocking..." Two phrases used by Faith No More to promote their ground-breaking album Angel Dust. To be fair you could also use these phrases to describe the Faith No More podcast Podcast Croissant. Mike Hayes from down under and our very own Jim Brown from the sunny North of England have been analysing the band’s catalogue over the last two y