The second Faith No More record and the final to feature Chuck Mosley on vocals was released thirty three years ago on April 23rd 1987. "....A colossal, oppressive and obsessively violent rock noise. That's intimidating and disturbing in the extreme..." - Melody Maker "A tremendous piece of work, unpredictable, explosive and unclassible." - The Real Story
Voted as one of Sounds Magazine's most important albums of the year in 1987 and considered an inspiring masterpiece by m
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 hi
On February 4th 1991 Faith No More released the live recording of their 1990 show at Brixton Academy on audio formats Their are a several dates on which to celebrate this show, February 4th 1991 (audio), April 28th 1990 (the date of the actual perfomance) and August 1st 1990 (the release date of the VHS). The audio release featured The Cowboy Song and The Grade, two out takes from The Real Thing, previously only available on the B-side of From Out Of Nowhere 12".
Steffan Chirazi interviews Jim Martin for the first ever FNM feature in Kerrang! Magazine California crap-busters FAITH NO MORE, currently on a UK club tour, are one of the most exciting, fresh and inspiring outfits to hit these shores in a long time. So sez Steffan Chirazi, in a bitter-sweet conversation with band guitarist 'Big' Jim Martin...... Gotta Have Faith | Kerrang Magazine | January 30th 1988 | Issue 172 California crap-busters FAITH NO MORE, currently on a UK club
Faith No More's smash single from 'The Real Thing' was released on January 29th 1990 "Mean, Vicious, chunky and Funky, Faith No More continue to break barriers with their brain-scrambling amalgamation of seemingly counteracting styles. Rap with Metal? No problem mate. Funk with Hardcore overtones? Faith No More have it in hand. Hell, there's even a classical piano break at the end! FNM are the band to take Hard Rock into the '90s." - RIP Magazine 1990 Faith No More have over