Dave Lombardo, Justin Pearson, Mike Crain and Mike Patton aka Dead Cross return with new music. It is no secret that the band had recorded a new album we were simply awaiting a release date. It has now been confirmed that II will be released digitally via Ipecac on October 14th. “Words can’t even begin to describe how much this album means to me. It’s birthed of pain and uncertainty,” explains guitarist Mike Crain. “The slow, excruciatingly painful, and nauseating recovery fr
Mr. Bungle's third studio album California was released twenty three years ago on July 13th 1999. In the year Mike Patton's music took many creative twists and the man of 1000 voices began a journey with Ipecac Recordings, he was part of the third album by Mr. Bungle. This album is arguably Mr. Bungle's greatest, California is certainly one of the singer's most genius works. It is layered with a multitude of genre and styles, perfect instrumentation and loaded with enough int
The totally bodacious soundtrack to accompany the second movie in the Bill & Ted series was released thirty one years ago on July 9th 1991. In the summer of 1989 a sci-fi comedy film starring Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves captured the imagination and hearts of the American youth hair metal generation. During that same summer a groundbreaking album by Faith No More inspired a new crowd of music fans and changed the metal scene forever. Two years later and both the movie and the
On this day in 2012 Faith No More returned to the UK for two dates to replace their headlining spot at the cancelled Sonisphere Festival. The first of these dates was at Hammersmith Apollo in London. Highlights included a fantastic set list which featured a large selection of songs from the We Care A Lot album, the cover of Tom Jones' song Delilah and a cameo appearance from actor Danny DeVito. . KERRANG! | Issue 1424 | 18.07.2012 | David Mclaughlin White - white everywhere.
Bill Gould and Matt Wallace are guests on the latest episode of Jason Rockman's Power Hour show. The three talk for an hour about 30 years of Angel Dust, the success of The Real Thing, Chuck Mosley and Introduce Yourself, plus Sol Invictus. Awesome conversation listen below.
Faith No More’s keyboardist and all round multi talented artist Roddy Bottum is 59 today. We are celebrating with an alphabetical journey through some of his greatest projects and most fun moments. A IS FOR ADVOCATE The article Heavy Metal Homo was published in June 1993. For Roddy it wasn’t ‘coming out’ as he had never hidden his sexuality, but his interview with US journalist Lance Loud made him a role model for gay fans and set a precedent for other musicians within the me