Welsh metal band Dub War have released a video for their single Get Back Up featuring Mike Bordin on drums. The single is taken from Westgate Under Fire, the band’s first album of all new material in 26 years. The new record is released via Earache Records on August 5th.
Bill Gould has collaborated with German metal band Corvus Corax on their new album Era Metallum released today via Behßmokum Records. Check out the track Lá í mbeltaine featuring Bill on bass, Hansi Kürsch (Blind Guardian) on vocals, and Sonia Anubis (Cobra Spell) on guitar.
A series of interviews with Mike Bordin, Roddy and Bill, celebrating the anniversaries of Introduce Yourself, Album of the Year, and Angel Dust have been recorded with The Pit. Along with being one of the most memorable records of the ’90s, Faith No More‘s Angel Dust is a record that would go on to reshape the landscape of heavy metal. Released in June of 1992, the fourth studio album from the alternative metal act was quite a surprise. Along with featuring a new vocalist (be
EPISODE SUMMARY Mike & Jim discuss the remaining b-sides from the Angel Dust era. EPISODE NOTES Argh! We did it! That's everything from the Angel Dust era. In this episode - As The Worm Turns (Patton version), The World is Yours, A Small Victory (Youth Remix) & The Shuffle Song. Show topic begins at - 1:01:26
Faith No More's third studio album The Real Thing was released on June 20th 1989. The record may be revered over thirty years later by critics and fans, however initially it took over a year to achieve success. Slash Records learnt from previous errors with the release off Introduce Yourself and arranged a star studded launch party at the Roxy Theatre on Sunset Strip in Hollywood. Executives from the record company, MTV, members of Def Leppard, Guns 'n' Roses and Courtney Lov
Legendary Faith No More producer Matt Wallace has sat down with Gibson to dissect the production process of The Real Thing. Check this great feature below. Behind The Board: Faith No More The Real Thing with Matt Wallace Is the best music the kind that pushes boundaries and digs deep emotionally? Producer Matt Wallace believes this is the kind of music that’s worth making daily. Inspired by his early exposure to the military radio station, the Far East Network, and his discov
Thirty years ago, on June 13th 1992 Faith No More played Wembley Stadium in London, sharing the bill with Soundgarden and Guns N' Roses. Kerrang! | Issue 398 | Paul Henderson WHILE THE stage-front security battalion worked their nuts off hauling an endless stream of limp, semi-conscious bodies to safety over the barrier, passing water to a sea of desperate, outstretched hands and spraying it onto the crushed and dehydrating casualties out of reach, Soundgarden's intro tape ki
Faith No More's fourth album was released 30 years ago. The band have celebrated with fans on their social media sharing their views on the album four decades after it was released. "Angel Dust for us was a dive off a high cliff, with no idea what would meet us at the bottom. It was challenging, exhilarating, stressful and at times almost terrifying. It was a real and genuine period of growth for us on many levels, and the process reinforced a confidence towards our music tha
Faith No More’s fourth studio release Angel Dust was released three decades ago on June 8th 1992. Our fan page has put together a short documentary film in celebration of one of the greatest albums ever written. “I discovered FNM in 1990 with a cassette copy of The Real Thing. The album ignited a fire inside me and changed the way I heard music, The Real Thing was the beginning of a life long obsession. But it wasn’t until 1992 that I became fully immersed in FNM, Angel Dust
On June 2nd 1992 Faith No More took a break from touring with Guns N' Roses to perform an undercover gig at The Marquee in Hamburg Germany. The gig was unique and Faith No More played a truly once in a lifetime set list. They are coming! Photos and Words by Julietta Kühle Exactly 30 years ago, this exclamation with confirmation echoed through Hamburg’s landlines. It was the signal for hundreds of doubtful but excited people to rush to the red-light district around Reeperbahn
The Story of how Album Of The Year was recorded. Written with the help of the band, referencing interviews with the five members and those who were involved. Album of the Year, an end and a beginning. Faith No More toured their fifth album King For A Day for only seven months, no time at all compared to the two years plus they were on the road promoting The Real Thing. This tour was cut short so that the band could get back into the studio and work on their next record. "Usua